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1. Linda Therese_ New Life Community

2. Praksis i Ethiopia

 

 

GOOD NEWS ABOUT NEW LIFE COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION TVET CENTER

It is with great honor that we announce the graduation of 138 TVET trainees of New Life Community Organization on June 22, 2012 in the presence of guest of honor from Akaki Kality Sub-city Technical & Vocational Education & Training (TVET) Office, invited guests and most importantly the graduates themselves.

6 of the graduates were equipped with basic computer skill training while 132 of the graduates were trained on Hair Dressing & Beautification skills. Most of the trainees graduate are female.

The trainee graduates have been equipped with the basic skills of two major training programs that are accredited by the government TVET Agency of City Government of Addis Ababa. These are Basic computer, and Hair Dressing & Beautification training programs. Let us see in bird’s eye view the graduation ceremony conducted at the graduation site.

Trainee graduates gathered at graduation hall with relaxed atmosphere

Several relatives of the graduates have attended the graduation ceremony. They are seen at the back of the graduates.

Graduates sharing their happiness after the graduation celebration

Congratulations remark made by Mr.Amanu Bishu

Mr.Amanu Bishu is highly appreciated TVET  Quality Control  Personnel stationed at Akaki kality TVET Office.He is addressing the graduates by giving emphasis on entrepreneurship and getting employment opportunities.He has been also participated in the provision of entrepreneurship and financial management training to our trainee graduates at Akaki Kality campus in late May 2012.

 


 

GOOD NEWS ABOUT THE PERFORMANCES OF GRADE 8 STUDENTS OF NLCO IN ADDIS ABABA, ETHIOPIA

W e are very pleased to announce that our Grade 8 students that have been striving to pass Primary School Leaving  Examination prepared by Addis Ababa City Administration Education Bureau have successfully completed their primary education in 2011.Now they became secondary school students.

NLCO has been offering primary education in Gulele and Akaki kality sub-cities of Addis Ababa since 1994.The overall performances of Grade 8 students in these New Life Community Primary Schools is summarized as follows.

THE PERFORMANCES OF GRADE 8 STUDENTS
AT GULELE PRIMARY SCHOOL

ACADAMIC

YEAR

NO.,OF CANDIATES PASS FAIL
MALE FEMALE TOTAL MALE FEMALE TOTAL MALE FEMALE TOATL
2005 15 22 37 14 20 34 1 2 3
2006 15 22 37 11 13 24 4 9 13
2007 13 34 47 13 34 47 - - -
2008 31 35 66 29 33 62 2 2 4
2009 26 41 67 25 38 63 1 3 4
2010 36 63 99 31 50 81 5 13 18
2011 13 22 35 12 19 31 1 3 4
TOTAL 149 239 388 135 207 342 14 32 46

THERE IS A GREAT IMPROVEMENT MADE IN 2011

THE PERFORMANCES OF GRADE 8 STUDENTS
AT AKAKI KALITY PRIMARY SCHOOL

ACADEMIC

YEAR

 

NO. OF CANDIDATESS PASS FAIL
MALE FEMALE TOTAL MALE FEMALE TOTAL MALE FEMALE TOTAL
2009 13 9 22 13 9 22 - - -
2010 14 12 26 14 11 25 - 1 1
2011 16 10 26 16 10 26 - - -
TOTAL 43 31 74 43 30 73 - 1 1

If we consider only the performances of Grade 8 students at Akaki kality in 2011, we have made the following observation.

  • 7 students scored 90%-100%
  • 8 students scored 80%-89% and
  • 6 students scored 70%-79%.


This is really an astonishing performance that encourages New Life Community Organization and its partners to continue with delivering quality education for the students enrolled and to be enrolled.

1- Media coverages;  Print and Online coverages

www.ethiopianreporter.com/indeednewlife
www.ethiopianreporter.com/genet leulseged

2- Media coverages;  audiovisual materials
TV program on New Life at ETV2 Channel

NLCO TEAM WON MATCH

The female basketball team of New Life Community Organaization (NLCO) won its counterpart by 40-35 points on the match held on May 15, 2011 at the stadium known as "small stadium". The coach reported that our team has made strenuous effort to win the BGI team a seniors team which represents the famous bear factory in Addis Ababa.

The New Life Community Organization team, which was established 6 years ago, comprises 12 girls and 1 coach. As the members of the team are amateur players some of them are perusing their higher education while the others are engaged in their vocational trainings.