Cardano and Ethiopian Government to Introduce Agritech Blockchain

The Ethiopian government has recently struck a deal with Cardano (ADA) to work together on finding ways to use blockchain technology to improve the agritech industry. The collaboration will focus particularly on... Read more »

Ethiopia Explores Blockchain Role in Tracking Coffee Exports

Ethiopia is exploring the use of blockchain technology to track the supply chain for its largest export, coffee. For the effort, the East African nation has partnered with blockchain research and development... Read more »

Ethiopia pardons 361 suspects of violence last year – Xinhua

ADDIS ABABA, Dec. 25 (Xinhua) — Ethiopia’s Southern regional state on Monday pardoned 361 suspects who had been charged with involvement in deadly riots in October 2016. Seifu Keneso, Attorney General for... Read more »

Princess Mette-Marit of Norway in Ethiopia

She is known for her warm and gracious nature.  So it is of little surprise Princess Mette-Marit of Norway and her husband Crown Prince Haakon made sure to visit patients during a visit... Read more »

An Ethiopian treat on the London restaurant scene – London

Forks of London is a monthly feature on CBC Radio’s London Morning. Kylene Walker is a food blogger with no connection to the local restaurant industry. She likes to dine out and have... Read more »

Ethiopia’s coffee industry threatened by climate change | Ethiopia News

Global warming is affecting the lives of an estimated 15 million Ethiopian farmers, who heavily rely on the coffee industry for their livelihood.  Ethiopia is Africa’s largest coffee producer and ranks fifth... Read more »

5 facts about Ethiopia | IOL

Ethiopia is a country with distinct history and culture. Here are some facts of the country that you should know: 1. The country was discovered in 980 B.C. making it one of... Read more »

Study: Climate Change To Wipe Out Half Of Ethiopia’s Coffee-Growing Area

Agriculture Published on June 30th, 2017 | by James Ayre June 30th, 2017 by James Ayre  The birthplace of coffee, Ethiopia, is likely to lose up... Read more »

Column: 'If Ethiopia started to develop its coffee industry, it could trade its way out of poverty' –

My News Personalise your news feed by choosing your favourite topics of interest Create your own newsfeed Choose 3 or more topics that you want to see. Read More News Here Source... Read more »

Mission trip to Ethiopia was no spring break – La Crosse Tribune

ONALASKA — When others are heading to Florida or the Bahamas, Kelly Barton was part of a Global Partners mission team to Ethiopia. Barton, vice president of operations at Gundersen Health System,... Read more »