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Salale University and "Salale Development Global Initiative" the MoU signed to work together in education, research, health, and other related issues; model students from different secondary schools of

the North Shewa Zone district and city administration awarded cash prizes of 1000 to 3000 Ethiopian Birr based on their achievement.

Speaking at the award ceremony, Salale University Vice President for Administration and Student Affairs, Mr. Adugna Mekonen, said that the prize was donated by the Salale Development Global Initiative, an association founded by Salale natives living abroad. Mr. Adugna thanked the natives of Salale for establishing the association and standing by their people in various ways and stressed that this financial award given today will encourage students to be role models for the next generation and should continue in the future. In addition to their achievements, the students should also be role models for the generation behind them in terms of their ethics and hard work.

Mr. Urge Zewde, who attended the program on behalf of the North Shewa Zone Education Office, said that the prize winners were those who ranked 1st-3rd in their classes; this round was for 12th-graders. Students should emulate the exemplary actions of the Salale natives and create a culture of mutual support in their communities, Mr. Urge said.

Some of the students also expressed their gratitude to all the parties involved in the awarding process, saying that the award was given to us to work hard, and inspired us to achieve our goals and become role models for the next generation.

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