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Background Information

Employment History

East Africa Program and the Energy Department


Coordinator, East Africa

Trees


Affiliations

Trees

Advisor


Greener Ethiopia

Vice Chairman


Web References(4 Total References)


Trees for the Future > Contact Us > Our Staff

www.treesftf.com [cached]

Mr. Bedru Sultan


Greener Ethiopia - About Us

www.greenerethiopia.org [cached]

Bedru Sultan
Vice-Chairman


Trees for the Future > Contact Us > Our Staff

www.treesftf.net [cached]

Mr. Bedru Sultan, Advisor on Africa, Alexandria, VA
Bedru Sultan, Ethiopia With a solid background in economic development and emergency planning and administration, and with experience working in Africa, the Middle East, and the Americas, Mr. Sultan leads the East Africa Program and the Energy Department, focusing particularly on his homeland, Ethiopia


www.plant-trees.org

Bedru Sultan, coordinator of our East Africa Program, traveled to China this Spring to the Yangtze River to see the development taking place there.With a guide to translate, he had the opportunity to meet people in rural villages and to see farming systems very different from those in AfricaBedru Sultan (left) and a colleagueThe water level of the Yangtze River will be raised 175 meters


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