Thursday, July 25, 2024

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Mihret Moges

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Boeing to open Addis Ababa office in 2024

Henok Teferra appointed Africa managing director American manufacturing giant Boeing has announced plans to open an office in Addis Ababa early next year. Former Ethiopian...

Ethiopia ranks among best performers in Tobacco Interference Index

The Africa Tobacco Industry Interference Index (ATII) in its 2023 survey ranked Ethiopia among countries with the lowest rates of tobacco industry interference in...

AU election observers’ team in Addis Ababa

The African Union Election Observers' team was present at polling stations 4 & 5 of Kirkos sub-city. Former Nigerian President Olusegun Obasanjo led the team.

MinT, European Commission sign agreement enabling digital reform

The Ministry of Technology and Innovation (MinT) and the European Commission have signed an agreement for the implementation of a project that will enable digital reforms under the Ease of Doing Business (EoDB) program.

COVID-19 to increase humanitarian needs by 40 percent, UN reports

The United Nations Global Humanitarian Overview 2021 indicated that the Coronavirus pandemic will push the number of people in need of humanitarian assistance to new heights. 

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.'

MasterCard backs Ministry for COVID-19 Response

The Ministry of Innovation and Technology, with the support of MasterCard Foundation, has launched a project that will help digital innovations for COVID-19 response. 

Pregnant women face discrimination in recruitment, research shows

Women earn less salary By Mihret Moges The findings of a draft research on working conditions of women employees in 20 major flower producers, textile, leather and hide processing companies in Amhara, Oromia and Southern regional states in Ethiopia proves that, there are discriminatory recruitment practices against women on the grounds of pregnancy and maternal status.