Emebet Tenaw joined our Team in Addis Ababa in March 2018 as a trainer assistant. What makes this special is that Emebet actually is a PROJECT-E graduate! As not much time has passed since she went to school herself, Emebet surely got all the empathy needed for her job. We are glad to have her on board (again)! Please, check out her answers to our Team Thursday questions below.
This week’s Team Thursday introduces Tingert to you, who takes good care of our facility in Addis, assists in the kitchen and lends an ear to the students anytime.
This Thursday, you have the opportunity to meet Alemitu Negash who is responsible for the delicious daily lunch and more! 1. What’s your background? I’ve worked at countless jobs, but my last occupation before I came to PROJECT-E was at Selam Vocational Center. 2. What’s your involvement with PROJECT –E? I am a house mother […]
Team Thursday is still on! And today, we have the chance to hear more about Betelhem who works for Team Addis as a social worker. 1. What is your background? I hold a BA in psychology and a MA in clinical psychology. However, my work experience is related to the social work area. Before joining […]
This week, we are starting to introduce you staff members from the Institute in Addis. For the first interview from #TeamAddis, Alemayehu is answering our questions. 1. What is your background? I have got a background in teaching and hold a Bachelor of Education (BED) Degree in English Education. 2. What is your involvement with […]
Christmas known as Genna in Ethiopia is a celebration rich with culture and rituals making it a beloved holyday amongst all Ethiopian Christians and tribes. Being the oldest nation in Africa Ethiopia continues to use the old Julian calendar especially the Orthodox Church thus Genna falling on January 7th each year.
This autumn, a class of twenty new students started their studies at the PROJECT-E Hospitality Institute in Addis Abeba. For two years, they will work towards their goal to receive their degree. A lot has changed for the students in the recent weeks, as they were leaving home and moved to the student accomodation of PROJECT-E. We wish all of our students, who have just started, a very warm welcome and all the strength, success, luck and fun they will be needing in the coming semesters! One of the new first years students, Misrak Hailu, sat down with us to talk about school and life.
It is time for our Team Thursday Series again! This time, we introduce to you Moritz Kolbe, who is part of PROJECT-E’s Management Board.
In this week’s part of the Team Thursday Series, we introduce to you Maximilian Oberrauner of PROJECT-E’s Fundraising Department.
According to the UN, Ethiopia has some of the lowest gender equality performance indicators in sub-Saharan Africa (UN Women 2013). Ethiopian women’s rights are being violated in almost every sphere of their lives. This was recently confirmed in a survey conducted in 2016, at the time of which only 1 in 3 of the women […]