Peace Accord Leads to Thriving Trade on Kenya-Ethiopia Border
A Kenyan cross-border trader says once one complies with custom regulations at the border, there is nothing to fear since people from both countries and those within Kenya have an understanding of peaceful co-existence.
Nation, 11 September 2017
Trade has been good for Timiro Hussein in Moyale Town after law and order returned a few years ago. Read more »
Meres Abe, an Ethiopian businesswoman and her children sells at the Moyale open air market.
IPS, 24 July 2017
The Horn of Africa is often synonymous with extreme poverty, conflict, demographic pressure, environmental stress, and under-investment in basic social services such as health,… Read more »
The integrated cross-border program initiated by the Kenyan and Ethiopian governments is changing a narrative of internecine violence, extreme poverty, and environmental stress. Read more »