It is used in town to move fast from place to place.
Females are usually not involved in it.
Her parents said to her, "This work is not good for girls. What would people say?"
Her parents permitted her to start taking driving lessons.
Her parents discussed what to do next.
So, Abebech started to drive a bajaj on Debre Birhan roads.
She posted at the back of her bajaj a notice with her phone number on it.
Women and mothers whose children got sick all called Abebech.
She continued to give free service to people who did not have money.
Abebech told them, "Doing good pays off."
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Original source This story was developed at the Ras Abebe Library in Debre Birhan with the help of Janet Lee and funded by a grant from the International Library Cultural Exchange Interest Group of the Colorado Association of Libraries (USA).