We are pleased to announce that Semachew Ayele has successfully completed his MSc in Urban Water and Sanitation from the IHE Delft Institute for Water Education in the Netherlands. Everyone at the NDCC is very proud of what Semachew has acheived. Sue Turbett’s video reflects on Semachew’s journey from life on the street to a masters in water engineering.
NDCC News April 2020 In March Nicci Golland kindly volunteered at the Centre and stayed for 10 days. She had hoped to stay for longer but unfortunately her visit was cut short due to travel restrictions caused by Covid-19 and she needed to return to the UK before Addis Ababa airport closed. In the time that she was there she made a huge impact and the staff and students were extremely grateful. Nicci started a… Read More »Update April 2020
In 2019 five NDCC students successfully graduated from university. We wish each of them every success in the future. Gashaw Mechanical Engineering, Esthete Water Engineering, Shemelash Electrical Engineering, Abel Civil Engineering, Efrem Pharmacy Special thanks to the ASEJE (Association Pour L` Education Des Jeunes Et Des Enfants) for their generous donation towards graduation costs. A Huge Thank You! Thanks to everyone who made donations this year. The library has been filled with new books, students… Read More »Update January 2020
We are very proud of our New Day Children’s Centre students who have graduated from university this year: Gashaw – Mechanical Engineering – Debar Tabor University Esthete – Water Engineering – Awasa University Shemelash – Electrical Engineering – Woldya University Abel – Civil Engineer – Debar Tabor University Efrem – Pharmacy – Gonder University It has been a pleasure to have them as students at the Centre and we wish them every success in the… Read More »Graduation 2019
13 Years ago a group of students and teachers from Ryton Comprehensive School travelled to Ethiopia and during their visit they founded the New Day Children’s Centre. 13 years on the Centre continues to support disadvantaged young people in Bahir Dar. Happy Birthday NDCC and thanks to everyone for your continued support. Below is a link to video of the Ryton2Ethiopia 2006 trip.
In October the NDCC had a number of visitors. Steph and Rod Howarth flew out to Bahir Dar to meet up with and their son Ali and his wife Haneen who were travelling through Ethiopia on Defender Dora. During the visit they built a new table in the garden for students to study a, bought new books for the library and set up English language software enabling students to learn English on the Centre laptops.… Read More »NDCC October 2018
Over the summer students have spent time repainting the NDCC Centre sign.
The students received t-shirts and textbooks donated by the local community.
Latest news from the New Day Children’s Centre. To read the latest newsletter click here. Celebrating with popcorn at the NDCC