Sunday, June 16, 2024
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Neamin Ashenafi

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278 ARTICLE

Charities, societies complain of ‘shortage’ of funds

Charities and Societies that are engaged in supporting different people across the country complained that shortage of finance is preventing them from executing their day-to-day activities. The shortage of finance is mainly associated with the enactment of the Charities and Societies Proclamation back in 2009.

Media council elects chairs of general assembly

The Ethiopian Media Council – the first of its kind in Ethiopia – conducted its second general assembly meeting on Thursday by electing its chairman, vice chairman and secretary of the general assembly.

AAU to slash undergrad programs

Addis Ababa University (AAU) – the oldest university in the country – revealed that it is set to focus more on graduate programs at the end of its five-year strategic plan (2016- 2020).

Parties call for swift dialogue with gov’t

Two opposition political parties, which took part in last year's elections, requested the government to handle the recent unrest in different parts of the Oromia Regional State and other parts of the country through proper dialogue and employ all the necessary peaceful mechanisms. The parties also condemned the way the government handled the problem.

MoE ink USD 20 million project with Inspur Group

The Ministry of Education (MoE) and the Chinese Inspur Group Limited Company have inked a 20-million-dollar project agreement that aims to help prov ide quality education in 300 secondary schools and 10 universities in different regions of the country using modern information technology system of cloud infrastructures.

Contractors amend bylaws after two decades

Construction Contractors Association of Ethiopia (CCAE), which was established in 1991 to alleviate obstacles facing contractors and help them play their appropriate role in the development of the construction industry, amended its bylaws, which served the association for the past 24 years.

Cancellation of planned demonstration annoys Medrek

The Ethiopian Federal Democratic Unity Forum (Medrek) severely criticized the Addis Ababa City Administration and the ruling party over the repetitive cancellations of planned demonstrations and public meetings in Addis Ababa where that the party had planned to express its concern over the current issues across the country.

Swedish pop, jazz, soul sensation @ African Jazz Village

The Swedish pop, jazz and soul sensation, Kristin Amparo, is scheduled to perform on June 13 at African Jazz Village.

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