Eritrean officials visit Ethiopia for first time in 20 years

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionAthletes joined the welcome for the Eritreans The first high-level Eritrean delegation to visit Ethiopia in decades has arrived for a meeting which could... Read more »

Ethiopia’s Abiy Ahmed is transforming the country in just a few months

On Tuesday (June 5), the government made three major and politically consequential announcements: it lifted the state of emergency imposed shortly after former Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn resigned, announced plans to liberalize... Read more »

WHO Ethiopia Annual Report 2017 – Ethiopia

“This report documents the 2017 work of the WHO country team for ETHIOPIA – the focus and achievements of the country team made possible by the extraordinary support of the WHO Regional... Read more »

Ethiopia: A Transparent Approach to University President Selection

Overshadowed by the country’s political crisis, a positive development in the Ethiopian higher education seems to go unnoticed. Following a 2017 directive issued by the Ministry of Education (MoE), public universities have... Read more »

Ethiopia: Ancient land beset by long-running divisions

Paris – A cradle of mankind, modern-day Ethiopia is riven by ethnic tensions, gripped by anti-government rebellions and now under a state of emergency. Here are some key facts about Africa’s second... Read more »

Ethiopia Launches Wind Energy Dev’t Roadmap

The government of Ethiopia in collaboration with the Danish Energy Agency has published a roadmap for the development of wind farms. The Roadmap will enable the mobilization of private investments much needed... Read more »

Ethiopia moves towards achieving food security

Ethiopia is on course to realising food security that has evaded most African countries. Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalagne says the country is currently providing 10% of its annual budget to the agriculture... Read more »

“Tanan Kaygna, Ethiopian Kaygna”: Our Tana, our Ethiopia

protest By Worku Aberra In the history of a people’s struggle against oppression, seemingly innocuous events trigger a movement for fundamental change. Rosa Parks’ refusal to give up her seat in a... Read more »

Ethiopia: United We Stand Divided We Fall

editorial With the aura of invincibility forefathers had bequeathed to posterity a country with a sacrosanct sovereignty and territorial integrity. They were cherishing love and respect for each other. One virtue ascribable... Read more »

Ethiopia Progresses in Hunger Reduction

By Desta Gebrehiwot The 2017 Global Hunger Index (GHI) report reveals that Ethiopia is caught between slight progress in overall hunger reduction and high child stunting that stands at 38 percent. The... Read more »