Daily Archives: July 16, 2019

UN agency helps stranded Ethiopians return home, ending ‘harrowing migration ordeal’

With the support of the International Organization for Migration (IOM), some 280 Ethiopians returned home on 10-11 July, after being facing traumatic experiences in Yemen.

These new returnees are among …

Ethiopian Hide, Skin Need Minimal Degreasing: Research

Addis Ababa Ethiopian hide and skin needs minimal degreasing chemicals as they have low fat and good skin substance, a research revealed.

Findings of the research Ethiopia's Hide and Skin: …

UNDP partners with Denmark and Japan to support the recovery of communities affected by Gedeo-West Guji crisis

UNDP and the National Disaster Risk Management Commission launched a 4-year project to support the recovery and resilience of 50,000 households for communities affected by Gedeo � West Guji displacement. …

Ethiopian Women Urges to Bridge Gender Gap in STEM Fields

Addis Ababa Ethiopian women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) urged to bridge the gender gap and end disparity in the fields.

Though Women have shown greater skills in …

World Food Committee Gathering Inputs for Draft Guidelines on Food Systems, Nutrition

Addis Ababa The Committee on World Food Security (CFS) is holding a regional consultative meeting here to collect inputs that could be included in the draft guidelines on food systems …

UNHCR Ethiopia: Fact Sheet (June 2019)

Ethiopia is host to the second largest refugee population in Africa, sheltering 905,831 registered refugees and asylum seekers as of 31 August 2018.

UNHCR is working with ARRA, WFP and …

Reaching Faduma

CHILDREN FROM NOMADIC COMMUNITIES AND LIFE-SAVING HEALTHCARE

By Tara Brace-John

I met Faduma on a recent trip to the Somali region of Ethiopia. She's five years old, the youngest of …

Activists move to declare new federal state in Southern Ethiopia

ADDIS ABABA, Speculation is rife in Ethiopia that the Sidama area in the southern region will be granted a referendum to determine whether it should become its own federal state.…