Daily Archives: December 4, 2019

IGAD EXECUTIVE SECRETARY WORKNEH ENGAGES WITH PARTNERS

The Executive Secretary of the Intergovernmental Authority on Development, H.E Dr Workneh Gebeyehu, today received the United Nations Special Envoy of the Secretary General for the Horn of Africa, Mr Parfait Onanga-Anyanga, in his office at the Secreta...

Climate crisis could reverse progress in achieving gender equality

People who directly depend on the natural world for their livelihoods, like farmers and fishers, will be among the greatest victims of the climate crisis. In vulnerable hotspots, such as the arid lands of Kenya and Ethiopia, farming communities are

IRB training was conducted at AAU

Training for IRB (Institutional Review Board) members was conducted for the first cohort between 27 -29 November, 2019 at Ethiopia hotel. Dr. Mitike, the Vice President for Research and Technology Transfer has remarked the importance of IRB while openi...

AAU, Students Career Development Center (AAU-SCDC) organized training on Leadership for Excellence Service

Addis Ababa University, Students Career Development Center (AAU-SCDC) in collaboration with LITHWS (Let Individual Transformation for a Higher World Solution), Training and Consulting Services Plc. have organized a one day training program on Self Lead...

Deadlier Conflicts, Climate Change Threaten Cross-Border Herding in West Africa, Delegates Tell Economic and Social Council, Peacebuilding Commission

While nomadic herding has peacefully existed for centuries, the traditional practice is now facing increased pressure in West Africa and the Sahel region due to reduced land, scarce water, climate change and the proliferation of illegally armed groups,...

Deadlier Conflicts, Climate Change Threaten Cross-Border Herding in West Africa, Delegates Tell Economic and Social Council, Peacebuilding Commission

While nomadic herding has peacefully existed for centuries, the traditional practice is now facing increased pressure in West Africa and the Sahel region due to reduced land, scarce water, climate change and the proliferation of illegally armed groups,...

The Sidama have voted for their own state. What follows is far less certain

November 20, 2019 might go down in history as one of the turning points for federalism in Ethiopia. It was the day on which a clause of the Ethiopian constitution that gives ethnic communities the right to establish their own

The Sidama have voted for their own state. What follows is far less certain

November 20, 2019 might go down in history as one of the turning points for federalism in Ethiopia. It was the day on which a clause of the Ethiopian constitution that gives ethnic communities the right to establish their own