Welcome to the Gender and Leadership Community of Practice (GLCoP)
For the ATTSVE Gender and Leadership Community of Practice, our community of learners includes people from each of the ATVETs in Maichew, Nedjo, Wolaito Sodo and Woreta as well trainers from McGill, staff from the in-country ATTSVE office and individuals who have contributed their expertise along the way. Primarily through gender training, the GLCoP comes together to co-construct a complex understanding of gender including issues like sexual violence, gender mainstreaming and leadership.
This Community of Practice is a component of the ATTSVE Project, Agricultural Transformation Through Stronger Vocational Education.
Deeply shocked and saddened to hear of the passing of our colleague in Maichew ATVET College, Mr. Teodros Woldu. He was born on March 05, 1981, in Maichew town, Tigray, Ethiopia and passed away on August 3, 2017, due to a motorcycle accident.
Mr. Teodros Woldu was a vice dean for Research and Technology Transfer in Maichew Agricultural TVET College. He had BSc in Animal, Rangeland and Wildlife Sciences from Mekelle University and He was MSC student in Animal production and pastoral development at Mekelle University. He served as Agricultural development agent in different woredas of Tigray region; instructor, Vice Dean for Research and Technology Transfer and associate gender focal person in Maichew ATVET College. Furthermore, he had important contributions to institutional transformation, academic programming, and linkage for the college supported by ATTSVE project.
He was a hardworking, committed and sincere scholar. He has passed away on August 3, 2017, at the age of 37 years after being treated in different hospitals. He was married and had three children; 2 females and 1 male.
The ATTSVE network is saddened to learn of the passing of Mrs Tigist Nardos. Mrs Tigist Nardos was an assistant professor in Jimma University, College of Agriculture & Veterinary Medicine (JUCAVM). She had BSc in Horticulture from Jimma University and MSc from Wageningen University, Netherlands. She served as the college gender coordinator and helped JUCAVM female students to succeed in academics and social life. Furthermore she had important contributions to gender training within ATTSVE project.
She was a hardworking, committed and sincere scholar. She has passed away on June 19, 2017 at the age of 33 after being treated in different hospitals. She has two children; a boy and a girl.
We wish her family, students, colleagues and staffs strength and her rest in peace.