Monthly Archives: January 2018

Radiant.Earth and OpenAQ Partner to Fight Air Pollution in Africa

WASHINGTON, Jan. 31, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Radiant.Earth today announced its partnership with OpenAQ to bring together a diverse group of individuals in Ghana and Kenya who are deeply concerned about poor air quality in their community and are looking for solutions. Radiant.Earth, a

Democratization Crucial to Enhance Diplomacy, Spokesperson Meles Alem Stresses

Addis Ababa - democratization process in Ethiopia will help to further enhance its diplomacy, Foreign Affairs Spokesperson Meles Alem said. Ensuring peace and security, strengthening democracy, and fighting poverty are the major pillars of the Ethiopia...

Norway, Canada to Strengthen, Boost Cooperation with Ethiopia

Addis Ababa -Norway and Canada have expressed interest to strengthen and boost their multi-faceted cooperation with Ethiopia.Norway is keen to strengthen cooperation in agriculture, education, health, migration, peace and security; and Canada in food s...

Building Regional Partnership in Afghanistan, Central Asia among Signature Items of January, Speakers Underline at Security Council ‘Wrap-Up’ Meeting

A ministerial debate on building regional partnership in Afghanistan and Central Asia was among the signature events of a January packed with meetings and discussions, Security Council President Kairat Umarov (Kazakhstan) told members during an end-of-...

The Ambassadors of Italy and of Iran Present Credentials to IGAD ES

The Executive Secretary of the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD), H.E. Amb (Eng) Mahboub Maalim, received credential letters from the Ambassador of Italy to Ethiopia, H.E. Arturo Luzzi, and the Ambassador of Iran to Ethiopia, H.E. Behza...

UN-Global Emergency Fund Donates 10 Mn Dollars for Internally Displaced People in Ethiopia

Addis Ababa - United Nations Central Emergency Fund released yesterday 10 million US dollars to help people displaced in Ethiopia due to the conflict along the borders of the Oromia and Ethiopian Somali regions. Under-Secretary-General for Humanitari...

Prison or deportation: The impossible choice for asylum seekers in Israel

After escaping torture in Sudan, after walking 11 hours through the Egyptian desert, and after handing almost all his money to men with guns who blocked his way, Adam slipped through an opening in a border fence and laid down


ADDIS ABABA-- Ethiopia has lifted the ban on Ethiopian citizens traveling to Middle East countries in search of jobs, the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs says.Ethiopia banned its citizens from travelling to seek work in the countries in the