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Electricity initiative reaches 70 mln people

Power Africa, a five-year American presidential initiative launched by former President Barack Obama, has reportedly created 15 million new electrical connections bringing electricity to 70 million people.

US Embassy condemns Gambella killings

The US Embassy in Addis Ababa condemned the gruesome killings, targeting aid workers. Two staff members of Action Against Hunger have tragically lost their lives, The Reporter has learnt.

US Embassy announces three-year initiative

The United States Embassy in Addis Ababa is set to help kick start a three year initiative with Harvard University’s Center for International Development to help identify opportunities for an economic growth and help identify its challenges.

Annual innovation competition kicks off

SOLVE IT, a nationwide annual innovation competition, was launched at the compound of the United States Embassy on Thursday in an effort to embrace the “realm of tech entrepreneurship” among Ethiopian youth, and provide needed training in software, hardware and marketing for start-ups.

Somali downplays US travel advisory

The Somali Regional State has downplayed the US government’s travel advisory which notified its citizens not to travel to the Eastern tip of Ethiopia-Somali Region, The Reporter has learnt.

USAID completes seven-year project

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID), the development arm of America’s Department of State has completed its seven-year-long strengthening of Human Resources for Healthcare projects in Ethiopia.

Preliminary ET302 investigation report due for next week

The Ministry of Transport on Thursday disclosed that the Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB) is undertaking analysis on the contents of the black box data of ET302 in accordance with the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) aircraft accident investigation procedures.  

Shashemene Referral Hospital gets new outpatient wing

Ethiopia’s biggest partner in development, the United States government, through its Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and with the funding from the George W. Bush era legacy project,“the United States President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR),”has inaugurated a new state-of-the-art outpatient department within the Shashemene Referral Hospital.