Bole Gets New Public Facilities

June 1 , 2019


The deputy mayor of Addis Abeba, Takele Uma, inaugurated projects built in Bole district for 300 million Br in a joint finance venture with residents and the City Administration. The projects include 10 health centres, 98 commercial sheds, nine primary and secondary schools, six sports fields and 13 vital event centres. The City Administration will provide educational materials for more than 600,000 students for the upcoming academic year, according to the deputy mayor. Two years ago, 169,917 children were enrolled in kindergartens in Addis Abeba, while 515,000 students were attending primary school, according to a report from the Ministry of Education.


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