Ethiopian Democratic Party (EDP) press release following the arrest of its party member Ato Lidetu Ayalew The center was given land by the Addis Abeba city administration on which it has constructed two three-storey buildings that it rents. Another building has been halted on the finishing stages of the construction due to budget constraints. The center hopes the rent from these properties will cover 50% of their total expenditure. Hiruy says another way to make the center sustainable is to open such centers in regional cities to reduce the burden on this one center while also making the treatment more accessible. The center is also working with Universities to produce human power, adds Hiruy. But the center, after agreeing with Ethio telecom, has launched the old campaign “One birr for one citizen” anew where citizens can donate anything from 1 birr to 100 birr using text messaging. They have also started another campaign called “Lelebe” (for my heart), which allows the center to work as an agent when customers charge their mobile plans. Hiruy also calls on importers of Medical inputs to either provide the center with free material or sell their products at a discounted price to the center. Professionals working on public relations, website development and marketing are also called on to help the center bolster its public relations campaign. People working on social media are also called upon to help update the website and bring traffic to it.