Ethiopia: Struggling Drought Impacts Through Irrigation Projects

By Tsegaye Tilahun Ethiopia has been implementing an extensive development of water resources, which includes constructing several dams and reservoirs. Reservoirs are also vital in the infrastructure and prerequisite... Read more »

Goats and Soda : NPR

The modest proposal: Keep your daughter in school for two years and don’t marry her off and you’ll get a goat or two chickens. The animals pictured above live... Read more »

Mike Coffman’s Success Might Come From Aurora Ethiopian Community Support

In today’s highly partisan political landscape, crossover votes are becoming less and less common. But one Colorado congressman has successfully navigated political polarization and redistricting to successive victories, despite... Read more »

Ethiopian Disability Advocate Yetnebersh Nigussie Receives Right Livelihood Award

Yetnebersh Nigussie [Deutsche Welle] The Ethiopian lawyer spoke with DW about the importance of education and supporting the disability community in Africa and around the world. The award honors... Read more »

Ethiopia: “If people don’t understand what we do, they will never come to our health centres”

Roberto Wright anthropologist is part of MSF’s emergency team in Ethiopia’s Somali region. Anthropologist Roberto Wright is working in Ethiopia’s Somali region to help MSF reach and be accepted... Read more »

Ethiopia’s NW region pardons 1,981 prisoners ahead of New Year – Xinhua

ADDIS ABABA, Sept. 5 (Xinhua) — Ethiopia’s northwestern Amhara regional state on Tuesday granted amnesty for 1,981 prisoners ahead of the upcoming Ethiopian New Year, which starts on September... Read more »

Two Ethiopian Opposition Parties Announce Merger Plans

August 27, 2017 – Two Ethiopian main opposition groups, the All Ethiopian Union Party (AEUP) and Blue Party (Blue), briefed the diplomatic community about their proposed merger. Attendees appreciated... Read more »

Ethiopia Fest Chicago 2017 Ready for Enkutatash Celebration at Tadias Magazine

(Image courtesy: The Ethiopian Community Association of Chicago) Tadias MagazineBy Tadias Staff August 17th, 2017 New York (TADIAS) — Enkutatash is around the corner and so is the fourth... Read more »

Taste of Ethiopia 2017 brings together food, culture and role models in the immigrant community — The Know from The Denver Post

Meselech Kebed pours servings of traditional Ethiopian coffee from a clay pot for patrons to taste at the Taste of Ethiopia festival on Aug. 5, 2017 in Denver at... Read more »

Taste of Ethiopia brings together food, culture and role models in the immigrant community

Denver isn’t in the dark about Ethiopian food. In some cities, Ethiopian cuisines are a niche market for adventurous foodies. But Colorado has become a hub for African-inspired restaurants serving... Read more »