Our central goal in Ethiopia bolsters the Agency's Education Strategy and the mission's advancement destinations by arranging, overseeing, and observing exercises that accomplish comes about over different levels of the instruction framework. For over 20 years, our exercises in Ethiopia have tended to an assortment of requirements identified as getting to, value, quality, and significance. This has been proficient in a close organization with the Ministry of Education and provincial state instruction authorities. Today, nature of instruction remains the greatest test and need confronting the Ethiopian training framework.
Ethiopia’s Almaz Ayana ran the second fastest women’s 5,000 metres in history as she missed out on the world record by just over a second at the Rome Diamond League on Thursday. The world champion finished more than 20 seconds ahead of Mercy Cherono of Kenya in 14.12.59 but failed to break the 14.11.15 set by compatriot Tirunesh Dibaba eight years ago. So close! Ethiopia's Almaz Ayana wins #RomeDL 5000m in 14:12.59 WL – 2nd fastest all time pic.twitter.com/H5HVJdh526— IAAF (@iaaforg) June 2, 2016 World silver medalist Justin Gatlin won the 100 metres in a non-Diamond League race by edging fellow American Amer Webb. The time was slower than a meet record of 9.75 seconds set last year. Gatlin ran 9.93 seconds ahead of Webb (9.94) and European record holder Jimmy Vicaut (9.99) of France, the only three to dip under 10 seconds at the Olympic Stadium. Rising prospects Webb had the consolation of having earlier coasted to victory in the 200m race in 20.04 seconds. World champion Wayde Van Niekerd of South Africa won the men’s 400 in 44.19 seconds while compatriot Caster Semenya equaled her world leading time this year in the 800 meters with a comfortable victory in 1.56.64. Olympic and world champion Greg Rutherford of Britain won