Stressing that well-fed children are key to fueling Ethiopia’s economic growth and development, economic development, the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) advises the Government to continue its school feeding … Read More
To secure more votes during the upcoming August general election, the ruling coalition in Ethiopia, Prosperity Party, has announced its plan to open branches in every district of Tigray Region.
The Board of Directors of the Ethiopian Diaspora Trust Fund (EDTF) announces the completion of project proposal reviews shortlisting 22 projects.
The total number of vehicles Ethiopia has imported and registered last year (the fiscal year ended July 7, 2019) has surpassed the amount the country imported the previous year by … Read More
A new report by the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) reveals 95.5 percent of pre-primary age children in Ethiopia’s Somali region are excluded, while only 14 percent in the Afar Region … Read More
For the first time in eleven years aid agencies resumes their operations in Somali region of Ethiopia.
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.
The Federal prosecutor office of Ethiopia says it has found mass grave of 56 individuals in Somali region.
The United States Government has provided new school materials for 147,000 displaced children in Oromia, Somali, and Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples’ regional states.
Amnesty International issued a statement today urging Ethiopian government to stop the killings of Oromo people by the Liyu Police in Somalia Region of Ethiopia.
Aysha Ibrahim is a mother of ten children who lives in Darolebu district, an area located in eastern Ethiopia, where ethnic Oromos and Somalis live alongside one another. The 42-year-old … Read More
The Government of Sweden has provided $3 million to UNICEF Ethiopia’s 2018 Humanitarian Action for Children. The funds will be used to meet the needs of internally displaced populations in … Read More