BY ANDUALEM SISAY GESSESSE – Experts and senior government officials FROM EASTERN African countries have met in Asmara, Eritrea, for the first time from November 5 -7, 2019.
Ethiopia’s Oromia region Enterprise and Industry Development Bureau, says it has created jobs for 165, 173 unemployed youth during the last three months.
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.
Mekele, the Capital of Tigray Region of Ethiopia provides land for investors who are set to create jobs for 22,900 youth.
The International Labour Organization’s project “Support the reintegration of returnees in Ethiopia” that lasted for the past four years is phasing out with the launch of a mobile application named … Read More
Africa needs development strategies more coherent and prioritizing improved public action to stand up to the challenges of growth, jobs and inequalities prompted by the continent’s remarkable emergence, new report … Read More