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Rift Valley University has started holding its 2020/21 2nd Session Senate Meeting on April 08/2021 at Tokuma Hall in Addis Ababa. According to the program, the meeting will continue for three days during which the National Higher Education Policy and Strategy and the Federal TVET policy and Strategy are presented and thoroughly discussed. The meeting commenceed by welcoming address...
Research workshop at RVU Head Quarter Rift Valley University Research, Community Service & Technology Transfer Vice President Office has organized two days (January 24-25, 2021) awareness creation workshop at the Head Quarter that is located around Gotera, next to Nation and Nationalities Square. The participants of the awareness creation workshop are RVU Campus Research, Community Service and Technology Transfer Officers...

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Rift Valley University Dire Dawa campus has signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Dire Dawa Management & Kaizen Institute on Nov 14,2020. The Memorandum of Understanding MOU outlines the basis upon which DDMKI and RVU, have agreed with the aim to establish a framework for strengthened cooperation on short-, medium- and long-term training, problem solving researches and consultancy services...
Rift Valley University (RVU) and Oromia Broadcasting Service (OBS) have signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) The two parties have singed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on ct. 22, 2020  to work as a partners in the presence of RVU Senators, and pledged to stand together in reaching out to the public through Research and Community Service that involves technology transfer, knowhow,...
RVU Senate has commenced its first meeting at its Head Quarter. Rift Valley University Senate Meeting of 2013 E. C academic year has started on oct.  21, 2020 at its Head Quarter located at Gotera, next to Nation and nationalities Square. Agenda items of the meeting are: 1 Performance activity report; 2 Delibertie on 2013 plan; Discussion on revised Legislation, related working document...
  Total cases & Death Location         Confirmed cases            Death   Ethiopia            89,137                          1,352 Global             39,843,781                   1,111,945 According to information and data obtained from the Ethiopian Ministry of Health and UNICEF Websites, the number of people who have contracted COVID-19 is surging. In comparison to global trend, Ethiopia is relatively doing well. However, this trend will not continue as before as schools...
Rift Valley University Sululta Campus leadership and staff members have provided food items and materials estimated about 70,000.00 (Seventy thousand) Ethiopian Birr for the surrounding communities who are unable to earn a daily living as usual due to the COVID-19 pandemic. By doing so, the campus has leadership and staff have shown empathy and sense of solidarity with those advantaged...