Unidentified armed group has opened fire on an Ethiopian government official and killed Abdulahi Sojar, Gumz Benishangul Council and chairman of economic affairs standing committee.
OCP Africa and Mohammed VI Polytechnic University (UM6P), to start impulse start-up acceleration program to build linkages between corporations and start-ups using Agritech solutions in Ethiopia.
The software technology giant, Microsoft, and the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA) are set to co-create technology solutions in agriculture that benefits 30 million African farmers including … Read More
The Minister for Development Cooperation of Denmark, Mr Rasmus Prehn, visited development projects in Wukro Town of Tigray region of Ethiopia on Thursday.
The Government of Ethiopia has secured $50 million grant from the Government of the Netherlands for its Agricultural Commercialization Clusters (ACC) Initiative.
With the aim of improving honey quality, the Ethiopian Agricultural Transformation Agency (ATA) is set to help establishment and upgrading of quality testing laboratories.
Addis Ababa is set to host Digital Disruption in Agriculture Forum that aims to identify digital tool and service providers from Africa and beyond to employ proven practices in Ethiopia.
The Oromia Region of Ethiopia said it has invested 3.5 billion birr (close to $123 million) to create job opportunities for half a million youth.
In preparation for the upcoming Meher agriculture season (from June to August), the government of Ethiopia has purchased 1.3 million metric tons of fertilizer.
The Ministry of Agriculture of Ethiopia says it has revealed a plan to make wheat import history within four years.
The governments of the United States and Ethiopia agree to launch a new five-year Feed the Future strategy to invest in food security, build resilience, and accelerate economic growth opportunities … Read More
Michael Raynor, Ambassador of the United States in Ethiopia on Wednesday administered the oath of 46 new Peace Corps Volunteers at the U.S. Embassy in Addis Ababa.
Egypt has affirmed its strong support for the African Development Bank as a development partner and is committed to strengthening regional integration, the country’s Prime Minister, Mostafa Madbouly said during a meeting in Cairo with a Bank delegation.
Ethiopian government is set to turn the least developed regions of the country into centers of economic engines, which prioritizes irrigation-centered agricultural development and job creation.