The past two years had been particularly hard on Ethiopia’s tourism sector. The political unrest in Oromia, Amhara and Ethio-Somali regional states have stained the relatively peaceful Ethiopian political environment.
Muluemebet Emiru, who was the first African woman pilot almost a century ago, in her golden years became a coffee farmer in Harar, courtesy of a land donated to her by Emperor Haile-Selassie. Her grandson, Aman Adinew, is determined to continue that family legacy that was paused during the Derg when the land was nationalized by the regime as it was the norm of the time.
BGI Ethiopia is mourning the loss of one of its longest employees who was killed in Las Vegas in a domestic violent related death a week ago. Zelalem Berhanu, who worked at BGI for 25 years in various roles, rising from a typist to become an accountant, moved to the United States in 2014 with her husband and children and joined a brother who moved before her after winning a Diversity Visa.
The young fellow is wearing a simple shirt and jeans; just standing still. Not knowing what is about to come, he waits solemnly. A businessman approached him. He did not react. The businessman carelessly opened his Samsonite and brought out a green and yellow paint.
The charity group, Bright Star Relief and Development, known to operate a number of schools in the capital for vulnerable populations, including the homeless, sex workers and abandoned children hosted an early brunch and a gift-giving ceremony at the hall of the Merchandise and Wholesale Enterprise on Thursday. The group wanted to highlight the ideals of holiday; charity and brotherhood to people that are struggling during the holiday season.
The Nutrition Sensitive Agricultural Project is an integral part of the German government’s initiative One World – No Hunger. By following a unique multi-sectoral approach the project is determined to reduce malnutrition and stunting rates among the rural population in the north of Ethiopia.
It was the dying days of the summer of 2016 and a few weeks away from the Ethiopian New Year’s. Tedros Adhanom (PhD) was Ethiopia’s Foreign Minister, who had recently announced his candidacy to become the next head of the World Health Organization (WHO).
At a gathering held in Dessalegn Hotel attended by dignitaries from government, the diplomatic core and activists, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) announced the establishment of a National One Health Communications Network in Ethiopia.