Calling for a new mindset to reconcile differences at every stage of the society across the world, a new book by Remy Rioux, CEO of Agence Francaise De Development (AFD) entitled, “Reconciliations”, is launched today in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Education Cannot Wait (ECW) announces a $27 million investment to support the delivery of quality inclusive education to close to 750,000 girls and boys displaced by the crises in Ethiopia.
With the aim of transforming the lives of Ethiopians by the year 2050, an international conference that aims to draft a policy recommendation on the country’s major pressing issues is set to be held in Addis Ababa in two weeks time.
Member of Parliament of Germany and Vice chairman of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation,Hermann Grohe, urges Ethiopia to avoid “at all cost” the kind of after election unrest that claims over 1,500 lives in the neighboring Kenya in 2007.
In support of Ethiopia’s recently launched home-grown economic reform, the Government of Germany provides 352.5 million Euros.
The leaders of five regional political parties governing the peripheral regions of Ethiopia signed a deal to join the new Ethiopian Prosperity Party (EPP).
The Coca-Cola Company brings the refreshing taste of classic Coca-Cola without sugar to consumers in Ethiopia. It officially launches the ew product this week.
Education Can’t Wait (ECW), a global fund dedicated to education in emergencies, invests in the construction of 84 classrooms for refugees in Gambella region of Ethiopia.
Cepheus Growth Capital Partners (Cepheus Capital), the private equity which has injecting finance in promising sectors in Ethiopia for the past few year, invests in Tabor Ceramics Products Share Company.
Sidama zone, which is used to be part of the Southern region of Ethiopia today, becomes the 10th region of Ethiopia after referendum.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ethiopia says the government is working to repatriate 1,300 Ethiopians trapped in Tanzania on their way to South Africa.
In the coming ten years the government of Ethiopia aims to facilitate the creation of twenty million jobs in different sectors.
The 4th annual meeting of Africa free zones opens in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, this morning under the theme “Economic Zones – Accelerator for Industrialization in Africa”.