Ethiopian Airlines and the United States today partnered to enable the nation’s flagship carrier to source locally grown produce and ingredients from local farmers for preparing in-flight meals for global passengers.
By Mekonnen Teshome Tollera – As a science journalist, I read the article recently published by Dr. Tewolde Berhan Gebre Egziabher [A prominent Ethiopian plant ecologist and environmental activist] entitled “An Open Letter” with great enthusiasm. As Dr. Tewolde Berhan indicated that he is one of Ethiopian giant scholars in the field of plant ecology. […]
To stop the spread of COVID-19 to the farming community, a new study advised the Government of Ethiopia to limit travel of farmers to urban areas and make mandatory using face masks as the global pandemic is now spreading in cities and towns of the country.
The Ethiopian Agricultural Transformation Agency (ATA) has signed subgrant agreements with eight cooperative unions and two entrepreneurs for the construction of 10 standardized Mechanization Service Centers (MSC) across Ethiopia. The grant is worth Birr 91 Million (close to $3 million at the current exchange rate).
The Ethiopian Agricultural Transformation Agency (ATA) and Save the Children in Ethiopia agree to deliver nutrition-sensitive agricultural messages for Ethiopian farmers via a dedicated hotline service.