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“Tell it and tell it well”

Hermela Aregawi is an Ethiopia American journalist based in the United States. Here she reflects with Samuel Getachew of The Reporter on her career, on her journey to the North American nation, on coming back to Ethiopia and finally gives her advice to those who may want to emulate her journalism career. Excerpt:

Reflection of a lawyer farmer

Lutz Hartmann is an International lawyer who specializes on corporate law, sales and acquisitions. He is also a farmer in Sodo, in Ethiopia. Here, he reflects with The Reporter's Samuel Getachew on his adventurous journey in Ethiopia, a nation he knew little about few years ago, some of the projects he is involved in, the challenges and on the partnership he has created for himself. Excerpts:

Alliance against hunger

Sara Worku is the Alliance2015 Coordinator in Ethiopia. It is European nation’s initiative to achieve Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The versatile businesswoman

Tiliksew Gedamu is a noted entrepreneur involved in a wide range of business interests across Ethiopia, notably in the hospitality industry.

Rekindling Africa focus

Philip Parham was appointed the UK government’s Envoy to the Commonwealth on 18 June 2018. He is also the Special Envoy for the UK-Africa Investment Summit 2020 which takes place in London in January 2020.

Approaching health care digitally

Shareplus Ethiopia is a company started by local IT graduates with the support of the South Korean Government. It aspires to help and transform the way training to health workers in rendered via E-learning and animation.

Economic pragmatist

Born and raised in Addis Ababa, Brook Taye (PhD) is among the army of the new bloods that are wheeling the nation-wide reform process initiated by Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed (PhD). Went to study in England, Brook did both his “A level” and Law degree studies at the School of Oriental and African Studies at the University of London.