Addis Ababa University (AAU) announced a plan to establish technology business incubation (TBI) center at a cost of over a million birr. This was publicized in a workshop the University organized on January 16, at the University’s Eshetu Chole Building.

At the moment, 10 projects designed by students and faculty members have been identified for incubation from a total of 49 proposals solicited. The University has given each project 16-20 sqm floor area at the former campus of the School of Pharmacy at Amist Kilo. It has also set an average budget of 800,000 birr for each.

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  • Acquires a New Campus in Fitche Town

Addis Ababa University (AAU) expands its horizon to Agriculture by opening departments of Animal Science, and Plant and Horticulture Science at a new campus named Selale Campus in Fitche Town, North Shewa Zone, Oromia National Regional State. The College of Veterinary Medicine and Agriculture will host the departments. The newly formed college came about following a recent restructuring of academic units in the University. The College comprises the former School of Veterinary Medicine, located in Bishoftu (Debre Zeit) which was then under the College of Health Sciences.

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Ethiopia’s Major Tax Revenue Sources in 2011/12

Ethiopia’s Major Tax Revenue Sources in 2011/12
Source:ERCA
Illustration by EBR

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