The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) helps the Ministry of Health of Ethiopia to introduce cutting edge technology, which expands access to quality health services and products for all Ethiopians.
Addis Ababa, the capital of Ethiopia, is set to start issuing digital national identification card (ID) for its inhabitants next week.
Ethiopian scientist at Mekele University Veterinary College lecturer, Tinsay Weldegebriel, has introduced a liquid fertilizer that can be used to grow plants without soil and water.
Following Ethiopian Government decision to liberalize its telecom market by partly privatizing the state owned telecom service provider – Ethio Telecom, South Africa based TMT Finance forecasts a record high growth in telecom investment in Africa in 2019.
In partnership with the African Development Bank, Korea expressed its readiness to step up technology transfers to Africa, officials said in Seoul today.
Ethio Telecom, the state monopoly telecom service provider in Ethiopia is set to be among the first state enterprises set for partial privatization.
The Council of Ministers of Ethiopia today held extraordinary meeting to approve the draft law for the establishment of telecom regulatory authority.
Ethiopia’s state monopoly telecommunication service provider, Ethio Telcom, has earned 16.71 billion birr revenue ($593 million at the current exchange rate) in the first six months of Ethiopia’s fiscal year started July 8, 2018.
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.
The Information Network Security Agency (INSA) of Ethiopia says it is installing security cameras on the streets of the capital, Addis Ababa.
Partners involved in an initiative that aims to improve the livelihoods of smallholder farmers, discuss the performance of the implementation of the Input Voucher Sales (IVS) System in Tigray Region of Ethiopia.