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Sesemat school
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Sesemat new school building.jpg
Location
Sesemat school is located in Ethiopia
Sesemat school
Sesemat school
Sesemat

Addi Azmera municipality
,
Tigray

Ethiopia
Coordinates13°37′09″N 39°20′41″E / 13.6192°N 39.3447°E / 13.6192; 39.3447Coordinates: 13°37′09″N 39°20′41″E / 13.6192°N 39.3447°E / 13.6192; 39.3447
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Information
TypePublic School
School districtDogu’a Tembien
Staff11 teachers
Grades0–8th
GenderCo-Educational
Number of students357
LanguageTigrinya, English
Data pertaining to2018[1]

Sesemat School is a public school for grades 0 (preparatory) through 8 in Sesemat, Addi Azmera, Dogu’a Tembien, Tigray, Ethiopia.[1]

Description[edit]

The Sesemat School has 9 roofed class rooms.

Sesemat old school building

As of 2018, the school had 357 students, 182 girls and 175 boys.[1] There were:

  • 35 students in one class in Grade 0
  • 48 students in one class in Grade 1
  • 34 students in one class in Grade 2
  • 32 students in one class in Grade 3
  • 64 students in two classes in Grade 4
  • 39 students in one class in Grade 5
  • 38 students in one class in Grade 6
  • 36 students in one class in Grade 7
  • 31 students in one class in Grade 8

Water and sanitation[edit]

In 2018, water was available near the school. There was a hand-dug well with handpump, and spring water at 25 minutes walking. There were no specific facilities for girls handling menstrual hygiene;[1] this is a major reason for adolescent girls dropping out from school.[2][3] Up to 2018, there was no toilet building, students and teachers needed to go to the open area.[1]

Sesemat ecosan toilet

In 2019, the School WatSani project has built an Ecosan toilet building at this school.[4][5] Through nudging approach, the students are sensitised for using the sanitation and water facilities.[4]

Roofwater harvesting through School WatSani project

Transportation[edit]

All children travel to school on foot. Many students will walk more than an hour, twice a day, to come to school.[1]

See also[edit]


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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 1.4 1.5 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.
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. 4.0 4.1 Griet Verrewaere, 2019. Report of latrine use and behaviour amongst students - The nudging approach at School-Watsani. HOWest, Bruges, Belgium.
  5. 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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