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Training on “Fighting against Corruption With Concerted Efforts” Held

Ethiopian Civil Service University Ethics and Liaison Unit held training on June 10, 2014 with a theme Fighting against Corruption with Concerted Efforts

Ato Gebre Tibebu, Head of Ethiopian Civil Service University Ethics and Liaison Unit in his welcoming speech said it is quite impossible to develop unless we fight against all forms of corruption and male administration. Hence, every one of us is responsible to combat corruption.

Since the establishment of the Federal Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission in 1993, we are trying to contribute our share in fighting corruption by arranging awareness creation trainings in the university, Gebre added.

Ato Gebr,right, and Ato Haile,left, in the presentation

Ato Haile Abebe, Ethiopian Civil Service University Ethics and Liaison Unit Ethics Officer has given detailed explanation about the different features and types of corruption from different perspectives.

He described types of corruption as: Petty, Grand and Political Corruptions. Petty, Small scale corruption is the everyday corruption that takes place at the lower tier, where the public officials meet the public. Petty corruption is bribery in connection with the implementation of existing laws, rules and regulations.

Political corruption is any transaction between private and public sector actors through which collective goods are illegitimately converted into private-regarding payoffs.

High level or grand corruption takes place at the policy formulation end of politics. It refers not so much to the amount of money involved as to the level in which it takes place: grand corruption is at the top levels of the public sphere, where policies and rules are formulated in the first place.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 24 June 2014 13:22
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Training on " Basics of HIV/AIDS and its impacts" Given


HIV and AIDS Management Unit of ECSU gave a half day training to 150 staffs and teachers of  Wonderad Primary School on May 8, 2014. Among the participants of the training, 100 of them were female and the rest 50 were male. In the training the impact of HIV and AIDS was discussed from individuals, family and community perspectives. The training is believed to enhance the trainees’ knowledge and attitude which would give them insights of the impact of HIV/AIDS and how to prevent the spread and effects of HIV and AIDS epidemic in their school community and workplace as a whole.

In the occasion some participants reflected on the importance of the training. They suggested that ECSU HAMU should continue its commendable efforts of its sensitization training and community outreach services and capacity building training to the surrounding schools and community.

HIV/AIDS Training and Research Coordinator, Anteneh Mekonnen , and Ms.Wubalem Arefaine Social Mobilization and Mainstreaming Expert facilitated the session.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 24 June 2014 06:16
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Ethiopian Civil Service University’s ILG former Graduates Establish Alumni Association

Former Graduates of Institute of Leadership and Good Governance, Ethiopian Civil Service University, established an Alumni Association on April 24, 2014. At the inaugural Alumni Association Workshop a video documentary, papers on success and challenges in establishing network among the graduates and the Practice of ILG Graduates Placement were presented by members of Alumni Organizing Committee.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 30 April 2014 11:26
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ECSU Celebrates International Women’s Day

Ethiopian Civil Service University and Yeka sub city, woreda 09 Women, Children and Youth Desk jointly celebrated the 38th International Women`s Day (March 8) on 26th March, 2014 at woreda 9 youth center hall. ECSU`s academic and administrative staff, students and residents of woreda 09 attended the event.

W/ro Sinkinesh Moges addressing to the Participants of the event

During the celebration head of Women, Children and Youth Affairs Desk of woreda 9, W/ro Sinkinesh Moges said that the importance of marking this day goes beyond appreciating the work of those who have defended women’s rights. It is also about recognizing women who have their foot prints in history.

W/ro Abay Akemachew, Head of Center for Gender and Development of ECSU, said empowering women through women focused activities enhances the gender mainstreaming process. In line with this, continuous training was offered by the university on gender mainstreaming, assertiveness skills, as well as leadership.

Last Updated on Friday, 25 April 2014 11:53
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HRDA Standing Committee of the House Oversees ECSU`s Activities

Human Resource and Development Affairs Standing Committee of House of Peoples` Representatives oversaw the activities of Ethiopian Civil Service University on March 30, 2014. The overseeing programme included hearing the six month performance report, discussion with academic and administrative staff, visiting facilities of the University and infrastructure development activities.

Briefing about the service delivery of the University

Ato Tamene Chalchisa, Head of Institutional Planning and Assessment, presented a highlight of the 2005 E.C. plan performance and the six month performance report of 2006 E.C in light with one of the perspectives of the University`s BSC plan – enhancing the satisfaction of the public sector with the quality of its core businesses.

Ato Tamene has begun with an overview presentation that gives a clear picture of the University.Tamene said that one thousand employees are currently working in the University. Out of this 200 of them are academic staffs including 22 international staff. He also said 3156 students are currently enrolled in Bachelor Degree Programmes and 1395 are enrolled in Masters Degree Progerammmes.

Ato Tamene presenting the performance report

Ato Tamene also stated that the satisfaction surveys made on different services of the University showed that service delivery of the University has been improving. For example Trainees’ satisfaction on the quality of the trainings reaches to 90%, working graduates satisfaction on relevance of the programmes to their actual jobs is 76.4%, employers’ satisfaction on graduates performance is 78%, trainees’ satisfaction on relevance of  the trainings to enhance their problem solving capabilities reaches to 90%, and satisfaction of trainees and students on support services of the University reaches to 88% and 90% respectively.

Different support programmes like tutorial and language classes and computer trainings enhance the retention rate in the University. Accordingly the retention rate of female students reaches to 98% in Bachelor Degree programme and 99% in Masters Degree Programme. Where as, the retention rate of students from emerging regions becomes 98% in Bachelor Degree Programme and 99% in Master Degree Programme.


Last Updated on Thursday, 10 April 2014 15:36

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