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 annual Ethiopia Fest... 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 Parkfield Lake Park.... 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 the country’s famous... Read more »

Ethiopia to issue IDs for Rastafarian community

By AFPMore by this Author Ethiopia’s foreign ministry said Friday it will issue identification cards to Rastafarians, granting rights to a community that has long complained of living in limbo in their... Read more »

Ethiopia’s Tedros takes office: Tasks ahead for the non-physician who leads WHO

Global healthcare chalked a piece of history on May 23, 2017, with the election of Ethiopia’s Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus as new head of the World Health Organization (WHO). The epoch-making feat of... Read more »

Ethiopia: Ensuring Fair Wealth Distribution Via Avoiding Resource Curse

By Sintayehu Tamirat Among the potential causes of conflict is unjust distribution of wealth generated from the resources. Hence, it is wise enough to examine the existing laws and their practices to... Read more »

Land restoration in Ethiopia: ‘This place was abandoned … This is incredible to me’

Water is now abundant in Gergera after “treatment” of the catchment with gabions, planting of trees and elephant grass, and natural regeneration of vegetation Photograph: Cathy Watson/ICRAF By Cathy Watson A project... Read more »

Land restoration in Ethiopia: ‘This place was abandoned … This is incredible to me’ | Global Development Professionals Network

Ethiopia is suffering from severe drought, but there is water in Gergera. 20 years of restoring its hills and river valley has brought life back to this area of the Tigray region... Read more »

The Vineyard Gazette – Martha’s Vineyard News

Utopia exists here on earth. According to filmmaker Salem Mekuria, it’s a small community in northern Ethiopia called Awra Amba. The village is the subject of Ms. Mekuria’s documentary film titled Awra... Read more »

Ethiopia’s First Botanic Garden Has Global Ambitions for Its Flora

The Gullele Botanic Garden. (Photo: Maheder Haileselassie Tadese/Mongabay) When Ethiopia’s first botanic garden was established six years ago, few Ethiopians knew of country’s flora heritage. But with agro-ecological zones ranging from 125... Read more »