Egypt and Ethiopia Smooth Tensions Over Nile Dam

More From Our Site CAIRO—Officials from Ethiopia, Egypt and Sudan on Wednesday made progress after months of acrimony over how to share the waters of the Nile river, smoothing... Read more »

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... Read more »

Somalia floods displace thousands: Ethiopia, Djibouti troops help in evacuation

Central Somalia has experienced heavy rains which have flooded parts of the country. The resultant effect has been the displacement of thousands. The United Nations estimates that almost half... Read more »

Ethiopia: Periodic Monitoring Report 2017 Humanitarian Requirements Document (Covering 1 Jan to 31 Dec 2017) – Ethiopia

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY • Food Cluster: 8.5 million emergency beneficiaries and 4.5 m ex-public work clients received emergency food commodities.During the last quarter of 2017, IDPs were also targeted for... Read more »

Explainer: Egypt fears losing water supply to Ethiopia mega-dam | News

Ministers from Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia are holding talks over disputes related to the world’s longest river. Egypt, which depends on the Nile for water, is worried about a... Read more »

WASH Cluster – Ethiopia: General Overview Dashboard, February 2018 – Ethiopia

All info-graphics and numbers are based on the WASH Cluster’s 4W monthly reporting tool Information presented in this dashboard reflects only data from partners that shared information with the... Read more »

Horn of Africa Drought Response Issue No. 09 (February 2018) – Ethiopia

With below average rains experienced across the region, some locations in the Horn of Africa are expected to continue to drive humanitarian needs for the next six months. A... Read more »

Ethiopia: Pipeline update and activity mapping (as of 14 March 2018) – Ethiopia

Following the EHCT decision not to invest in permanent water infrastructure in Qoloji IDP sites, the water trucking requirements could increase if Government camp closure plans are delayed. Given... Read more »

Ethiopia adopts Israeli health-ed plan to fight snail fever

More than 80 percent of schoolchildren in the Bench Maji zone of southwest Ethiopia are affected by schistosomiasis, commonly known as “snail fever.” The disease is caused by parasitic... Read more »

Local Rotarian part of water project in Ethiopia – News – Shelby Star

Half a world away, thousands of people will have access to clean water thanks to a Rotary project with local ties. Shelby Rotarian and Past District Governor Allen... Read more »