Engineer Tall Uma visited the National Association of Ethiopia with intellectual disabilities

Addis Ababa, October 30, 2012 (FBC) Deputy Mayor of the City of Addis Ababa, Engineer Takale Uma, visited the National Association of the Mind with Disabilities.

The center has been set up by parents and has worked for the last 25 years to support equal parts of the community with intellectual disabilities.

According to information obtained by the Mayor’s Office today, Abdula Gemeda, founder of the Deborah Foundation, has provided two vehicles and financial support to the Ethiopian Association for Developmental Disabilities.

In addition, EG Tall Uma said that the site was given to the association at the request of the association as a learning and training center for persons with intellectual disabilities.

When such challenges arise, a large heart and shoulders are needed, Engineer added.
Addis Ababa, October 30, 2012 (FBC) Deputy Mayor of the City of Addis Ababa, Engineer Takale Uma, visited the National Association of the Mind with Disabilities.

The center has been set up by parents and has worked for the last 25 years to support equal parts of the community with intellectual disabilities.

According to information obtained by the Mayor’s Office today, Abdula Gemeda, founder of the Deborah Foundation, has provided two vehicles and financial support to the Ethiopian Association for Developmental Disabilities.

In addition, EG Tall Uma said that the site was given to the association at the request of the association as a learning and training center for persons with intellectual disabilities.

When such challenges arise, a large heart and shoulders are needed, Engineer added.
Addis Ababa, October 30, 2012 (FBC) Deputy Mayor of the City of Addis Ababa, Engineer Takale Uma, visited the National Association of the Mind with Disabilities.

The center has been set up by parents and has worked for the last 25 years to support equal parts of the community with intellectual disabilities.

According to information obtained by the Mayor’s Office today, Abdula Gemeda, founder of the Deborah Foundation, has provided two vehicles and financial support to the Ethiopian Association for Developmental Disabilities.

In addition, EG Tall Uma said that the site was given to the association at the request of the association as a learning and training center for persons with intellectual disabilities.

When such challenges arise, a large heart and shoulders are needed, Engineer added.
Addis Ababa, October 30, 2012 (FBC) Deputy Mayor of the City of Addis Ababa, Engineer Takale Uma, visited the National Association of the Mind with Disabilities.

The center has been set up by parents and has worked for the last 25 years to support equal parts of the community with intellectual disabilities.

According to information obtained by the Mayor’s Office today, Abdula Gemeda, founder of the Deborah Foundation, has provided two vehicles and financial support to the Ethiopian Association for Developmental Disabilities.

In addition, EG Tall Uma said that the site was given to the association at the request of the association as a learning and training center for persons with intellectual disabilities.

When such challenges arise, a large heart and shoulders are needed, Engineer added.
Addis Ababa, October 30, 2012 (FBC) Deputy Mayor of the City of Addis Ababa, Engineer Takale Uma, visited the National Association of the Mind with Disabilities.

The center has been set up by parents and has worked for the last 25 years to support equal parts of the community with intellectual disabilities.

According to information obtained by the Mayor’s Office today, Abdula Gemeda, founder of the Deborah Foundation, has provided two vehicles and financial support to the Ethiopian Association for Developmental Disabilities.

In addition, EG Tall Uma said that the site was given to the association at the request of the association as a learning and training center for persons with intellectual disabilities.

When such challenges arise, a large heart and shoulders are needed, Engineer added.
Addis Ababa, October 30, 2012 (FBC) Deputy Mayor of the City of Addis Ababa, Engineer Takale Uma, visited the National Association of the Mind with Disabilities.

The center has been set up by parents and has worked for the last 25 years to support equal parts of the community with intellectual disabilities.

According to information obtained by the Mayor’s Office today, Abdula Gemeda, founder of the Deborah Foundation, has provided two vehicles and financial support to the Ethiopian Association for Developmental Disabilities.

In addition, EG Tall Uma said that the site was given to the association at the request of the association as a learning and training center for persons with intellectual disabilities.

When such challenges arise, a large heart and shoulders are needed, Engineer added.
Addis Ababa, October 30, 2012 (FBC) Deputy Mayor of the City of Addis Ababa, Engineer Takale Uma, visited the National Association of the Mind with Disabilities.

The center has been set up by parents and has worked for the last 25 years to support equal parts of the community with intellectual disabilities.

According to information obtained by the Mayor’s Office today, Abdula Gemeda, founder of the Deborah Foundation, has provided two vehicles and financial support to the Ethiopian Association for Developmental Disabilities.

In addition, EG Tall Uma said that the site was given to the association at the request of the association as a learning and training center for persons with intellectual disabilities.

When such challenges arise, a large heart and shoulders are needed, Engineer added.
Addis Ababa, October 30, 2012 (FBC) Deputy Mayor of the City of Addis Ababa, Engineer Takale Uma, visited the National Association of the Mind with Disabilities.

The center has been set up by parents and has worked for the last 25 years to support equal parts of the community with intellectual disabilities.

According to information obtained by the Mayor’s Office today, Abdula Gemeda, founder of the Deborah Foundation, has provided two vehicles and financial support to the Ethiopian Association for Developmental Disabilities.

In addition, EG Tall Uma said that the site was given to the association at the request of the association as a learning and training center for persons with intellectual disabilities.

When such challenges arise, a large heart and shoulders are needed, Engineer added.

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