Ato Mulugeta, briefing an online audience at gezategaru online discussion room, explained how one can donate andbuy the Hedase Dam Bond as well as how to open hard currency account in Ethiopia.
The Ethiopian Diasporas ever since the successful Growth and Transformation conference tour and ever since the Ethiopian government announcement of the start of the Hedase Dam at the Blue Nile River have been upbeat ready to be part of this historic campaign that will undoubtedly uproot poverty once for all! The challenge going forward is to keep the momentum going.
Aigaforum salutes gezategaru room owners and reminds all Ethiopians and friends of Ethiopia overseas, as ambassadors of Ethiopia, to do all in their power for the success of this noble cause!
Note: We will post the necessary forms and instructions once they are made public and available!
Eritreans 'being tortured in Egypt's Sinai for ransom'
Eritreans have been trying to cross from Egypt to Israel in large numbers.Up to 400 people, mainly Eritreans, are being held for ransom by people-traffickers in Egypt's Sinai desert, a Catholic priest has told the BBC...
Political change in Egypt to boost Nile cooperation
ADDIS ABABA/CAIRO, May 12 (Reuters) - After decades of mistrust and sabre-rattling, the fall of Hosni Mubarak will improve Egypt's ties with Ethiopia and boost the chances of a new deal to share the Nile's waters.
The two most populous countries in Africa after Nigeria have been at loggerheads over the Nile's precious water for years.
Ethiopians in Germany Vowed to Support the GTP
May 11, 2011-In response to the auspicious call by the Ethiopian government to Ethiopians in the Diaspora aimed at garnering support for the Five Year Growth plan (GTP), Ethiopians and Germans of Ethiopian origin held a successful meeting...
Always Burn Bright: My Memories about the Queen Sheba School Years
Desta, Asayehgn, May 11, 2011-
It would not be an exaggeration if I admit to you that not a second passes by without my reminiscing to acknowledge the solid educational foundation as well as the ethical and moral values bestowed upon me during my formative years at the Queen Sheba Primary School of Adwa, Tigrai, Ethiopia.
Betreseltan of VOA Tigrigna interview with both officials and those affected by the removal of illegally built houses near Mekelle city in Northern Ethiopia, Tigrai.
The interview confirms what another official told us over the phone also. That most of the houses were built on farm land and many of the owners built the houses hoping against hope that Regional government will allow them to convert in to a legal hold at some time in the future. .