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June, 2017

  • 21 June

    Ethiopia: Federalism – Best Fit for Ethiopia Amidst Challenges – AllAfrica.com

    Ethiopia: Federalism - Best Fit for Ethiopia Amidst ChallengesAllAfrica.comFor anyone with a sober and calm reflection about Ethiopia's political past, its present and future, saving Ethiopia's Federalism from the sledgehammer of both its architects and its detractors should now be a matter of national urgency. Scholars in ...and more »

  • 21 June

    Ethiopia: A View Into Ethiopia’s ‘Ascendance’ – AllAfrica.com

    AllAfrica.comEthiopia: A View Into Ethiopia's 'Ascendance'AllAfrica.comEthiopia has recorded rapid and successive economic growth for the past two decades. According to IMF's estimation, the country will be in a position to overtake Kenya as East Africa's largest economy in the very near future. 'The Atlantic Council ...Protest-Hit Ethiopia Region Plans Oil Company to Calm UnrestBloombergEthiopia: Ethiopian Ordered 10 Airbus A350-900 Aircrafts2merkato - Ethiopian Business PortalDevelopment and Image building efforts paying offWalta Information Center (blog)Reuters -Nasdaqall 28 news articles »

  • 21 June

    Africa: Ethiopia Was Colonised – allAfrica.com – AllAfrica.com

    AllAfrica.comAfrica: Ethiopia Was Colonised - allAfrica.comAllAfrica.comLike many African countries that were colonised by the British, Ethiopia's educational system strongly privileges the English language. I learnt this first hand ...and more »

  • 21 June

    Ethiopia voted the world’s most welcoming country | IOL – Independent Online

    Independent OnlineEthiopia voted the world's most welcoming country | IOLIndependent OnlineThe Land of Origins, Ethiopia, has been voted the World's Most Welcoming Country by global followers of Rough Guides; one of the leading travel publishers ...and more »

  • 21 June

    Land restoration in Ethiopia: ‘This place was abandoned … This is … – The Guardian

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    The GuardianLand restoration in Ethiopia: 'This place was abandoned ... This is ...The GuardianEthiopia is suffering from severe drought, but there is water in Gergera. 20 years of restoring its hills and river valley has brought life back to this area of the ...and more »

  • 21 June

    Africa: As Doors Close to Refugees, Ethiopia’s Stay Open

    Over 65.6 million people around the world were forcibly displaced by the end of 2016 - the highest level ever recorded. Of these, 84% were hosted in developing countries.

  • 21 June

    Teeth Tell Tale of Hippo’s Quick Spread Across Africa

    Quick, huge and deadly, the common hippo is the king of Africa's rivers . Now fossils suggest that hippos assumed power swiftly and that changes in vegetation helped to propel their rise.

  • 21 June

    Chinese business delegation sparkles at Ethiopia

    A delegation of 70 companies from Shenzhen city, China's innovation hub, is attending a show in Ethiopia's capital Addis Ababa and locals are thrilled about the ample business opportunities on the horizon. The delegation is in the east African country for the China Trade and Investment Promotion Meeting and Shenzhen Products show from Monday to Tuesday.

  • 21 June

    Protest-Hit Ethiopian Region Plans Oil Company to Quell Unrest

    A central Ethiopian region that's seen almost two years of sporadic anti-government protests is planning a new private oil company and is in talks to import Middle Eastern crude, part of an economic initiative authorities say will address some of the roots of the unrest. Oromia Petroleum Share Co., the planned venture, will import the oil via Djibouti, process it at

  • 21 June

    GERD: public participation yet at momentum

    It is so historic that, Ethiopians march being one and the same to harness their natural resource in alleviating poverty and ensuring sustainable socioeconomic development. The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam is one among the many projects that brought together all nations, nationalities and peoples of Ethiopian.

  • 21 June

    Harnessing Agricultural Quality to Enhance Export Revenue

    [Ethiopian Herald] Agriculture remains the leading sector in Ethiopia's economy and an important source of economic growth. It contributes 39 percent of the country's Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and provides employment opportunities for about 73 percent of the population.

