Helen, the young ambassador

In 03 November 1995 E.C, Helen Yemane was born and grew up at the heart of Mekelle city, Kedamay Woyane sub city, tabia Zesilassie. When her age reached for preschool education, she was admitted to Elshaday Kindergarten in 1999 at the age of three.

During her stay at the kindergartenin 2000 E.C, she graduated earning 100% score out of the five subjects issued.Thereafter in 2001 E.C, she went to Hatsey Yohanes Primary School and became a 1st grader. Since then, she has done an exemplary work in actively contributing her role in terms of resolving multi-dimensional social hiccups and mobilizing people for the construction of the great renaissance dam.

Based on the tenet of TDA, Helen,the young ambassador, can contribute to herself, her country and region while an enabling setting, which advances her horizon and issues proper skills and knowledge, is created. Following the scholarship given to Helen to learn in Kallamino Special Secondary School, which is under the umbrella of TDA, shenowbecomesa grade 12th student.

Based on the tenet of TDA, Helen,the young ambassador, can contribute to herself, her country and region while an enabling setting, which advances her horizon and issues proper skills and knowledge, is created. Following the scholarship given to Helen to learn in Kallamino Special Secondary School, which is under the umbrella of TDA, shenowbecomesa grade 12th student.

"TDA is worth a praise for buildingus upwith knowledge to become successful in our life by providing a motherly care while we were in Kallamino Special Secondary School", recalled Dr. Leake Enkuay. By the time we were students at school, we were regularly visited by the then executive director Mr. Araya Zerihun along with his colleagues. The pieces of advice and encouragement he gave us have still remained in my mind. He motivated us saying, "You are going to be the future hope of the country being able to serve your people. Therefore, you have to work hard and build yourself with knowledge". And the good thing however was that we didn’t ashame him; rather all of us managed to join university with an outstanding score”. After many of the students including me graduating from various universities, we were able to join higher institutions at national and global levels and became fruitful and competitive,” recounted Dr. Engineer Leake. Currently, he is working as a vice dean of Mekelle Institute of Technology.