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Deputy Prime Minister Demeke Mekonnen on Current Issues
Solomon Tekalgn of Tsenat Radio in an exclusive interview asked the Deputy Prime Minister on last year's performance of the government and what to expect for the coming new year. Solomon asked the DPM how the drought is affecting the country and the lifting of the emergency decree. The prime minister said despite the challenges the country faced, the country's future is bright and the government is more than ready to solve all issues.

Arena party should lead or get out of the way
Haile Tessema 09-08-17 - In a democracy, the opposition party has a very significant role to play as a representative of its constituency or the people at large by endeavoring to safeguard their political and socioeconomic interests.Unfortunately, opposition parties in Ethiopia haven't been...

"ከፍታውን" ማሳነስ ለምን?
ዘአማን በላይ 09-08-17 ... (Response to Ben and Zeru Hagos Commentary on "Ethiopia Leap/ከፍታ")

Why call Ethiopia an 'African Tiger'?
Bereket Gebru 09-08-17 - It has been a while since Ethiopia earned the "African tiger" reference which came from the famous "Asian tigers". The term the Asian Tigers refers to the countries South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Singapore...

ግብር መክፈል ውዴታም ግዴታም
/ሌዊ ከካዛንቺስ/ 09-08-17

Yesteryear Giving Way for New Year!
Amen Teferi 09-07-17 - Ethiopia had, for many years, failed to accommodate its diversity -religious, lingual, cultural. Hence,the political as well as economic dominance that had come along with its failure to accommodate difference has given birth to the...

Zenawi Zerihun, PhD Mekelle University 09-07-17 - A friend once told me what a young boy said when crossing what is known as the Nations and Nationalities Square in Addis. The boy overhears people inside the taxi mentioning the name of the square and he said ...

Ethiopia bets its future on a growing textile and garment sector
ADDIS ABABA, Sept. 6 (Xinhua) -- Ethiopia, east Africa's largest economy and most populous at 100 million people, is pursuing an ambitious industrialization development strategy. One of the main parts of Ethiopia's industrialization drive is the textile and garment sector, which the government hopes will substantially boost export revenue...

How Women In Ethiopia Empower Communities Through Nutrition
At a small health post in the village of Mirab, Ethiopia, a bright-eyed, chubby-cheeked infant named Bontu is placed on a scale. His mother looks on proudly as Aynalem, a Health Extension Worker who seems...

ብሩህ ዘመንብሩህ ጊዜ
በሲሳይ ደርቤ 09-07-17

Ethiopian Embassy, Pretoria Weekly Media Brief - Sep 6, 2017
Ethiopian Embassy, Pretoria 09-06-17

የአዲሱ ዓመት ተስፋ
ይነበብ ይግለጡ 09-06-17

Ingredient Spotlight: Teff, Ethiopia's Favorite Ancient Super Grain
Have you heard of the Ethiopian superfood called "teff" before? This special little gluten-free ancient grain has been touted by experts as the "next quinoa", so expect to begin seeing a lot of it in the future, even though it's been harvested for thousands of years...

ዘረኝነትና እንዴምታው
ሓጎስ ኣረጋይ (PhD) ነሃሴ. 30፣ 2009

Even poorest can be shielded from drought, say UN chiefs in Ethiopia
In Ethiopia's Tigray region, irrigation schemes, fruit nurseries and health centres are boosting productivity, incomes and nutrition, helping communities better withstand external shocks like droughts, the U.N. agencies said. Models used by the U.N. agencies in Ethiopia will be replicated and scaled up around the world, said David Beasley, head of the World Food Programme, which distributes emergency food aid to 3.3 million people in Somali Region. "We need to save lives while investing to support (a) sustainable, resilient environment for communities across the globe so they prosper and succeed," he said.

Enkutatash!! New Year: New hope to the youth
Fekadu Wubete 09-05-17 - New Year's Day (in Amharic Enkutatash) is a season of hope, brightness and festivity.It is dearly needed and best cherished time on which home sick individuals crave to reunite with their friends and relatives. The following famous song and folk lore of Ethiopians best depicts the turning up of New Year...

Reminiscing the last ten years
Bereket Gebru 09-04-17 - Over the past ten years, Ethiopia has geared up its economic engine full throttle to be on a path closer to becoming a middle income country in the coming decade.

Job creation in Ethiopia
Bereket Gebru 09-04-17 -It has now been a decade since Ethiopia kicked off its millennium. During that time, it has registered impressive economic growth. For much of this time, the country enjoyed double digit economic growth rates that are backed by concrete improvements in all ...

