Ethiopian Disability Rights Advocate Champions Opportunities for Women

Yetnebersh Nigussie had opportunities other girls in rural Ethiopia can only dream of. Unlike her peers growing up in Wollo province, Nigussie wasn’t married off as a young girl or forced to... Read more »

Huawei Helps AATVET of Ethiopia Build First Vocational Education Interconnected ICT Network

SHENZHEN, China, Dec. 18, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Alage Agricultural, Technical, Vocational, and Educational Training College (AATVET), located in Addis Ababa, is affiliated with the Ethiopian Ministry of Education, and oversees Ethiopia’s 331... Read more »

Ethiopia: Tablets Use to Access Reading Materials

By Leulseged Worku Lack of books or other reading materials is a common problem for most African countries. Ethiopia is not exception in this regard. What is more, inadequate internet infrastructural provision... Read more »

Manale Dagnew’s New Designs Support Girls’ Education in Ethiopia at Tadias Magazine

Spotlight: Manale Dagnew’s New Designs Support Girls’ Education in Ethiopia Published by Tadias Magazine October 16th, 2017 in Featured. Ethiopian designer Manale Dagnew’s new collection of accessories are produced with motifs and... Read more »

Conversation with founder of Education for Ethiopia

MASON While juggling a full class schedule at Mason High School and participating in extracurricular activities, Kaleab Jegol found time to launch a nonprofit to support educational initiatives in Ethiopia. “Now typical... Read more »

Iraq must invest in education to secure its future | Iraq

Even though 200,000 people – 85,000 of them children – continue to be trapped in the violence raging in west Mosul’s Old City area, work is ongoing to re-open 47 schools in... Read more »

Turkish NGO to take over FETO schools

ANKARA  A Turkish state-supported NGO is gearing up to take over schools in Ethiopia linked to the group blamed for last year’s defeated coup in Turkey, said NGO officials. “We have started... Read more »

Ethiopia: Higher Learning Institutions in Sustaining Growth

By Leulseged Worku Twenty years ago Ethiopia was a country at the verge of disintegration and absolute poverty. For that reason, as a remedial action the then Transnational Government was aiming at... Read more »

Rwanda, Ethiopia Expand Areas of Cooperation

By James Karuhanga Rwanda and Ethiopia agreed on new areas of cooperation at a meeting which concluded in Kigali on Tuesday, an official who attended the two-day session said. The new areas... Read more »

Ethiopia: Intellectual Genocide in the Making? | –

Graduates of Bahir Dar University Medical Science File Photo Credit Bahir Dar University By Girma Berhanu* Editor’s Note: The following is an abstract and summary of the full length paper written by... Read more »