Underfunded warning system fails to mitigate drought devastation
Ethiopia is being severely impacted by the lack of...
Enhancing healthcare through digitization
In recent years, the digital world has become increasingly...
Addis delivers headquarters for a global educational union
The union of countries working in education, the Organization...
Response proves inadequate as cholera spreads rapidly in Ethiopia
Containment is in single digits Containing the cholera outbreak has...
Floods follow drought, 45 dead, 35K displaced
Heavy rains cause deaths of drought-weakened livestock animals Severe flooding...
World Cup brings fans closer
People from all walks of life are watching the World Cup penalty shootout on the big screen on top of Medhanialem Mall. There are...
OCP Africa to repurpose Water Hyacinth
An initiative is being launched by OCP Africa, a subsidiary group of a Moroccan state-owned fertilizer producer, with the goals of halting the spread...
Growing thrift market opens new lane for small businesses
Meron Abebe, in her 20s, recalls the day she first learned about "Bonda" (thrift market) from her cousins, who frequently made purchases in a...
42% public university graduates unemployed
A new report by the Ministry of Education reveals only 58 percent of university graduates get jobs in Ethiopia. As many as 42 percent of...
Black Lion to construct private hospital to attain autonomy
Public pharmacy, lab slated to open in months The largest referral hospital in Ethiopia, Black Lion, plans to build its own private hospital within the...
Jodahi, an Ethiopian climate activist, speaks up for the future
Jodahi Bezabih, 25, became interested in environmental science throughout his undergraduate study in applied biology. When he became aware of climate change and its...
Unnoticed yet growing skin burden
Paola Monari visited Ethiopia in 2019 to look into the country's skin disease epidemiology. Her objective was to establish a connection between skin conditions...
No respite for low income residents, sanitation woes escalate
In a run down and dusty section of Addis Ababa - far from its skyscrapers that have defined its progress for the last decade...
Nursing home: protecting senior citizens
Solomon Daniel received the heart-breaking news that he would need to have one of his legs amputated due to health problems when he returned...
The German Embassy School in Addis Ababa under investigation for ‘illegal transactions’
German school under investigation, German Embassy School Addis Ababa School expels students who paid tuition fees in birr The German Embassy School in Addis Ababa is...
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News in brief
News in Brief
Ethiopia to takeover UNSC presidency in September Ethiopia will take over the presidency of the United Nation Security Council (UNSC) in the coming month of September.
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Sport commission signs deal to renovate Addis Ababa stadium
The Ethiopian Sports Commission signed an agreement with Friends Engineering PLC on Thursday, June 17, 2021 to renovate Addis Ababa stadium.
Time for Eritrean troops to leave Ethiopia
Ever since the federal government of Ethiopia and the...
Car market sees sharp price fall
The price of new automobiles has dropped significantly in...