African Women Dialogue Across Generations

The African Women Leaders Network (AWLN) held its first intergenerational retreat in Nairobi, Kenya, from 16-18 August 2019. This intergenerational retreat was organized as part of AWLN's pledge to move …

Ethiopia, UK Ink Pound 120 Million Grant Agreement

Addis Ababa Ethiopian and the United Kingdom have signed two grant agreements worthing 120 million British pound sterling today.

State Minister of Finance, Admasu Nebebe and Secretary of the State …

Ireland Pledges to Heighten, Deepen Economic, Political Relations with Ethiopia

Addis Ababa Ireland is keen to increase and deepen its political and economic relations with Ethiopia while remaining committed to supporting Ethiopia's ambitious economic and political reforms, outgoing Irish Ambassador …

Friday’s Daily Brief: Education in Africa, Sudan flash-floods, WHO on Ebola, spike in South Sudan violence, Rwanda, Uganda move to normalize relations

A recap of Friday's stories: Education under fire in Central and Western Africa; Sudan flash-floods wreak havoc; Ebola outbreak spreads, albeit with fewer transmissions; UN rights experts on South Sudan; …

Ensuring no child is left behind: Immunization for all by 2030

Immunization is successful when countries prioritize it, engage and involve communities and ensure sustainable funding. This message during a day-four side event led by Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance underscored the …

Zimbabwe heats up, Yemen donors fail to pay up, and how women’s savings groups add up: The Cheat Sheet

Our editors' weekly take on humanitarian news, trends, and developments from around the globe.

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Zimbabwe's government digs in

Zimbabwe's season of discontent is reaching a critical point. …

South Sudan: UN rights experts see little headway on peace deal amid spike in local-level violence

A United Nations expert group looking at human rights in South Sudan said on Friday that it is deeply concerned that, although the overall armed conflict has waned, there has …

Climate Change Impact on Water Resources in the Awash Basin, Ethiopia

Abstract: Rapid growth of agriculture, industries and urbanization within the Awash basin, Ethiopia, as well as population growth is placing increasing demands on the basin's water resources. In a basin …