Supporting Ethiopia’s home–grown economic reform, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has agreed with Ethiopian government at technical level to provide the latter 700% more than its quota.
A report launched today by the United Nations Development Organization (UNDP) listed Ethiopia among the poor scoring countries in the world with over 83% of its population are suffering from multidimensional poverty.
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.
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.
In support of Ethiopia’s recently launched home-grown economic reform, the Government of Germany provides 352.5 million Euros.
Africa cannot eliminate poverty or achieve inclusive development without the participation of women, African Union Commission’s Rural Economy and Agriculture Commissioner, Ambassador Josefa L.C. Sacko, said.
Experts attending this year’s conference on Land Policy in African have called for fair and efficient land management to support moves to transform the continent.