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22-Apr-2008 2004 ASSESSMENT OF WILLINGNESS OF TB PATIENTS TOWARDS VCT IN SELECTED HEALTH CENTERS, NORTH GONDAR ADMINISTRATIVE ZONE AKLILU, AYENEW Dr Abera Kume; Dr. Fikru Tesfaye
31-Jan-2013 Jun-2012 AN ASSESSMENT OF WOREDA CAPACITY: THE CASE OF GINDEBERET AND ABUNA GINDEBERET WEREDA IN OROMIA NATIONAL REGIONAL STATE TELAYE, FIKADU Professor C.D.Dash
1-Feb-2013 Jun-2012 AN ASSESSMENT OF WOREDA CAPACITY: THE CASE OF GINDEBERET AND ABUNA GINDEBERET WEREDA IN OROMIA NATIONAL REGIONAL STATE TELAYE, FIKADU Professor C.D.Dash
31-Jan-2013 Jun-2012 AN ASSESSMENT OF WOREDA CAPACITY: THE CASE OF GINDEBERET AND ABUNA GINDEBERET WOREDAS IN OROMIA NATIONAL REGIONAL STATE TELAYE, FIKADU Professor C.D.Dash
4-May-2012 Jun-2011 ASSESSMENT ON FACTORS AFFECTING IMPLEMENTATION OF NURSING PROCESS AMONG NURSES IN SELECTED GOVERNMENTAL HOSPITALS, ADDIS ABABA, ETHIOPIA. MULUGETA, ASERATIE RAJALAKSHMI MURUGAN (ASSISTANT PROFESSOR)
2-May-2012 Jul-2010 ASSESSMENT ON HYDRAULIC PROPERTIES OF THE ETHIOPIA TARMABER FORMATIONS ABREHA, G/SLASSIE Seifu Kebede (Ph.D); Engida Zemedagegnehu (Ms.C)
3-Feb-2009 2007 Assessment on needs of ART Consumers in Addis Ababa: The Case of 20 ART Consumers at Alert Hospital Zelalem, Fesseha Charlla Allen (Ph.D)
6-May-2012 Jul-2011 ASSESSMENT ON OCCUPATIONAL INDUCED HEALTH PROBLEMS IN FLORICULTURE WORKERS IN WEST SHEWA, OROMIA, ETHIOPIA ATKURE, DEFAR Prof. AHMED ALI (PhD)
11-Dec-2012 Jun-2011 An Assessment on Role of Community Participation in Rural Water Supply Project: The case of Debatie Woreda, Benishangul Gumuz Regional State Mezegibe, Endashaw Belay Simane (PhD)
13-Feb-2013 Jun-2012 AN ASSESSMENT ON THE CHALLENGES AND ACHIEVEMENTS OF BPR IMPLEMENTATION IN THE OROMIA CIVIL SERVICE AND GOOD GOVERNANCE BUREAU HASSEN, BEKELI Prof. CD Dash (PhD),
30-Nov-2012 Jul-2011 ASSESSMENT ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF WOREDA DECENTRALIZATION IN GAMBELLA REGIONAL STATE: THE CASE OF ABOBO AND LARE WOREDAS ABRHAM, G/SELASSIE G/YES TEGEGNE GEBRE-EGZIABHER(Prof)
12-Jul-2012 Oct-2010 Assessment on the Recent Drying-Up of Eucalyptus Species in Selected Areas of the Highland of Arsi and Wollo, Ethiopia Demelash, Bekele Mekuria Argaw(Dr.)
14-Nov-2012 Jan-2009 An Assessment on the Significance of Literature in Language Teaching With Special Reference to Grade Nine FIKRU, GEBRE Dr. Abiye Daniel
3-May-2012 Jun-2010 AN ASSESSMENT ON THE STATUS OF SCHOOL-BASED INSTRUCTIONAL SUPERVISION IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS OF WEST ARSI ZONE OF OROMIA REGION MILLION, MORKI Haile Selalssie Wolde Gerima
3-May-2012 Jul-2009 ASSESSMENT ON WATER, SANITATION AND HYGIENE IN STATUS AMONG HOME BASED CARE CLIENTS OF PLWHA IN ADDIS ABABA MANAYE, SIYOUM Dr Abera Kumie; Ato Worku Tefera
2-May-2012 Jun-2009 ASSESSMENTS OF FOREST COVER CHANGE USING REMOTE SENSING AND GIS TECHNIQUES: CASE STUDY IN ADABA-DODOLA FOREST PRIORITY AREA, ETHIOPIA Meseret, Mideksa Dr. K.V. Suryabhagavan
16-Nov-2007 2007 ASSESSMENTS OF GROUNDWATER AND ITS VULNERABILITY TO POLLUTION BY VERTICAL ELECTRICAL SOUNDING IN ADA’A PLAIN TESFAYE, SHEWA Dr. Shimelis Fissiha
21-Apr-2008 2007 Assessmentt of Accepttabiilliitty of Proviider-Iniittiiatted HIV Counselliing and Testtiing among Tubercullosiis Pattiientts iin Addis Ababa Ibrahim, Nursien -
8-May-2008 2006 Assessmentt off Clliientts Sattiisffacttiion wiitth Outtpattiientt Serrviices in Tiigrray Zonall Hospiittalls Girmay, Adane Dr. Getnet Mitike, MD, MPH
3-May-2012 Jun-2010 ATTACHED AND UNATTACHED FRACTION OF RADON DECAY PRODUCTS IN MINE ATMOSPHERE Gizachew, Zihon Dr. Tilahun Tesfaye (Ass. Professor)
6-May-2012 Jul-2010 Attempts on synthesis and characterization of Cu(II) complex with a 2, 2’-dipyridylamine derivative Tesfaye, Haile Dr. Yonas Chebude
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