Mekelle Institute of Technology(MIT) is a young Science and Technology
Institute in Mekelle (opened in November 2002). It has made impressive
progress in producing professionals in critical fields of information
communications engineering and technology. Currently, the Institute is
making preparations to launch graduate MBA program as of October 2011.
We have prepared a draft design of the curriculum, and we are calling
up on all compatriots with related background and experience to
critically evaluate the draft and to send us their reflections
(firstname.lastname@example.org ). While we are sending you an eight pages
document, the important parts we like you to give us your professional
comments are Part VII and VIII.
Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Hailemariam Desalegn interview with ITMN
News, Analysis & Articles
China and Africa trading relationship set to grow
Commerce between China and Africa is said to be one of the world's most important trading relationships and is set to grow.
Ethiopia has one the fastest growing economies in Africa and its economic potential is attracting Chinese investments.
China could also be attracted to new areas of trade in African countries as the technology industry grows.
Egypt is trying feverishly to woe upper riparian countries with promises of investment and new diplomatic attention. See below Egypt set to import Kenya meat
Ethiopia’s Crippled Agriculture (Analysis)
After several attempts over the past twenty years, the Ethiopian government in its recent Growth and Transformation Plan vowed to end this within five years. It aims to liberate the country from the longstanding food aid by making the agricultural sector contribute the development of industry...
Get Rid of Small Farms: Reflection on 2008 World Development and 2011 Rural Poverty Reports.
Tesgaye Tegnu, Dec 28, 2010-...My point of departure is that at a time when labor force growth is characterized by young
age (56% of the labor force as in the case of Ethiopia) with fertility rate of 5. 5 children per oman and household types of higher consumption requirements (56,7% of the total gricultural households) small farms do not positively respond to policy instruments and nvestment options related to...
Join Tesgaye and discuss the pros and cons of development based on small scale farmers. Ethiopia hinges its hopes of development for the near future mainly based on small scale farmer’s productivity!
By CHARLES L. GRISWOLD-...But, one may object, if the wrongdoer is unforgivable, then both interpersonal forgiveness and political apology are impossible (one can pronounce the words, but the moral deed cannot be done). Are any wrongdoers unforgivable? People who have committed heinous acts such as torture or child molestation are often cited as examples.”
Land Leasing and BBC cynicism
(MoFA, Dec 24, 2010)-Hypocrisy comes in many forms. For many detractors of Ethiopia, it is often demonstrated in the form of crocodile tears over what they allege to be the destructive policies followed by the incumbent government
A Week in the Horn