Innovate for Life in partnership with The Elsevier Foundation, Mettā Nairobi and Accenture Development Partnerships announced the finalists for Innovate for Life 2020 Cohort program.
The Government of Qatar has signed agreement with the Ministry of Finance of Ethiopia to provide $18 million for a kidney treatment center under construction in the capital, Addis Ababa.
The International Organization for Migration (IOM), today (13/03) launched an appeal for $77.6 million to provide humanitarian assistance to more than 1.2 million internally displaced persons (IDPs), returnees, host community … Read More
The World Health Organization today called on Member states in South-East Asia Region to urgently scale-up aggressive measures to combat COVID-19, as confirmed cases cross 480, and the disease claims … Read More
Ethiopian Sugar Corporation invites eligible and qualified bidders to submit bid for the supply and delivery of the following different spare parts.
The Government of Ethiopia today announced shutting all schools for two weeks across the country to prevent to stop the spread of the pandemic coronavirus.
Ethiopian Airlines, the major contributor to the economy of Ethiopia, is said may loss up to $260 million if the current spread of coronavirus outbreak continues.
The Ministry of Health of Ethiopia and the national public health institute today confirmed the first case of coronavirus.
Kenya’s Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe confirmed the first Coronavirus case, a Kenyan national who recently returned home from the United Sates via London.
The Board of Directors of the African Development Bank has approved a $129.4 million (ZAR 2.011 billion) loan to finance the Namibia Economic Governance and Competitiveness Support Programme, EGCSP.
The Ethiopian parliament today approved appointment of three ministers, attorney general and commissioner for the Federal Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission. Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed also appointed female boss for the … Read More
For truck driver Joseph Turay, navigating the 120 km Matotoka-Sefadu road in northeastern Sierra Leone used to be a nightmare. On average, he spent between five hours to one day … Read More