The adverse impacts of hyper urbanization and industrialization on Mekelle and its environs
Tesfai Hailu, Sept. 2017 - As the biblical wise man put it centuries ago, "Where there is no vision, a people perish" (Proverbs 29: 18), which is strikingly apparent in Mekelle's urban development and industrialization. Indeed, for policy and decision makers, it appears that development is constrained to building and factory construction with little regard for their social, environmental and health impacts which will be tackled here under.

Press briefing by H.E. Ambassador Tekeda Alemu, Permanent Representative of Ethiopia to the UN on the Programme of Work of the #UNSC under the Ethiopian Presidency in September.

Ethiopia collects public funds for mega dam construction

On Meles Zenawi's Passing; The Light Dimmed But Was Not Extinguished
The Strathink Editorial Team 08-31-17 - Five years ago this month, Ethiopian Prime Minister Meles Zenawi, departed this earth leaving behind a shocked and grieving nation, his three precious children and his beloved wife.It is said that every man dies. Not every man truly lives...

Reportage from Raya Birra Premises.. Tamrat Yemane Reports on the latest technology Raya Birra is using to improve its quality and unseen damage to the environment

Eritrea rebels struggle as government strengthens ties with Gulf Arab states
UN figures show 5,000 people are leaving Eritrea every month to escape political repression, violence and poverty.Armed opposition groups, which have been backed by neighbouring rival Ethiopia, have been struggling to put an end to the 25-year rule of Eritrean President Isaias Afwerki for many years.

Ethiopian Airlines Signs up for Sabre Passenger Reservations Technology Solution
ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia and SOUTHLAKE, Texas, September 1st, 2017 – Africa’s largest airline group, Ethiopian Airlines, has renewed its passenger reservations system with global travel technology provider, Sabre Corporation (NASDAQ: SABR). The airline also signed up for a suite of new technology solutions to support...

Unlocking Africa's Potential Through Tourism:The Role of Online Travel
Josephine Wawira 08-31-17 - The services sector, in particular tourism, is one of the major contributors to Africa’s economy through such functions as providing foreign exchange and employment. It is therefore crucial that governments and the private sector are increasingly working together to grow the sector, that accounts for approximately 7.8% of the African GDP.

Seven Things the New Ethiopian Ambassador Should Know About the United States
These are not ordinary times in the United States. The upending of the status quo in American politics with the election of Donald Trump has exposed the cracks in its democratic foundation. The U.S. Congress is polarized and civil society is polarized.

Reportage from Oromiya Eastern Zone on the ongoing fight against the invasion of army worm
Tamrat Yemane Reportage from Oromiya Eastern Zone on the ongoing fight against the invasion of army worm. The area is known as a major maize growing area. Tamrat has a chance to sit down for an interview with Ato Sileshi Getahun Oromia Deputy President - August 29 2017. Reportage:
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Tesfaye Lemmab08-28-17
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    Fekadu Wubete 08-28-17
  • Legacy
    Eneyew Zeleke 08-26-17
  • REST: Environmental Rehabilitation and Agricultural Development.
    G/hiwet Gebru Mekelle 08-26-17
  • Focusing on problems of the Youth
    Bereket Gebru 08-25-17
  • Ethiopia Hits the Jackpot
    Amen Teferi 08-25-17
  • Decentralization bolstering unity in diversity
    Fekadu Wubte  08-22-17
  • World Future Council Statement on Tigrai Win!
    (Amharic translation) 08-21-17
  • Southern Nation and Nationalities President Dessie Dalkie Met with Diaspora Ethiopians
    August 21, 2017
  • Official Press Release For the Newly Elected UTYNA Executive Board
    August 21, 2017
  • The struggle to develop a green economy
    Gemechu Tussa 08-21-17
  • Prime Minister Meles Zenawi: An African icon gone too soon
    Duop Chak Wuol 08-20-17
  • The struggle to develop a green economy
    Gemechu Tussa 08-21-17
  • The dust seems to finally settle down
    Bereket Gebru 08-18-17
  • Industry parks strengthening high-end manufacturing
    Gebre-Michael Asgedomm 08-18-17
  • Ethiopia, Sudan to Transform All-round Relations
    18 Aug 2017 - Addis Ababa August 17/2017
    Yohannes Gebresellasie  (Ph.d) Addis Ababa 08-18-17

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