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Ethiopian Construction Works Corporation Hosts Iftar Program for Muslim Employees

Date: Apr 3, 2024

The Ethiopian Construction Works Corporation (ECWC) has organized an Iftar program for its Muslim employees at the Construction Professionals Training Institute campus in Kality. The event, attended by strategic Management members of ECWC including the Corporation's CEO, Engineer Yonas Ayalew, was held in observance of the Ramadan fast of 1445.

Muslim employees of the corporation expressed their solidarity and gratitude towards the management and employees for organizing the Iftar program, emphasizing the importance of Ethiopian unity and the culture of love and brotherhood.

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Ethiopian Construction Works Corporation Hosts Iftar Program for Muslim Employees

Date: Apr 3, 2024

The Ethiopian Construction Works Corporation (ECWC) has organized an Iftar program for its Muslim employees at the Construction Professionals Training Institute campus in Kality. The event, attended by strategic Management members of ECWC including the Corporation's CEO, Engineer Yonas Ayalew, was held in observance of the Ramadan fast of 1445.

Muslim employees of the corporation expressed their solidarity and gratitude towards the management and employees for organizing the Iftar program, emphasizing the importance of Ethiopian unity and the culture of love and brotherhood.

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ECWC workers’ football team defeats ERCS’s counterpart 2 to 0

Date: Apr 3, 2024

Ethiopian Construction Works Corporation (ECWC) workers' football team, which is participating in the Ethiopian Workers' Winter Sports Tournament organized by the Confederation of Ethiopian Workers' Association (CoEWA), defeated the Ethiopian Red Cross Society (ERCS) workers' football team by a margin of 2 to 0.  

In this match, ECWC’s football team showed remarkable performance, cohesion and dominance of the game, as well as scored several goal attempts, beating the opponent by a margin of 2 to 0, according to the team's coach, Alemayehu Gebre.

ECWC’s team scored both of the goals in the first half of the match, with the first goal coming from Caleb Ketema in the 23rd minute and the second goal by Eyob Berhanu in the 38th minute.

Coach Alemayehu further said ECWC’s football team won two games and lost two games, with 6 points, 8 goals and 2 goal differences. He added that his team is in third place following the football teams of the East African Ltd.co and Ethiopian Agricultural Works Corporation and is doing trainings one day a week to get into the playoffs by winning the next game.

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Men's Table Tennis Team Defeats its Counterpart 3 to 0

Date: Apr 1, 2024

The table tennis team of Ethiopian Construction Works Corporation (ECWC), which is participating in the family sport festival competition of Confederation of Ethiopian Trade Union, defeated the Agricultural Works Corporation with a difference of 3 to 0 by dominating the game, according to Mr. Daniel Taddesse, the leader of the team.

Mr. Daniel said that the first round of the competition has been completed and the second round of the competition will start soon. He added that his team will work hard for the cup.

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Women employees shall strive to ensure their rights

Date: Mar 28, 2024

Women employees of the Ethiopian Construction Works Corporation (ECC) called up on synchronizing efforts with pertinent bodies toward ensuring their rights.

At a meeting held in connection with the ‘International Women Day’ on 28 Mar. 2024 Women and Children Affairs Department Representative, El-Bethel Mohamed said though the corporation organized a department with a view to safeguarding women’s rights, employees could not effectively make use of it.

While presenting a paper at the meeting, a Psychologist with the department, El-Shadai Tesfa-Giorgis said the International Women’s Day was celebrated at national level under the theme “Let Us Empower Women; Ensure Development and Peace”.   

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Women's Table Tennis Team Defeats its Counterpart 3 to 2

Date: Mar 23, 2024

Ethiopian Construction Works Corporation (ECWC) women's table tennis team, which is being participating in the Ethiopian Workers' Summer Months Sports Competition, defeated the East African Bottling Plc.  table tennis team by a margin of 3-2, according to Daniel Taddesse, the team coordinator.

Mr. Daniel stressed the need for female employees to participate in various sports activities for virtuous personality and to encourage the employees of the corporation those of the participants to achieve better results.

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