Staff

Million-Belay

 

 

 

Dr. Million Belay

(Director)

millionbelay@yahoo.com

 

 

Befekadu Refera (Program Coordinator)

 

 

Befekadu Refera

(Program Coordinator)

befekadurefera@yahoo.com

 

 

 

Tesfaye Berhanu (Finance and Administration Manager)

 

Tesfaye Berhanu

(Finance and Administration Manager)

 

Edlawit Tegegn

(Administration Assistant)

tefaber@yahoo.com

 

edlawitegegn@yahoo.com

 

 

 

 

 

Andualem Tarekegn

(Driver and Expeditor)

 

Elsabeth Abebe

(Office Assistant)

 

 

abebe.elsabet@yahoo.com

 

 

 

 

 

Mersha Yilma

(Information and Documentation Officer)

 

mersy1@ymail.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

Shimelis Tegegn

(Suba-Sebeta Branch office Coordinator)

 

Samrawit Shiferaw

(Environmental Education Officer)

shimete@yahoo.com

 

samrawitshiferaw@rockemail.com

 

 

Endale Sahilu

(Environmental Education Officer)

endalesahilu@yahoo.com

 

Abebayehu Kassaye

(Environmental education coordinator, Bale)

 

Tesfaye Tola

(Bale branch office coordinator)

abebayehukassaye@yahoo.com

 

tesfayemelca@yahoo.com

Kerya Yasin

(Sheka Branch Office Coordinator)

 

Adugna Shewano

(Office Coordinator, Sheka project)

keryas@yahoo.com

 

 

 

 

 

Yeshitla Negussie

(Project Officer, Sheka project)

 

 

MELCA

MELCA, revitalizing the missing links! MELCA-Ethiopia formerly known, as MELCA Mahiber is a non-governmental organization registered under the Charities and Societies Agency of Ethiopia with a certificate no. 3408 as an Ethiopian resident charity.

MELCA Means

MELCA means ford both in Amharic and Oromo language – two of the widely spoken languages of Ethiopia. It means a crossing point on a river, which is symbolically used to indicate the need to take people away from their misconception about local people and culture to an understanding and appreciation of traditional ecological knowledge. A river also signifies linkage with a source. If the source dries, the river also dries. More