Ethiopia:Always Readers, Always Ready!
Nowadays, the culture of reading is showing some improvements. Several reasons have contributed to the improvement. Globalization and the ensuing technological advancement have the… Read more »
Ethiopia:High Time to Fight Non-Communicable Diseases
Ethiopia's tremendous success in curbing the expansion of communicable diseases as per of the Millennium Development Goals is still in everyone's short-term memory. Of course, the… Read more »
Ethiopia:Transferring Technology, Improving Lives
In this highly sophisticated world, the role of technology is massive. Nowadays, technology allows anyone to do things, which once were unimaginable or impractical, so easily. In… Read more »
Ethiopia:Will More Women Climb Education Leadership Ladder?
Ministry of Education has planned to increase the share of women leadership in education by 25 percent this fiscal year. However, the viability of the goal relays on all… Read more »
East Africa:Cooperation On Nile Is a Must, Not an Option - CEO
Cooperating on transboundary water is a must, not an option said Fekiahmed Negash, CEO of Eastern Nile Technical Regional Office (ENTRO), when speaking about Nile-sharing… Read more »
Ethiopia:Why Call Ethiopia an 'African Tiger'?
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,… Read more »
Ethiopia:Due Attention to Occupation Safety and Health
The rapid economic growth of Ethiopia during the past ten years has been paving the way towards industrialization. Several investors and companies from different parts of the world… Read more »
Ethiopia:Company Commences Aluminum Export
An Ethiopian aluminum company - B&C Aluminum PLC - is to start exporting aluminum products to Egypt. Read more »
Ethiopia:Informal Channels Raise Red Flag On Forex Earning
Beset by the ever expanding informal channels of remittance, Ethiopia may continue to grapple with shortage of hard currency unless swift and collective measures are put in place,… Read more »
Ethiopia:EPU to Finalize Power Supply Upgrading This Year
Ethiopian Power Utility (EPU) said the multimillion dollar power distribution capacity building, updating and upgrading project it has been undertaking to reduce duration and… Read more »
Ethiopia:Call for Easing Airport Check in Process in Midst of Rising Demand
Sabre Corporation, a travel technology company advises African airline companies to improve check in process at terminals with the youngest population from UK and US showing… Read more »
Hawasa is a remarkable piece of nature's work. The town's spectacular views and shores of its lakes together with the peculiar landscapes and moderate weather, do not only inspire… Read more »
Ethiopia:Reducing Power Outage!
While Ethiopia has made significant strides in improving production of electric power, the distribution of the available power supply requires quick remedy as frequent power outage… Read more »
Ethiopia:TVETs Providing Competent Human Capital
The TVET program has been playing a significant role in achieving the country's transformation to industry-led economy by providing skilled manpower in various fields. Read more »
Ethiopia:Forum Eyes Enhanced National Metrology, Hydrology Services
African Ministerial Council on Meteorology (AMCOMET), Africa Hydromet Forum 2017 aims to improve the capability of national hydrology and meteorology and services of African… Read more »
Ethiopia:Foreign Policy - a Centerpiece for Nation's Peace, Development
Ethiopia's current Foreign Policy has been the cornerstone in bringing peace and stability as well as economic development to the country by redefining poverty, rather than… Read more »
Ethiopia:You May Procrastinate but Do It Now, Not Tomorrow!
Procrastination is my sin, Read more »
Ethiopia:The Persistent Issue of Human Trafficking
Since the days of Derge's policy of red terror and the ill-fated armed struggle of the Ethiopian People's Revolutionary Party (EPRP), there has been an exodus of Ethiopian youth… Read more »
Ethiopia:Nation's Long Journey Knows No Letup
The gloomy past, for ages, which eclipsed citizens' mood and emasculated them from developmental thrust is readying its baggage to backpedal. This generation that could not snatch… Read more »
Ethiopia:Ethiopia's New Transport Hope
Without a shadow of doubt, transport plays a major role in smoothing the progress of a given country for the most part in bolstering the economy of a given country and changing the… Read more »
Ethiopia:New Year an Occasion for Reiterating National Peace
In the just ensued New Year, every Ethiopian will be responsible to strengthening national peace and security, stressed religious fathers. Read more »
Ethiopia:A Year of Bliss and Peace
A new year marks the backpedaling of the old one and the ensuing of a new one. It is a moment to express good wishes of bliss and peace. What is the take of citizens in different… Read more »
Ethiopia:Art, New Year's Vibe
"With the approaching of a New Year, the holiday vibe creates a feeling that something new, a rosy future, new plans and so many great things are about to come. Moving towards a… Read more »
Ethiopia:New Year Celebration in Ethiopia
No one can deny the fact that Ethiopia is a mosaic of nations, nationalities and peoples. Above and beyond, all of them live in harmony irrespective of race, religion, age, sex,… Read more »
(Last time we had seen a background information about GERD. In this part we will see the fund soliciting Work in Wolaita Sodo Zone and the trophy that was there for the same… Read more »
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