The Ethiopian Journal of Social Sciences and Language Studies (EJSSLS) invites interested contributors to submit their manuscripts for Vol.6 No.1 before or by February 15, 2019.   

Papers will be submitted in English under the following or related areas: Social Sciences, Languages, and related disciplines.  Specifically:


The Institute of Oromo Studies (IOS) at Jimma University and The Network of Oromo Studies (NOS) in the UK have jointly organized the Fourth International Oromo Studies Conference to be held from 18th – 19th  July, 2019 at Jimma University, Oromia, Ethiopia.  The conference welcomes abstracts from scholars and students around the world.
Conference Grand Theme

Public Lecture on “Care for mental health patients and physical assessment”.

Mohammed Abazinab, a renowned clinical educator from Calgary (Canada), who is currently is a lecturer at Bowvally College and is working for Bethany Care Society, made a public lecture on the topic “Care for mental health patients and physical assessment” to staffs and students of Jimma Institute of health (JIH) and other academics of Jimma University on Wednesday 9 Jan 2019 at the conference hall in JIH. 

Jimma University: Great History and a Bright Future

Jimma University was founded on the amalgamation of the the Jimma Institute of Health Science and the Jimma College of Agriculture in the 1980’s. Both institutions had been national leaders in their respective fields, and with the merger, the development of a new, multifaceted and development oriented institution was able to emerge from the two former specialty institutions. Throughout the 1990’s Ethiopia as a nation was determined to overcome the significant development challenges facing the country.


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