Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan have chosen two French firms to conduct fresh studies on the impact of Ethiopia's Grand Renaissance Dam.
Only Ethiopians Determine On GERD Realization - Office
Ethiopian Herald, 13 February 2016
Without causing any harm or impacts on the lower Nile basin countries, the dam is being constructed to generate hydro power. Read more »
Diplomatic Reluctance Over Renaissance Dam Risks Historic Gains
Addis Fortune, 4 January 2016
History has it that the Nile River, considered the longest river system in the world, has been the major cause of animosity between Ethiopia and Egypt. Sudan, another major… Read more »
Ethiopia, Egypt, Sudan Announce Consent in Applying GERD Principles
Ethiopian Herald, 31 December 2015
The agreement is a step forward towards finalizing and reaching agreement on the nomination of the two consultancy firms. Read more »
Is Al-Jazeera More Concerned About GERD Than Egypt, Sudan?
Ethiopian Herald, 10 January 2016
In its recent TV programme, Inside Story, Al-Jazeera hosed a televised debate with a title: "Is the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam as a source of cooperation or conflict?" The… Read more »
Nile Is Not Only Source of Life but Also Source of Cooperation
Ethiopian Herald, 5 January 2016
Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia announced on Tuesday that they have "reached a consensus over the next steps" of the establishment of Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam after 11 rounds of… Read more »
French Companies to Assess Impact of Ethiopian Dam
East African, 30 December 2015
Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan have named two French firms to conduct fresh studies on the impact of Ethiopia's Grand Renaissance Dam. Read more »
Artist's impression of the Renaissance Dam, under construction on the Blue Nile in Ethiopia.
Egypt, Ethiopia, Sudan Sign New Deal On Nile Dam
Al Jazeera, 30 December 2015
Egypt, Ethiopia, and Sudan have signed an agreement finalising the two firms tasked with carrying out studies on the potential impact of Ethiopia's Grand Renaissance Dam on the… Read more »
Ethiopia, Sudan and Egypt Reach Agreement On Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD)
Ethiopia Government, 30 December 2015
Ministers of water and foreign affairs of Ethiopia, Sudan and Egypt on Tuesday (December 29) have reached agreements pertaining to the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD)… Read more »
A Reminder Call for Ethiopian Diaspora On the GERD
Ethiopia has embarked on an ambitions Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) project. This ambitious project is achievable because the government and the people of Ethiopia have… Read more »
Agreement On Renaissance Dam to Be Signed in February - Minister
Egypt Online, 30 December 2015
Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia have agreed to sign the agreement on the Renaissance Dam consultancy works in February 1, 2016, the Egyptian minister of Water Resources and Irrigation… Read more »
Renaissance Dam Talks Approach Agreement On Some Points - Sources
Aswat Masriya, 28 December 2015
Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan are nearing agreements on some points connected to the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam, sources said on Monday. Read more »
Discussions focused on developing bilateral relations in the economic and investment fields and the progress of the Grand Renaissance Dam. Read more »
The construction of the dam has encouraged saving, perseverance and, above all changed the image of the country, a government official says.
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Marking four years since construction of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam began, the head of the power utility, Azeb Asenake, says the most challenging part of the mechanical ... Read more »
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