Ethiopia: Pharmaceutical Industries for Improved Medical Facility Supply

By Yohanes Jemaneh Ethiopian government nurturing pharmaceutical industry to meet local demand. The national pharmaceutical industries have increased in number through time. Today, Ethiopia has about 24 pharmaceutical manufacturers.... Read more »

Get Your Ass In Here: Ethiopian Cottage

Published Feb. 2, 2018 at 8:20 p.m. Adore that old school restaurant? That quirky bar? “Get your ass in here” is a new series highlighting original and extraordinary local... Read more »

Review: El Cerrito's Taste of Ethiopia definitely worth a visit – San Jose Mercury News

By Michelle Chan For the Contra Costa Times Once upon a time, East Bay diners in search of Ethiopian cuisine had to trek to Oakland, seeking out eateries on... Read more »

Review: El Cerrito's Taste of Ethiopia definitely worth a visit – San Jose Mercury News

By Michelle Chan For the Contra Costa Times Once upon a time, East Bay diners in search of Ethiopian cuisine had to trek to Oakland, seeking out eateries on... Read more »

Review: El Cerrito's Taste of Ethiopia definitely worth a visit – San Jose Mercury News

By Michelle Chan For the Contra Costa Times Once upon a time, East Bay diners in search of Ethiopian cuisine had to trek to Oakland, seeking out eateries on... Read more »

Review: El Cerrito's Taste of Ethiopia definitely worth a visit – San Jose Mercury News

By Michelle Chan For the Contra Costa Times Once upon a time, East Bay diners in search of Ethiopian cuisine had to trek to Oakland, seeking out eateries on... Read more »

Review: El Cerrito's Taste of Ethiopia definitely worth a visit – San Jose Mercury News

By Michelle Chan For the Contra Costa Times Once upon a time, East Bay diners in search of Ethiopian cuisine had to trek to Oakland, seeking out eateries on... Read more »

Ethiopia: holy days and highland rock churches

But it is that drive that sticks in my mind. It was market day in Lalibela and, as our charming and indefatigable guide Sammy Tilahun told us, people walked... Read more »

As Americans Embrace Ethio­pian Food, Its Farmers Grow more Teff

It’s almost midnight, but Zelalem Injera, an Ethio­pian bread factory housed in a cavelike Northeast Washington warehouse, is wide awake. As its 30-foot-long injera machine hums, Ethio­pian American businessman... Read more »

Time travellers, Comparing Ethiopia

Hilary Bradt, founder of Bradt guides, first visited Ethiopia in 1976, and wrote home about fleas, unrest and staggering beauty. How different would it be now? In 1976 I... Read more »