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The Debre Transit Depot will comprise of two 20,000m3 gasoline tanks and two 20,000m3 gasoil tanks.
Data quality control issues were ensured by conducting the pretest prior to the actual study period on 30 students at Debre Berhan Health Science College.
Accordingly, the first two harmonics green (1st) and red (2nd) curves show the dominant harmonics which occur in July (for Bahir Dar and Gondar) and August (for Debre Tabor and Dangila), respectively.
Data were collected by the data collectors after obtaining written informed consent using a well-structured questionnaire designed to obtain socio-demographic data and other relevant data related to food handlers' service year, status of medical screening, status of certification, education, and hand-hygiene practices from participants following their written informed consent and the ethical approval of the study from Debre Markos University ethics review board.
The study population included all mothers/caretakers to children aged 12-23 months pair in Debre Markos town who fulfill the inclusion criteria.
Kan further told the Sudan Media Center (SMC) the talks between the Sudanese government and the Darfur rebel groups will be held in the Ethiopian town of Debre Zeit, some 50 KM from the Capital Addis Ababa.
BARDO (TAP) - President of the National Constituent Assembly (NCA) Mustapha Ben Jfar conferred, on Friday, in Paris with Presidents of France's Economic, Social and Environmental Council (ESEC) and Constitutional Council Jean-Paul Delevoye and Jean-Louis Debre, respectively.
(1.) Patrice Debre, Louis Pasteur, translated by Elborg Forster (Baltimore, MD: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1994), p.
Debre ar Ennis, childrh enr services r manager at Action for Children, r said: "Researchr has reve e aled 55.5% of pupils displaya an increaser in helping, sharing, co-operating, r and volunteering after receiving i the classes.
UMP MP Bernard Debre urged Sarkozy to "make an extra effort", after it was revealed he had donated just E7,500 ([pounds sterling]6,500).
Kocher Debre Semelaigne syndrome (KDSS) is a rare condition of muscular pseudo hypertrophy and long standing moderate to severe hypothyroidism in children and Hoffmann syndrome (HF) in adults.
The purpose of the trip was to work alongside members of an Ethiopian host community in Debre Berhan, while simultaneously raising awareness regarding poverty housing in the developing world.
Constitutional Council President Jean-Louis Debre proclaimed Hollande, 57, France's 24th president, after private talks between Sarkozy and Hollande, during which Sarkozy handed Hollande the country's nuclear codes before leaving the palace by car, according to a report of DPA.