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Two organizations sign 37.7 mln birr MoU to rehabilitate, repatriate IDPs

Founded by Ethiopians in the diaspora, the Global Alliance for the Rights of Ethiopians (GARE) – a US-based Ethiopian rights group – has signed an agreement with World Vision to launch an over 37.7 million birr worth project, which aims at rehabilitating and repatriating millions of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in various parts of Ethiopia.

EU targets creative arts in Africa

Believing culture is an important frontier to support, the European Union’s(EU) Delegation to the African Union (AU) has organizedmusic collaborations with a dozen artists from 10 different nationalities of both continents.

Fast and delicious: fast food during the holidays

It is the most affluent part of the capital, where modernity came in earnest. It is where fast food restaurants do good business – the genuine and the imitated – and where the busy and fast growing Bole International Airport is located.

Healthcare exhibition to attract a number of internal players

Ethiopia’s biggest healthcare, medical, pharma and wellness technology trade show is to be held in Addis Ababa. Running for the 5th year and organized by Prana Events in collaboration with the Food Medicine and HealthCare Administration and Control Authority of Ethiopia, it is a three day event starting on May 17th.

Price-tag: Easter shopping

Followers of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church are preparing to celebrate Easter, this Sunday, a week after the rest of the Christian community across the world. Finishing up the longest lent season in Ethiopian orthodox tradition — Tsome-Hudade—Easter heralds the end of the two-month vegan diet for millions of Ethiopian.

Celebrated Olympians enter a tug of war

The four time Olympic champion Mo Farah and Ethiopia’s great Olympian and celebrated entrepreneur, Haile Gerbreselassie are in a tug of war over accusations of theft that occurred inside Haile’s Yaya Village, in the outskirts of Addis Ababa.

The pain of medical internship

This week, at Arsi University, within the town of Assela, which is about 200 kilometers outside of the capital, medical interns on the verge of graduating from medical school made a rare protest.

Zayed Sustainability Prize partners with XHUB Addis

Looking to attract prospective candidates from Ethiopia for the USD 3 million prize fund,Zayed Sustainability Prize has decided to partner with xHUB Addis, one of Ethiopia’s noted incubation hubs, just in time for the upcoming 2020 edition.