NYT details how Ethiopia became One Nation under Surveillance

Takele Alene in his home in Fendika, Ethiopia. Besides being a farmer, Mr. Alene is a senior village official, serving as both an informant and an enforcer for the country’s governing party.... Read more »

From Ethiopia To Hartford, McAlister Has Become An Ace For Trinity

He would get up when the sun rose in his small village in southern Ethiopia. There were no clocks and no watches and he didn’t know how to tell time anyway, but... Read more »

Up Close With the Tribes of Ethiopia’s Imperiled Omo Valley

With Mr. Biwa as our guide, we headed to a small village inhabited by the Hamar people. The Hamar, numbering 45,000 throughout the valley, are known to be pastoralists. The village was... Read more »

In Ethiopia, drought shoves the ordinary – even marriage – just out of reach

July 5, 2017 Shabelle Zone, Ethiopia—In another life, it would have gone like this: Duniya in a floor-length dress, something gauzy and loudly colored; Muftah tall and slender and serious beside her.... Read more »

The Vineyard Gazette – Martha’s Vineyard News

Utopia exists here on earth. According to filmmaker Salem Mekuria, it’s a small community in northern Ethiopia called Awra Amba. The village is the subject of Ms. Mekuria’s documentary film titled Awra... Read more »

Ashhurst man and runaway provide hand up to Ethiopian village … – Manawatu Standard

KAROLINE TUCKEY Last updated 23:08, March 28 2017 Warwick Smith/Stuff Amlaku Teshome, agricultural scientist from Ethiopia talks about taking his village out of poverty by increasing crop production. As he read primary school... Read more »

The Commune in Ethiopia Where Feminism is the Law – Atlas Obscura

The village center of Awra Amba. (All Photos: Zac Crellin) Tucked away between the rugged gorges and valleys of the Ethiopian highlands is an egalitarian commune that defies the norms of traditional society.... Read more »

Limalimo Lodge hotel review: a new base for exploring Ethiopia's … – The Independent

New openings in the Ethiopian Highlands are rare. When it comes to the Simien Mountains National Park, one of the richest wildlife areas in the country, visitors could previously stay either in... Read more »

Ethiopian eye-opener convinces stylist to fashion fundraiser

I don’t know what it is about hair stylists in Winnipeg, but they are among the most caring and generous people I’ve ever met. The most recent is Samantha Lacoste from Hair... Read more »

Ethiopian ‘village’ increases awareness of world need

“Shocked” is the way most of the youth described their first view of the Ethiopian village recreated in the courtyard of Hillcrest Baptist Church in Enterprise. “Authentic” is what adults who had... Read more »