I saw the spot lower sideband on 15 Meters for ET3KT (Ethiopia) and I thought to myself, "that must be a pirate". I switched over the VFO and fired up the amp just in case. Turns out ET3KT had quite a pileup going already and Kideste was Q5, S8 here into Colorado. I listened to her for awhile and then it dawned on me that this callsign was born of the effort from Sid May, ET3SID (SK) and all the Hams worldwide that assisted in getting (and keeping) Ethiopia on the air.
I remembered the effort a few years ago by Team Leader David (K3LP), Wild Bill (N2WB), Paul (N6PSE), Al (K3VN), Igor (UY5LW), Darko (E70A) and Yarik (UW7LL) that went to Addis Ababa Institute of Technology in Ethiopia. This is where they taught several students about Amateur Radio. They brought their knowledge, equipment and a DXpedition to Addis Ababa where they made outstanding progress in licensing new Hams with their several "Hands on Ham Radio Workshops". David has a page published on their effort at: http://www.k3lp.com/et3aa.htm
It's great to see new operators coming into the hobby and it's fun to work them too! Listening to the recording again (below), I can see they taught the students well. Better than most 20 and 30 year ops on HF!
More info on the Ethiopian Amateur Radio Society (EARS) at: http://www.qrz.com/db/ET3AA