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Dear friends of CyberEthiopia and Warka participants,

Many of you have asked how you can support CyberEthiopia. You can now do that by becoming a supporting member.

Becoming a supporting member means giving 20 USD or more.

By making this contribution, you will show your support and help us in sustaining and improving our services which are becoming more costly with the ever-increasing number of visitors.

Your support is really needed to keep CyberEthiopia and its services.

Special services and discounts will also be opened for supporting members only.

Our objectives and activities can be found in the "About us" section.

3 ways for becoming a supporting member

1) Secured online payment (recommended)

Payments can be made through a secured online credit card
through Paypal. PayPal enables any individual or business with an email address to securely, easily and quickly send payments online.

2) Money transfer to CyberEthiopia's bank account

Union des banques suisses (UBS)
Chemin Louis-Dunant 17bis
1202 Genève

Account holder :
Account Number : 0279-265728.01P
IBAN : CH60 0027 9279 2657 2801 P

Please state your firstname, lastname and email address.

3) Sending a check to our mail box
BP 303, Geneva

Please state your firstname, lastname and email address.

Thank you for your support

The CyberEthiopia Team



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