Friday, April 19, 2024

Author Name

Senait Feseha

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Women and Guleet by Tadesse Mesfin

“I am obsessed with these women,” said Tadesse Mesfin as he pointed towards the brown skinned women with long necks and slender bodies.

Water for Wukro

The ONE WASH Plus Programme, which is fully funded by UK’s DFID, is implemented by UNICEF in collaboration with the Ethiopian Ministry of Water, Irrigation and Electricity, regional sector bureaus, and the Water Resource Development Fund.

Facing breast cancer head on

Can remembering the shape and feel of breasts save lives? Although appealing in theory, researches have never proved that breast self-examination minimizes the risk of dying of breast cancer.  

A drinking club, with a running problem

The US-based TV network, CNN, called it “The age-old tradition of getting tipsy and running amok.” It is officially christened the Hash House Harriers – an international group of non-competitive running social clubs.

Journey to Indonesia

With foreign nationals from over 100 different countries working and residing in Addis, the capital could arguably be considered as one the most diverse cities in the world. Inhabitants ranging from the Far East, Africa, Europe, the Americas and the Middle East call Addis Ababa their home – at least temporarily – and it would not be an understatement to say that the city is a melting pot of cultures.

Film festival for film buffs

You are sitting in a dark room with lots of people, looking at a bright screen, being entertained. Sounds like a movie going experience? Sure, but a film festival is a different thing all together, different from the universe of cinema.

The creative world of digital Art

Since the digital age marched into the world, it was only a matter of time before artists grasped its progressive nature as a means to an end.

The gravel challenge

A sport that has entertained since mid-19th century in some countries is yet to take shape in Ethiopia.

Mainstreaming of interior design

With the Capital’s growing appetite for innovation and commercialization, the interior design industry has exploded in popularity in recent years. Property developers and professionals have started showing genuine interest in the way buildings are designed, accessorised and marketed; and if there is one thing that the market is saying, it is that the future belongs to interior design.

Green art

What do these three things have in common: an old baby shoe, a cow horn and a computer monitor? Well, they all have been used to make an innovative garden art in one of the forgotten corners of the capital.