ECA Chief Repeats Call for Debt Cancellation to Help Ebola-Affected Countries

In a statement delivered at the opening of the 26th Ordinary Session of the African Union Executive Council on Monday Jan. 26th, Carlos Lopes, the Executive Secretary of the... Read more »

Ethiopia Appreciated Chinese Contribution to Pacify Regional Tension

Addis Ababa (HAN) January 27, 2015- Public diplomacy, Regionalism and Regional Weekly Security Series on Eritrea and Ethiopia. Foreign Minister Dr. Tedros Adhanom held a bilateral meeting with Zhang Ming,... Read more »

Ethiopia, Egypt FMs assess ‘technical progress’ on Nile dam

“Since the Malabo meeting, we have agreed to conduct a regular discussion at all levels, both technical and political,” Adhanom told a joint press conference in Addis Ababa following... Read more »

Ethiopia seeks Qatari investment

Ethiopian Ambassador Mesganu Arga Moach and minister Shibru Mamo Kedida with Barwa Real Estate acting CEO Ahmed Abdulla al-Abdulla at his office.   Ethiopia is exploring the possibility of... Read more »

Women Get More Space in Agricultural Cooperatives

The involvement of women in farmers’ cooperatives has increased to 78,000 people from 122,987. USAID Agricultural Growth Program- Agribusiness and Market Development (AGP-AMD) in collaboration with the Federal Cooperative... Read more »

Poverty Declines in Ethiopia With Little Help From Industry

By Fasika Tadesse Acknowledging the improvement of poverty reduction in Ethiopia, the latest report of the World Bank (WB) revealed that the poverty level in Ethiopia had declined from... Read more »

Meklit Hadero

Born in Ethiopia Meklit Hadero was raised in the US. She holds a BA in Political Science from Yale University but she is globally known as a singer/song writer.... Read more »

Ethiopia: Censorship “We need to know what’s happening in Addis Ababa“

Addis Ababa (HAN) January 27, 2015- Public diplomacy and National Security Issues. Ethiopia is the second most populous country in Africa, but poor infrastructure and a government monopoly over the... Read more »

Ethiopia’s women vow to turn tide of violence, rape and murder

Tejnesh Leweg’neh, a 15-year-old from Ethiopia’s mountainous northern Shoa region, was abducted by three men on her way to market in October. They tried to force her to agree... Read more »

Sisi Goes to Addis Ababa

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