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Announcement By Hummed Neberai Scholarship (HNS)

Hummed Neberai Scholarship (HNS)
For Academic Excellence and
Development of Leadership Skills

The descendants of the late Hajj Hummed Ibrahim Neberai of Keren, Eritrea, would like to

announce a scholarship fund that is dedicated to academic excellence and the development of leadership skills among Eritrean youth.

The Hummed Neberai Scholarship fund, amounting to US $10,000 per year, was established as a perpetual act of charity in memory of our father/grandfather after whom it is named. The scholarships will be awarded annually to deserving Eritreans seeking higher education.

Eligibility requirements, the number of awards to be availed annually, as well as other relevant information can be obtained in the Q&A section at http://www.neberai.com.

We respectfully request your cooperation in disseminating this press release and/or the
information therein as widely as possible, so that eligible candidates do not miss a potential opportunity.

Very respectfully,
Norai Ibrahim
Neberai Foundation, Spokesperson
Norai@neberai.com

تصريح صحفي
الاثنين، 12 أيلول، 2016
منحة الحاج ُح َّمْد نبراي الدراسية
المخصصة لتحقيق التميز الاكاديمي
وتنمية المهارات القيادية.

يسر ابناء واحفاد الحاج حمد ابراهيم نبراي ان يعلنوا لجميع الارتريين عن انطلاقتة مشروع منحة الحاج ُحَّمْد نبراي الدراسية  لحقيق التميز الاكاديمي وتطوير الكفائه القياديه للشاب الارتري

منحة الحاج حمد نبراي الدراسية، وقدرها عشرة الف دولار امريكي سنويا، هي صدقة جارية تخليدا لابينا وجدنا الحاج حمد نبراي، والتي ستمنح لمستحقيها من الارتريين الساعين للتحصيل الجامعي المتميز

يمكن الحصول على كل المعلومات المتعلقة بشروط القبول، وعدد المنح، بالاضافة الى معلومات اخرى، فى صفحة الاسئلة والاجوبة للموقع الالكتروني
www.neberai.com
مع خالص الاحترام

نوراي إبراهيم  – المتحدث الرسمي باسم مؤسسة نبراي
norai@neberai.com

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ሰኑይ 12/09/2016
ማህደረ ትምህርቲ ሑመድ ነበራይ
Hummed Neberai Scholarship (HNS)

ዎሎዶ ሓጅ ሑመድ ኢብራሂም ነበራይ (هللا رحمه(፡ ብስም “ማህደረ ትምህርቲ ሑመድ ነበራይ (HNS)” ዝፍለጥ፡ ኣብ ናይ አካደሚካዊ ትምህርቲ ጽብላለን: መሪሕነታዊ ዓቕሚ ምዕባለን ዘተኮረ ማህደረ ትምህርቲ (Scholarship) ሰሪቶም ከምዘለዉ ክሕብሩ ይፈትዉ።

እዚ ማህደረ ትምህርቲ: ዓመታዊ US $10,000 ምጽዋት (ሰደቃ)፡ ንዝኽሪ ኣቦናን ኣቦሃጎናን ሓጅ ሑመድ ኢብራሂም ነበራይ ከወፊ ተዳልዩ ከምዘሎን: ተጠቀምቲ ኸአ፡ ኩሎም ናብ ላዕለዋይ ትምህርቲ (university level) ተዋፊሮም ዘለዉ ኤርትራውያን መንእሰያት ምኽዋኖሞ ንሕብር።

ሙሉእ ሓበረታ ብዛዕባ ክማላእ ዘለዎ ቅጥዕታት፡ ቑጽሪ ማህደረ ትምህርቲ፡ ከምኡ’ውን ካልእ ኣገዳሲ ሓበረታ፡ ኣብ ክፍሊ “ሕቶን መልስን” ናይዚ ዝስዕብ website ይርከብ። http://www.neberai.com/ ነዚ ጋዜጣዊ መግለጺ ብምዝርጋሕ: እቲ ሐበሬታ ንዝግቦኦም ብቁዓት ኤርትራውያን መንእሰያት ንኽበጽሕ ክትተሐባበሩና ንላቦ።

ምስ ምሉእ ክብሪ:
ኖራይ ኢብራሂም
ወኪል ነበራይ ፋውንደሽን
Norai@neberai.com

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  • Saleh Johar

    Hi Solomon,
    I am not a fun of numerology. All I did was a wrong attempt at a joke which Hayat didn’t even get. From the way i see, you seem to be trying to decipher my halewlew. Please close it, I learned my lesson– you bring Semere H to it?

