Monthly Archives: May 2011

Ethiopian school that feeds body and mind

Emily Wither, (CNN) — Seeing the deprivations faced by children in her neighborhood, one Ethiopian school teacher decided to make it her mission to provide them with a safe place to learn and play. Muday Mitiku decided to open a

Haile Gebrselassie clinches fourth Great Manchester Run win

The Ethiopian long-distance runner Haile Gebrselassie has won the Great Manchester Run for the fourth time, pulling clear of the British runner Chris Thompson to ease to victory in the 10km race. Gebrselassie, the marathon world-record holder who won t...

Ethiopian Coffee consumers vote for quality amid rising prices

Ethiopia’s favourite drink, Ethiopian coffee,  is threatening to break the bank of households with the price of a kilogramme spiralling from 35 Br last year this time to a record high of 120 Br now. The problem is aggravated by

A Parade of Humanity – HIV/AIDS in Ethiopia

By Maura Kelly,  Huffington Post In mid-April I traveled to Ethiopia and zigzagged 1000 miles across the rolling hills and towns of the northern Amhara region with the HOPe Organization. I came here to better understand the current specter of

Ethiopian Woman Gives Birth to a Baby With 2 Heads, 3 Legs and 3 Hands – (Video) An Ethiopian woman gives birth to a baby with 2 heads, 3 legs and 3 hands in Arba Minch, Ethiopia