Ethiopia lost a solid mother Mr.s Zemi Yenus. Author of Nia Foundation-a native Joy Center for Children with Autism, Zemi Yenus has died regarding COVID 19 prompted unexpected issues. Zemi Yenus was going to Coronavirus therapy for quite a long time in a concentrated consideration and sharing a few pictures showing her battle with the infection through web-based media, and many were hopeful about her recuperation.
Started in May 2002, Nia Foundation is a native, charitable and non-legislative compassionate association set up from the beginning to lightening the all-adjusted difficulties looked by people with the mental imbalance and other related formative issues, and youngsters and ladies living in testing financial conditions. Having made the vital multispectral arrangements and producing associations with the public authority, public and global NGOs, Nia Foundation was legitimately enlisted and authorized by the FDRE Ministry of Justice on twelfth January 2006.
Following quite a while of cutting out a fruitful vocation as a cosmetologist in Los Angeles, the Ethiopian beautician and mother of two had gotten back to her old neighborhood of Addis Ababa. It was 1996. Anxious to administer her learned information back into the local area, she proceeded to set up Niana School of Beauty, the nation’s originally authorized excellence school. The business was blasting and with 6,000 understudies the school was demonstrating a hit with yearning cosmetologists. In any case, life at home was hard. Yenus’ second youngster Jojo was battling at school. Four years more established than his sibling Bilal, he wasn’t created similarly.