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Tegegnework Gettu
Tegegnework Gettu

Director of the United Nations Development Programme's Regional Bureau for Africa.


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Tegegnework Gettu
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Gender: male
Place of Origin: Ethiopia

Mr.  Gettu is Assistant Secretary-General, Assistant Administrator and Director, Regional Bureau for Africa, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).

 

His diverse career spans UNDP, academia, government and the private sector.

He served as Chief of Staff and Director of UNDP’s Executive Office (2006-2009); from 2003 until 2006, he was the UN Resident Coordinator/UNDP Resident Representative in Nigeria. Prior to 2003, Mr. Gettu was the Country Director for Southern Africa and Indian Ocean countries and Acting Resident Representative in Liberia and Sierra Leone.

During his accomplished academic career, he was a fellow to Columbia University; Assistant Professor and Lecturer at the University of Rochester in New York, Hunter College and Addis Ababa University. He also worked in Ethiopia’s Ministry of Planning and Economic Development and the private sector.

Mr. Gettu has been in his current position since February 2009.



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Author: Steve Klaber
Sat Aug 14 02:33:46 2010

Enforce emissions cuts on the rest of the world by not exporting your oil and gas! The export money that you get does more harm than good anyway.

Weed and dredge your rivers and lakes, so that their beds are back in contact with the aquifers, and the rains that come will collect in the lakes. Over time, the lakes will again produce "lake effect" rains. The aquifers will recharge and water the drylands. The "lake effect" rains are a critical part of the earth's cooling system. Worldwide, on every inhabited continent, we need to… [Read Full Text]

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Author: upliftdarace_144
Thu Dec 3 12:57:28 2009

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Does The Term “ PEACEKEEPERS ” ring a bell ?

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[http://ixquick.com/do/metasearch.pl?query=Susan+Rice+Rwanda&cat=web&pl=ff& language=english]

OBAMA DECEPTIONS

#1

[ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KrpRocaEfQE ]

[ http://www.infowars.com/obama-feigns-ignorance-of-cfr-nau/ ]

[ http://www.infowars.com/michelle-obama-flashes-%E2%80%98el-diablo%E2%80%99-hand-signal-on-cover-of-vogue/ ]

#2 Here is evidence of Point 2 of the Georgia Guidestones on Reproduction .

Don't be deceived :

[http://www.infowars.com/?p=7259]

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