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
Education Cannot Wait (ECW), a new global fund to transform the delivery of education in emergencies, is set to announce a three-year $165 million Multi-Year Resilience Program to restore the … Read More
Abyssinian Aviation Academy, the first private aviation college in Ethiopia, has graduated 54 pilots in Addis Ababa on Sunday.
The Government of Ethiopia has revised its college acceptance quota that forces higher education institutions in the country to enroll 70 percent of their students under natural science field of … Read More
The school feeding program launched recently by the Addis Ababa City Administration has created jobs for 10,000 mothers and parents of students in the capital of Ethiopia, Addis Ababa.
KfW Development Bank of Germany has invested over 300 million Euro in Ethiopia over the past years supporting vocational education.
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.
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.
Ethiopia ranks top in eastern Africa having the largest number of illiterate people – over 57% illiterate women aged between 15-45, a report indicates.
The Ethiopian Chapter of the African Women Leaders Network (AWLN) is launched on Monday at an event attended by United Nations Deputy Secretary-General Amina J. Mohammed, President of Ethiopia, Sahle-Work … Read More
Chargé d’Affaires David Renz today administered the oath of service to 23 new Peace Corps Volunteers, who will teach English language in different public schools in Ethiopia.
Addis Ababa City Administration, the capital of Ethiopia, is set to provide school uniform, exercise books and other utensils for 600,000 students free of charge.