Injibara University signs tripartite memorandum of understanding with Amhara Regional Health Bureau, and Injibara General Hospital.
Injibara University President Gardachew Worku (Dr) said the tripartite agreement reached today is historic and that the university has opened a health science college in 2014. It has signed an agreement with Injibara General Hospital and the Amhara Regional Health Bureau to provide practical training for this subject. He added that the agreement will help for the opening of medicine and other new health education departments in 2015.
Habtamu Mihret, General Manager of Injibara General Hospital, on his part, recalled that the hospital has been receiving various support from the university in the past, adding that today’s agreement is based on legal documents.
Representing the Amhara Regional Health Bureau, Dagnachew Dare, Director of the Human Resource Development Administration Directorate of the Health Bureau, said that they must meet various inputs to provide quality health services. He stated that one of the inputs is an educational Human power, adding that today’s tripartite agreement is intended to fill this gap.
March 8, 2022, Injibara University
Field Visit Was Held in the Process of Improving the Community-Based Sheep Breed Improvement.
Injibara University, in collaboration with ICARDA (International Rainforest Agricultural Research Institute), is undertaking various activities to benefit farmers by developing the Dangle (Washera) sheep breed improvement, which is one the most productive resources in Awi Zone.
Previously, with the support of ICARDA, 74 rams were bought for two rounds and distributed them to the farmers. In addition this, medical and material support were also provided. Generally the project benefited 615 farmer households.
Field visit was conducted to evaluate the project in the presence of Dr. Aemero Tadesse, Vice President of Academic Affairs of the University, Prof. Berhanu Belay, former President of Injibara University and the current advisor of ICARDA, and Dr. Tesfaye Getachew, Small Ruminant CBBP Project Coordinator and other leadership of the university.
ICARDA has also assured that it will continue to provide additional laboratory inputs to improve the quality of the sheep breeds with artificial insemination in the future.
Dr. Aemero said that Injibara University expects that Veterinary students will get practical training from this project beyond the community service.
March 28, 2022, Injibara University
Injibara University celebrated its secondround colorful graduation ceremony on July 24, 2021.
It is remembered that the university has celebrated its first round graduation ceremony on January 25, 2021 with 957 undergraduate students in four colleges in the presence of the federal and state dignitaries.
In the second round graduation, 633 male and 426 female students have graduated in 24 departments under the five colleges in regular program. Fifteen teachers of the university have also graduated in the Higher Diploma Program. Therefore, 1,074 total students have graduated as their status is approved by the University Senate.
Dr. Dilamo Othore, chairman of the University Board and Dr. Gardachew Worku (Associate Prof.), president of the University, thanked all the stakeholders in the success of the university. They have also indicated the future strategic issues of the university and wished all the best to the graduates and their families.