Abu Dhabi allocates Dh11b development aid for Ethiopia

Fund deposits Dh3.7 billion in Ethiopia’s central bank during Mohammad Bin Zayed’s visit Shaikh Mohammad Bin Zayed Al Nahyan and Abiy Ahmad, Prime Minister of Ethiopia, tour the Jubilee Palace in Addis... Read more »

Ethiopia: US$280.4 million required for prioritized life-saving interventions – Ethiopia

(Addis Ababa, 24 May 2018): The Government of Ethiopia and humanitarian partners have released updated immediate humanitarian funding priorities, highlighting the most critical gaps in the Ethiopia Humanitarian and Disaster Resilience Plan... Read more »

Ethiopia: Drought – Emergency Appeal Revision 3, n° MDRET016 – Ethiopia

Summary This revised Emergency Appeal seeks a total of some 6,108,307 Swiss francs (reduced from 13,686,550 Swiss francs) to enable the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) to... Read more »

Ethiopia: Immediate Humanitarian Funding Priorities, 23 February, 2018 – Ethiopia

Overview The 2018 Ethiopia Humanitarian and Disaster Resilience Plan (HDRP) for Ethiopia is expected to be launched in the coming days (currently under review by the DRM Council of Ministers). In advance... Read more »

Ethiopia is new chair of Nile-basin council of ministers

Seleshi Bekele, the Ethiopian minister for Water, has replaced his Ugandan counterpart Sam Cheptoris as chairman of the Nile Basin Council of Ministers (Nile-COM).   Bekele, chosen last Thursday, will hold... Read more »

Bible translations in Ethiopia need funding

Ethiopia (MNN) – In the Horn of Africa is the mountainous country of Ethiopia — a country that’s home to 88 living languages. Most of these languages, though, do not have a... Read more »

Ethiopia: Ensuring Fair Wealth Distribution Via Avoiding Resource Curse

By Sintayehu Tamirat Among the potential causes of conflict is unjust distribution of wealth generated from the resources. Hence, it is wise enough to examine the existing laws and their practices to... Read more »

Starvation looms as food runs out in drought-hit Ethiopia

Families of nomadic herders such as Halimo’s are central to the economy of Ethiopia’s southeastern Somali region. The drought has deprived goats, sheep and donkeys of water, killing them or making them... Read more »

Civil Society Under Assault: Repression and Responses in Russia, Egypt, and Ethiopia

Table of Contents The closing of civic space has become a defining feature of political life in an ever-increasing number of countries. Civil society organizations worldwide are facing systematic efforts to reduce... Read more »

Ethiopia: Activities and Resources Available for Nutrition in Drought Affected Areas (as of 03 April 2017) – Ethiopia

The cluster projects 303,000 children with SAM will be treated in 2017; of these, 130,000 SAM cases in IOD affected woredas in Somali, parts of SNNP, Oromia and Afar regions. The cost... Read more »