FEATURE-Does a struggling Ethiopian model town offer lessons for the future?

BURANEST, Ethiopia, Nov 22 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – A group of shepherds amble slowly down the main thoroughfare of Buranest, a tiny village in a far-flung corner of northern... Read more »

Ethiopia plans higher compensation for farmers’ land loss – Coastweek

Ethiopia plans higher compensation for farmers’ land lossCoastweekADDIS ABABA Ethiopia (Xinhua) — Ethiopia has prepared a draft proclamation that will ensure farmers who lost their plots for development be... Read more »

Ethiopia: Agriculture That Goes Beyond Ensuring Food Security

By Misael Lemma For more than a decade, Ethiopia has been enjoying fast economic growth which improved the living standard of citizens both in rural and urban areas. Particularly,... Read more »

Concern as flower farmers relocate to Ethiopia :: Kenya

From Left: Institute of Human Resource Management Chairman Elijah Stimah, Nakuru Governor Lee Kinyanjui and Institute of Human Resource Management Executive director Dorcas Wainaina IN SUMMARY According to Governor Kinyanjui,... Read more »

Farmer finds inspiration in Ethiopia

BECKIE WILSON [email protected] Exploring rural Ethiopia has given Mauriceville’s Alan Stuart tips on how he can farm when the region’s predicted climate change effects kick in. A recent NIWA... Read more »

Ethiopia: Smart Interventions to Transform Agriculture Sector

By Alazar Shiferaw Integrating various agricultural inputs, implementing ecology based selective farming and adapting modern technologies are the major tools in facilitating the agriculture sector transformation. Apparently, in the... Read more »

Warming Brews Big Trouble in Coffee Birthplace Ethiopia

By Damian Carrington, The Guardian Global warming is likely to wipe out half of the coffee growing area in Ethiopia, the birthplace of the bean, according to a groundbreaking new... Read more »

Warming Brews Big Trouble in Coffee Birthplace Ethiopia

By Damian Carrington, The Guardian Global warming is likely to wipe out half of the coffee growing area in Ethiopia, the birthplace of the bean, according to a groundbreaking new... Read more »

Ethiopia: Reconnecting With Nature for Holistic Healing

By Wakuma Kudama The American writer, Sidney Sheldon, the seventh-best-selling fiction author of all time, once advised his readers, “Try to leave the Earth a better place than when... Read more »

Ethiopia: Nation’s Environmental Conservation Effort Exemplary

By Homa Mulisa About five years ago, someone who traveled to Tigray State, northern Ethiopia, would see men and women in different villages carrying blocks of stones to build... Read more »