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“Frank and Candid Dialogue”
“Frank and Candid Dialogue”
FDRE President Sahlework Zewde (left) and Vera Songwe (right) exchange pleasantries on their way out of a Tana Forum session (held from October 19-24, 2020) held to promote frank, relevant and candid dialogue on African security issues at the Sheraton Addis. This year’s session marks the 9th Tana Forum, albeit the event changing its usual venue in Bahir Dar city in caution of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ministry Starts Mentoring Future Women Leaders
Ministry Starts Mentoring Future Women Leaders
The Ministry of Women, Children and Youth (MOWCY) is implementing a takeover mentorship program for adolescent girls as part of this Year’s International Day of the Girl 2020 celebration under the theme: 'Empowering Girls for a Brighter Tomorrow.'
Pre-conditions impede Commission’s reconciliatory efforts
Pre-conditions impede Commission’s reconciliatory efforts
The Ethiopian Reconciliation Commission (ERC) disclosed that its efforts to mediate the current impasse between the Federal government and Tigray Regional State have been hampered by pre-conditions set by both parties before they sit at a round table.
Addis’ New Manager to focus on addressing injustice, good governance
The new General Manager of Addis Ababa City Administration, Tiratu Beyene, said that ensuring Addis Ababa becomes the city of all Ethiopian nations where no one suffers from injustice is one of his priority areas.
IMF projects Ethiopian growth to return to pre-pandemic rates by 2022
IMF projects Ethiopian growth to return to pre-pandemic rates by 2022
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has projected Ethiopia’s economic growth to contract in 2020 and 2021, with the growth returning to pre-pandemic rates by 2022.
Tension rises as Tigray accuses Central gov’t of holding up funds
Tension rises as Tigray accuses Central gov’t of holding up funds
The Tigray National Regional State has accused the federal government of holding up 285 million Birr for the regional safety net program.
House Speaker issues warning to Tigray MPs
House Speaker issues warning to Tigray MPs
The Speaker of the House of Peoples’ Representatives (HPR) has issued a warning to Members of Parliament (MPs) from the Tigray region, who have abandoned their seats after the region held elections in defiance of the federal government.

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Interview

Crawling steadily towards safe surgery in Ethiopia
Crawling steadily towards safe surgery in Ethiopia
Senait Bitew is a public health professional with a nursing background. She has worked in the health sector for more than 15 years and has managed programmes for the safer surgery non-profit - Lifebox - for the past three years.
Preserving History
Preserving History
Abel Assefa is a noted Researcher for Ethiopian Art, Culture & Heritage.
Investment in magic beans
Investment in magic beans
Sara Yirga is the founder & Manager of YA Coffee Roasters and is emerging as one of the most passionate promoters of Ethiopian coffee. Here, she talks to The Reporter’s Samuel Getachew reflecting on her local brand, on Ethiopia coffee, promoting it in the world and on helping Ethiopian women coffee entrepreneurs.
Economy of the future
Economy of the future
Raghav Prasad is the Division President for Sub-Saharan Africa with Mastercard Corporation.
Fighting an army of pests
Fighting an army of pests
​​​​​​​Habtamu Tsegaye is a Crop Value Chain Advisor with Feed the Future Value Chain Activity, a project backed and financed by the USAID across the agricultural sector.
united against sexual abuse
United against sexual abuse
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought attention to child sexual abuse as more cases are reported. A national strategy to combat the crisis is being drafted and several organizations are working on tackling the problem.

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