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Unleashing a Startup Revolution

Bold policy reforms ignites hope, paves way for success In...

Forgotten and forsaken: Tigray’s women struggle for help

Hewyet fights alone as government turns a blind eye Every...

No way home for more than 3 million IDPs withering in camps

Her young son sat still at her feet and...

Security, financial constraints, administrative inconsistencies weigh down vital pharma supply chain

Every day, Sidama Regional State’s Adare General Hospital is...
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Customers accuse enterprise of rent-seeking

Disgruntled tenants of the Addis Ababa Bole International Airport passenger terminal furiously criticized the management of the Ethiopian Airports Enterprise (EAE) for rent-seeking and lack of transparency.

Harsh realities persist

It was early morning hours—9:00 am to be exact. And one would assume that the weather would be cooler with the heat gradually gaining ground as the day goes by. However, in Fedeto locality of the Somali Regional State, the heat pounds heavily over everything.

Controversial cybercrime draft proclamation tabled for approval

Technological advancement in communication technology makes people’s interaction simpler and enjoyable.

thirsting for solutions

Addis Ababa is currently hit with the worst water crisis that the city has seen in the past decades and residents like Amelework are...

Gov’t, donors allocates 1.5 bln birr to address water shortage

A total funding in amount to 1.5 billion birr has been dispatched for six regional states in Ethiopia, which are severely affected by the current drought, and specifically targeting the devastating water shortage associated with drought conditions in these regions.

Water rationing comes into effect

The Addis Ababa Water and Sewerage Authority (AAWSA) disclosed  this week that it had started to supply water on alternate days as of March 3, 2016.

EMA installs second air pollution monitoring station in Adama

The Ethiopian Meteorological Agency (EMA) installed on Wednesday its second air pollution monitoring station in Adama city of the Oromia Regional State to measure...

Garbage ‘hills’ annoy residents, businesses

Residents and businesses in the catering and recreational sector have been echoing their anger at the Addis Ababa City Administration following unattended garbage piles, which is impacting their work.

Birthplace of Christianity

If you ask most people today where the first human being was found, chances are they can probably tell you Ethiopia.

UN survey names Ethiopia a “happy” country in Sub-Saharan Africa

Ethiopians may be fond of complaining a lot in life, but that does not appear to have stopped the nation from being ranked as one of the top ten happiest countries in Africa. Unfortunately, the same report has also put Ethiopia among the least happy citizens at the global level.
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