Rural Tigrai: Earth Dam Changing Lives! (Aigaforum) 01-28-17 - Most visitors’ first impression about Ethiopia is based on what they see in the cities and towns they travel. That is why most news about Ethiopia is filled with awe about Addis expansion and the
many high rise buildings! I happen to be raised in the countryside and every time I visit Ethiopia I am more interested to see the trees and shrubs and the development work in the countryside.[updated!]
ገቢዎችና ጉምሩክ አራት ተከሳሽ ድርጅቶች በመንግሥት ላይ ያደረሱት ጉዳት የለም አለ This case has been litigated for long. We understand public perception has no place in the court but the government must start to worry about the perception! If these folks are jailed for other reasons we think the lesson(s) learned so far may be enough. The government must help the court to transform itself and close cases in time by directing its attorneys to review cases that are taking long time for no good reason to drop!!![Aigaforum Jan 2017]
Best Beers Of Ethiopia
The following are the highest rated beers brewed in Ethiopia as they appear in the ranks at RateBeer.com. Raya Beer the latest entry to the market is rated third best! Very surprised some of the old brands are not rated high!
President Abay Woldu has recently concluded a very successful region wide tour! He and his new cabinet heads visited many ongoing projects. He also held a public forum and introduced his new cabinets to the people. Below is on of the many public forums he held in Chercher South Tigrai! The feedback from this trip is very positive! Like the people of Chercher the people of Wrileke Wereda including the famous Embasyneti(Nebelete) area were also upbeat by the president's visit!
Ethiopian ShebaMiles to Launch Platinum Tier level January 25, 2017
Ethiopian Airlines, the largest and fastest growing African airline, proudly announces that it will introduce a Platinum tier level in its frequent flyer loyalty program, ShebaMiles, as of January 2017. DisCourse:Quarterly Journal Addis Ababa
25 January 2017 - DISCOURSE, a quarterly journal debating African issues, has been launched on 19 January 2017 at the National Museum in Addis Ababa. Published under the auspices of the Ethiopian Foreign Relations Strategic Studies Institute, DISCOURSE is run by a team of professionals...
Eritrea comprehensively covered in the recently launched DISCOURSE Journal. A new quarterly journal called DISCOURSE launched on Thursday 19 January 2017 featured contents that focus on the relations of the Horn and the Gulf, with particular emphasis on unsettled issues between Ethiopia and Eritrea. Professor David Shinn of George Washington University, Alex de Waal of World Peace Foundation...
EPRDF: Regenerating Ethiopia Amen Teferi 01-23-17 -
Severing the longstanding and seemingly natural interconnectedness between droughts and famine in Ethiopia, I would say, is a flagship achievement for the EPRDF. Drought only leads to famine when we fail to put in place
A boom in qat in Ethiopia and Kenya “THIS is qat,” explains Teklu Kaimo, gesturing to the wooded field behind him. He started growing it in 1976, and over the years its soft, green leaves have brought him a measure of prosperity. He has a modest plot of land, 11 children and money...
Agreement signed for construction of over 10 bln birr industrial parks Addis Ababa, January 21, 2017 (FBC) – An agreement was signed yesterday for the construction three pharmaceutical, medical equipment manufacturing and textile parks at a cost of 10.5 billion birr over the coming 12 months....[The government must really take a deep review how its meager resource is spent to develop the economy.It is fine to develop Addis since Addis is a hub for all Ethiopians but as a federal state it is wise to distribute those industries that can easily adopt outside Addis. After all many people were surprised how many factories got burned around Addis last time due to the riot! The concentration of factories in and around Addis is not good politics nor good economic planning! How many federally owned factories are there in Gondar or Mekelle or Jijiga? And why can't investors be helped or given incentives to invest outside Addis?] Omar al-Bashir and Africa’s Longest War Moorcraft was granted a remarkable amount of access to Bashir and his closest advisers and presents the Sudanese president as a leader treated unfairly by the West and as an often reluctant actor in the... Ethiopia, a rising star of African tourism A stable and peaceful democracy since 1991, Ethiopia is a federal state whose progressive economic policies are reflected in its annual growth rate of about 10%. The Ethiopian lifestyle, with its unique musical and linguistic heritage and cuisine, combined with...