Ethiopia’s scheme to help the poor is setting an example

TSIDE ZEWIDE has lived in the shadow of the national palace in Addis Ababa for more than 50 years. Since her husband died four years ago the 73-year-old has cared for three... Read more »

Bekoji: The Ethiopian town that’s home to world-class athletes | Ethiopia News

Bekoji is a small, rural town in central Ethiopia, and at least eight Olympic medallists, world title and world record holders come from there. Their accomplishments are inspiring a new generation to... Read more »

Ethiopia unveils 375 mln USD national electric power project – Xinhua

File photo shows the 230 kv Ashegoda Wind Power Project substation near Mekelle Town, 783 km north of Addis Ababa, capital of Ethiopia, Oct. 25, 2013. The project generates 120 MW of... Read more »

Community invited to Rise Up’s Taste of Ethiopia | Arts-entertainment

Rise Up is inviting the community to a Taste of Ethiopia, Thursday, Nov. 16, 5:30-8 p.m. at the NSU Jazz Lab, 315 N. Muskogee Ave. The event is free and open to... Read more »

The Insurance Provided by Ethiopian Livestock

Livestock plays a vital role in the lives of millions of rural poor smallholder farming families in sub-Saharan Africa. The importance of animals to farming fortunes really cannot be overstated. On small... Read more »

Ethiopia unveils plan to lift 7.9 million people from poverty

Ethiopia’s Minister of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Damene Darota, on Friday said the ministry planned to lift close to 7.9 million rural Ethiopians from “absolute’’ poverty. The ministry, currently evaluating major activities... Read more »

Ethiopia Eyeing Cluster Centers to Fast Track Industrialization

By Robel Yohannes Ethiopia is eyeing at strengthening its Small and Medium Scale (SMS) manufacturing industries through shared infrastructure of cluster centers, according to Federal Small and Medium Manufacturing Industry Development Agency.... Read more »

Ethiopia: Youth Bulge in Cities and Towns, its Remedies

Photo americancouncils.org By Tsegaye Tegenu Although still a majority rural country, Ethiopia has been rapidly urbanizing in the past few decades. The urban centres have increased both in size and number. In... Read more »

Mo Ibrahim Foundation’s report on Ethiopia’s unemployment: Alternative facts?

(OPride) — In a recent report entitled Africa at a Tipping Point, the Mo Ibrahim Foundation presented Ethiopia as the brightest spot – an African success story in maintaining low and stable... Read more »

Ethiopia: Finish Ambassador Commends Ethiopia for Economic Development – AllAfrica.com

Photo: AllAfrica Construction and light rail transport in Addis Ababa are signs of the fast growth of Ethiopia’s economy. By Yared Gebremeden Finland Ambassador to Ethiopia Helena Airaksinen said that Ethiopia has... Read more »