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Selam Seret school

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Selam Seret school
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Location
Selam Seret school is located in Ethiopia
Selam Seret school
Selam Seret school
Awulo

Mika'el Abiy municipality
,
Tigray

Ethiopia
Coordinates13°35′47″N 39°11′28″E / 13.5963°N 39.1911°E / 13.5963; 39.1911Coordinates: 13°35′47″N 39°11′28″E / 13.5963°N 39.1911°E / 13.5963; 39.1911
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Information
TypePublic School
School districtDogu’a Tembien
Staff5 teachers
Grades0–4th
GenderCo-Educational
Number of students140
LanguageTigrinya
Data pertaining to2019[1]

Selam Seret School is a public school for pre-schooling and grades 1 through 4 in Awulo, Mika'el Abiy tabia (municipality), Dogu’a Tembien, Tigray, Ethiopia.[2]

Description[edit]

The Selam Seret School has 4 classrooms in a stone building and 2 in a wooden building. As of 2019, the school had 140 students, 87 girls and 53 boys.[1] There were:

  • 26 students in one class in Grade 0
  • 29 students in one class in Grade 1
  • 30 students in one class in Grade 2
  • 23 students in one class in Grade 3
  • 32 students in one class in Grade 4

Water and sanitation[edit]

In 2018, no water was available at the school, though there was a nearby dysfunctional hand-dug well with handpump,[2] but by 2019 it had been repaired.[1] In 2018, there were no specific facilities for girls handling menstrual hygiene;[2] this is a major reason for adolescent girls dropping out from school.[3][4] Up to 2018, there was no toilet building.[2] There is also a students' health club, the students motivate other students to clean the environment and are supervising if it happens well.[1]

In 2019, the School WatSani project has built an Ecosan toilet building at this school.[5][6] Through nudging approach, the students are sensitised for using the sanitation and water facilities.[5]

Transportation[edit]

All children travel to school on foot. Many students will walk more than an hour, twice a day, to come to school.[2]

See also[edit]


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Other articles of the topic Africa : African Stand, Adu Memorial Junior High School, Mitslal Afras school, Tunisian-Sicilian War, Colegio Español (Bata), Berber separatism in North Africa, Sesemat school

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  • Education in Ethiopia
  • List of schools by country
  • List of universities and colleges in Ethiopia

References[edit]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Jeroen Berloo, 2019. Updated to baseline study about water and sanitation in eight selected schools by the project ‘School – Watsani’ in the Woreda Dogu’a Tembien. HOWest, Bruges, Belgium.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 Goele Treuttens and Linde Van Der Vurst, 2018. Baseline study about water and sanitation in ten selected schools by the project ‘School – Watsani’ and in the community around the schools in ten different villages in the Woreda Dogu’a Tembien. HOWest, Bruges, Belgium.
  3. Socio-demographic profile, food insecurity and food-aid based response. In: Geo-trekking in Ethiopia's Tropical Mountains - The Dogu'a Tembien District. SpringerNature. 2019. ISBN 978-3-030-04954-6. Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png
  4. What do we hear from the farmers in Dogu'a Tembien? [in Tigrinya]. Hagere Selam, Ethiopia. 2016. p. 100. Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png
  5. 5.0 5.1 Griet Verrewaere, 2019. Report of latrine use and behaviour amongst students - The nudging approach at School-Watsani. HOWest, Bruges, Belgium.
  6. Reubens, B. and colleagues (2019). Research-Based Development Projects in Dogu'a Tembien. In: Geo-trekking in Ethiopia's Tropical Mountains — The Dogu'a Tembien District. SpringerNature. doi:10.1007/978-3-030-04955-3_30. ISBN 978-3-030-04954-6. Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png

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