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Ministry of Education calls on Ethiopian Diaspora to help rebuild schools destroyed by TPLF

More than 800 schools were damaged in Afar alone by the TPLF [Picture: Ministry of Education]

ADDIS ABABA, JANUARY 03, 2022 - The Ministry of Education called on the Ethiopian Diaspora community today to help it rebuild the schools ransacked by the Tigray People's Liberation Front (TPLF) terrorists in Amhara and Afar.

"A country cannot stand without its educational institutions. Education is the basis for everything. We need a generation that will responsibly take over the affairs of this country tomorrow. We build this generation today. But the educational institutions that are responsible in building this generation are heavily damaged", read the statement from the Ministry of Education released this afternoon.

Due to the TPLF terrorist invasion of Amhara and Afar, 703 schools were completely destroyed, 3,887 schools incurred partial damage and 1.9 million students are forced to be out of school.

The Ministry said its staff are working to make these schools even better than the last ones. 

"Just as you [Diaspora community] have contributed enormously in resisting the foreign pressure imposed on your motherland, we hope you will also make the same contribution in the education sector", said the Ministry of Education.

The Ministry requested the assistance of the Ethiopian Diaspora community specifically in rebuilding classrooms, supplying teaching materials and supplying laboratory equipment.

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