Gambella, July 18, 2015 (GMN) - The world we live in is a vast, wondrous, and intricate system. Every part of it is connected to, and dependent upon all the other parts. “Education is what remains after one has forgotten everything he/she learned in school.” (Albert Einstein).

The small town of Gambella is an oddity among Ethiopian towns, and a most appealing one. Lying at an altitude of 450m in the swampy, mosquito-ridden lowlands, Gambella exudes an atmosphere of tropical languor, dictated as much by its lush vegetation and almost unbearable humidity as by its remoteness from just about everywhere. Historically, ethnically and scenically, Gambella is barely a part of Ethiopia at all.

Anywaa Nation Zone, Gambella, August 31, 2013 (GSN) - The translation of the Anywaa's Bible was prepared in two phases first the New Testament, which was called Luumma Nyään na Met Mar Yesu Krïcto (The New and Sweet/Good Word of Jesus Christ) was translated and printed for Anywaas in Sudan.

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