    • Solomon

      SJG,

      No no, my mentioning is simply to get a link for an article here. It was an appreciation for Ustaz Atto Nebarai. I may have the wrong Author’s name. I will not ask further on what prompted your response. When you see numerology or arithmetic on my comments, rest assured that it is my self regulating mechanism to postpone explicit comments that could be irresponsible or regrettable later. I hope I get credit for the “Trust Building” initiative for this window to my methodology I am volunteering. Those with in possession of the Menfeetlerr like my Captain Saay7, do extract some level of comprehension. Now I have to upgrade it, I suppose.
      tSAtSE

    • Hayat Adem

      The Honorable SGJ,
      Ouch…scratching my neck.. how did I miss that? ! Well, the joke was great had it not crossed my path when I had my Emma self. Haha:)

  • Yohannes Zerai

    Dear Awate.com

    I believe there is a history behind the gentleman in whose honor the scholarship fund is being established. If my memory of the history of Eritrea’s autonomous self-administration (1952-61) serves me well, the Neberai family was one of Eritrea’s famous political families who played a significant role in the politics of that era. It is likely that one or more members of that family (perhaps even the late Hajj Hummed Ibrahim Neberai himself) had occupied very prominent position(s) in the Eritrean Government of the day.

    But even if my contention about the family is not correct, it is generally a standard procedure for the party setting up an endowment fund to provide a brief history of the person being honored. It is possible that the family decided to forego doing so out of modesty. But the family is after all embarking on a long-term effort of providing a public service to the Eritrean community – a noble cause we all should admire and support. It would therefore be both appropriate and beneficial if Awate.com or some interested Awate forumers could post a brief account of the gentleman’s background and achievements.

    P.S.
    I would have done it myself gladly had I been knowledgeable about the gentleman’s history or had contacts with his descendants.

    Thank you.

    • Saleh Johar

      Hi Yohannes,
      Here is a brief background of the late Haj Hummed Neberai. https://goo.gl/2ZODjM

      You can also contact Norai Hummed Neberai, the spokesperson of the scholarship fund through the email address provided in the content of the announcement. The website is

      • Yohannes Zerai

        Hello SGJ,

        Thank you for kindly providing some useful information on the subject. That info has straightened me out with regard to my aging/fading memory of the man’s history – I had wrongly “remembered” that the family’s fame and distinction was in the realm of national politics when, in fact, that respectable household was known for its business and civic accomplishments. All the same, recognizing the gentleman’s success in life is what really matters. But, can you see how our unfortunate experience with Isaias Afewerki’s abhorrent rule has twisted our thinking and has made us see POLITICS in everything we come across, observe, do and think!!

        Thanks and have a good one.

      • Ismail AA

        Hayak Allah Saleh,
        Thank you for the information you gave to Yohannes; I was also looking for information about this great philanthropist.
        ncidentally, I would like to ask whether Dr. Yusuf Naberai belonged to the same family. He was a great educator and one of the first Eritrean graduates from the American University in Beirut. He was my director in highschool in Decamere. I am not sure if he is still alive; I heard he was teaching in one of universities of the Emirates.
        Warm greetings,
        Ismail

        • Saleh Johar

          Ahlan Ismael,
          Yes Dr. Yousuf is from the same family.

          • Ismail AA

            Taslam Saleh,
            I hope he is still alive. The last time I met him was in 1972 in a hotel in Addis. That day coincided with our graduation day. He happened to be in Addis Ababa incidentally. The 13 of us who enrolled from his secondary school save one had graduated. The 12 of us went to his hotel room to greet him and he was very happy
            He had superb command of language (English), beside his highly professional skill as educator.
            Thanks again Sal,
            Ismail

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