Ethiopia’s Capability of Resisting Drought

opinion By Tsegay Hagos Ethiopia had been associated with war and drought for many years. Because of this, its name was highly tarnished, often mentioned in the western media as an impoverished... Read more »

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 in arid areas... Read more »

Ethiopia: Cultivating Rice in Arid Areas, Its Prospects

By Abebe Wolde Giorgis Studies indicate that rice is consumed by the half of the world population and it is also a staple food in the middle east and in Asia. In... Read more »

Ethiopia Gave Safety Studies of Main Nile Dam to Egypt : Ministry of Water Resources

Irrigation ministers of Egypt, Sudan, and Ethiopia have adopted the criteria and conditions under which an international consultancy will be formed to conduct the two studies recommended by the committee of experts... Read more »

Ethiopia Expects Decision on World Bank Funding for Nile Basin Irrigation This Week

Ethiopia expects the World Bank to decide this week whether to provide an additional $60 million of funding for an irrigation project in its Nile Basin, a Water and Energy Ministry official... Read more »