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Accelerating progress towards the SDGs in Africa: focusing on three thematic priorities

I was recently invited to attend the event co-hosted by UNU-WIDER and the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia,...

Celebrating the Legacy of a pioneer: Yusuf Omer Abdi (PhD)

The Ethiopian Counseling Association recently convened to honor the remarkable career and contributions of Yusuf Omer (PhD). On January 13, 2024, at the Institute...

Is Ethiopia Africa’s sleeping fintech giant?

The fintech sector has been one of Africa’s biggest technology success stories. According to one report, the continent’s 678 fintech startups raised more than...

Walking the talk: Taking responsibility for social change

Last week, while giving spare change to a homeless person, I forgot to take a selfie. Who knows how many likes I would have...

New Deals Open Old Wounds in the Horn of Africa

The New Year has already brought a rapidly deteriorating security outlook to the Horn of Africa. The year kicked off with news of a...

Empowering Youth and Women: Showcasing Innovative Sheep Fattening Practices in Amhara, Ethiopia

In the heart of Basona Worena district of the Amhara Region in Ethiopia, a transformative narrative unfolded in the villages of Abamote and Gudoberet....

Ethiopia’s MoU with Somaliland: A case of diplomacy gone awry

Recently, we witnessed a signing ceremony of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for sea access between the Ethiopian Prime Minister and the de facto...

Ethiopia in troubled waters

A year ago, the world was celebrating the signing of agreements to end the brutal war waged in Ethiopia’s Tigray region from late 2020...

The Horn of Africa States: Surviving the manipulations

The relations among great powers and regional leaders are getting increasingly tough, antagonistic, and undeterminable as to how they would end. This leaves the...

Ethiopia and the myth of inequality and xenophobic violence

In discussions about the xenophobic attitudes and violence towards black African migrants in South Africa, the dominant and taken-for-granted hypothesis is that socio-economic inequality...

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