Daily Archives: October 6, 2018

Press Releases: The 2018 Secretary's Awards for Corporate Excellence Event

MS SINGH: Good afternoon. It’s my pleasure to welcome you to the 19th Secretary of State’s Awards for Corporate Excellence. I’m Manisha Singh, the Assistant Secretary for the Bureau of …

ETHIOPIA’S RULING COALITION VOWS TO SUSTAIN ONGOING REFORMS AS IT CONCLUDES CONGRESS MEETING

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia- Ethiopia's ruling coalition, Ethiopian People's Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF), vowed to sustain ongoing socioeconomic and political reforms, as it concluded its Congress meeting.

The ruling coalition, which …

Leadership of Partner Organizations to be Included in EPRDF Executive Committee, Council

Addis Ababa The 11th Organizational Congress of EPRDF has decided to incorporate the leadership of its partner organizations into the Executive Committee and Council of EPRDF as non-voting members.

Accordingly, …

Abiy Calls on Ethiopians to Work for Peace with EPRDF

Hawassa Chairperson of Ethiopian Peoples' Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF) Abiy Ahmed called on the entire people of Ethiopia to work with the front and the government to ensure sustained peace …

Ethiopia, UK Sign 176 million Pound Sterling Grant Agreements

Addis Ababa Ethiopia and the United Kingdom have signed two grant agreements amounting to 176 million pound sterling yesterday.

State Minister of Finance and Economic Cooperation, Admasu Nebebe, and Minister …

Ethiopia, UK Sign 176 million Pound Sterling Grant Agreements

Addis Ababa Ethiopia and the United Kingdom have signed two grant agreements amounting to 176 million pound sterling yesterday.

State Minister of Finance and Economic Cooperation, Admasu Nebebe, and Minister …

Industrial Parks Catalyzing Ethiopia’s Industrialization

Ethiopia, which had once been depicted as a place of permanent famine and food shortage due to the drought induced food insecurity during the 1970 and early 80s, has vigorously …

Industrial Parks Catalyzing Ethiopia’s Industrialization

Ethiopia, which had once been depicted as a place of permanent famine and food shortage due to the drought induced food insecurity during the 1970 and early 80s, has vigorously …