  • 21 June

    Africans Intertwine Plan With SDGs

    [Ethiopian Herald] The Sustainable Development Goal Centre for Africa (SDGC/A) - established by leaders of the continent as a homegrown initiative - has started its operations in July 2016, with an aim of implementing UN's Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in conformity with other continental plans, such as 'Agenda 2063'. Dr. Belay Begashaw is currently working as Director General of the Centre, and The Ethiopian Herald has caught up with him to discuss regarding these

  • 21 June

    Federalism – Best Fit for Ethiopia Amidst Challenges

    [Ethiopian Herald] For anyone with a sober and calm reflection about Ethiopia's political past, its present and future, saving Ethiopia's Federalism from the sledgehammer of both its architects and its detractors should now be a matter of national urgency. Scholars in the area strongly stressed that Federalism is the best fit for Ethiopia which needs to get further strengthened and protected as it is now at the younger stage.

  • 21 June

    Hawassa Industry Park Goes Operational

    [Ethiopian Herald] The first phase of the Hawassa Industry Park (HIP), the 1st Sustainable Textile and Apparel Grand Park in Africa, has become fully operational.

  • 21 June

    A View Into Ethiopia’s ‘Ascendance’

    [Ethiopian Herald] Many analysts and scholars have said that Addis Ababa is emerging as a major actor in the Sub-Regional, Continental, and even global scenes by mentioning material growth indicators such as economic growth, military advancement or demographic evolution. This piece tries to view Ethiopia's emergence through the angle of cultural prism and the impeccable peacekeeping records that serve as soft diplomatic power for the country.

  • 20 June

    Ethiopia: Who What Where (3W) Cash Transfer Programming Cash Working Group (As of 29 May 2017) – Reliefweb

    ReliefwebEthiopia: Who What Where (3W) Cash Transfer Programming Cash Working Group (As of 29 May 2017)ReliefwebThe Ethiopia Cash Working Group (ECWG) was re-established in April 2016 “to strengthen the policy develop- ment and operations of cash based interventions (CBIs) in Ethiopia through advocacy, improved coordination and information sharing”.

  • 20 June

    An ancient Islamic city has been found under Harlaa, an Ethiopian … – Quartz

    QuartzAn ancient Islamic city has been found under Harlaa, an Ethiopian ...QuartzThe residents of Harlaa, a small town in eastern Ethiopia, have always suspected there was something special about their city. For years farmers have been ...Ancient city discovered in Ethiopia offers new insight into country's ...InhabitatLong-lost city of 'giants' unearthed in Ethiopia - IBTimes UKInternational Business Times UKall 3 news articles »

  • 20 June

    Climate imperils Ethiopia’s coffee output: study – Bizcommunity.com

    NPRClimate imperils Ethiopia's coffee output: studyBizcommunity.comPARIS,France - Climate change could wipe out more than half of Ethiopia's coffee production unless farmers move to higher ground, scientists warned on Monday. Climbing temperatures and dwindling rainfall have already degraded prime growing areas, ...Ethiopia's Coffee Farmers Are 'On The Front Lines Of Climate Change'NPREthiopia's coffee is the latest victim of climate changeThe VergeGlobal warming brews big trouble in coffee birthplace Ethiopia ...The GuardianIFLScience -africanews -AllAfrica.comall 21 news articles »

  • 20 June

    ISS Today: As doors close to refugees, Ethiopia’s stay open | Daily … – Daily Maverick

    Daily MaverickISS Today: As doors close to refugees, Ethiopia's stay open | Daily ...Daily MaverickProtecting refugees is a common human responsibility, and yet developing countries shoulder the burden. By Tsion Tadesse Abebe, ISS TODAY. More than ...and more »

  • 20 June

    Ethiopia voted the world’s most welcoming country – Independent Online

    Independent OnlineEthiopia voted the world's most welcoming countryIndependent OnlineThe Land of Origins, Ethiopia, has been voted the World's Most Welcoming Country by global followers of Rough Guides; one of the leading travel publishers known for its “tell it like it is” review; providing traveller's up-to-date content and ...Ethiopia named the world's most welcoming countryGhana News