Daily Archives: January 13, 2020

Bale Zone Fighting Locust Infestation: Agriculture, Natural Resources Bureau

Ena January 10/ 2019 Aerial spraying of pesticide is underway in Bale Zone of Oromia Regional State where a swarm of locust have been attacking crops.

According to Bale Zone …

Cutaneous Leishmaniasis: AMU mulls over research findings

In a daylong workshop AMU's Community Service Directorate has presented different research findings on neglected tropical disease � Cutaneous Leishmaniasis, wherein both vector control and interventional outcomes ascertained as to …

Ethiopian PM Abiy expects parliamentary election in May or June

CAPE TOWN (South Africa), Ethiopia will hold a parliamentary election in May or June despite concerns about security and logistics, Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed said.

The election will be the …

Ethiopia’s ethnic clashes: 21 abducted students released leaving six others still in captivity

ADDIS ABABA, At least 21 students have been released from captivity after being abducted in early December while six others remain in captivity.

Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed told state television …

East and Horn of Africa, Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM) Monthly Regional Update – (September 2019)

Mixed Migration Flow Monitoring

Reporting Period: September 2019

Active Flow Monitoring Networks

Burundi 11 FMPs

Djibouti 5 FMPs

Ethiopia 5 FMPs

Somalia 7 FMPs

South Sudan 37 FMPs

Uganda 21 …

UNHCR Ethiopia Fact Sheet, December 2019

Ethiopia is one of the largest refugee-hosting countries in Africa, sheltering 735, 204 registered refugees and asylum seekers as of 31 December 2019.

Ethiopia was represented in the first Global …

National Voluntary Community Service Project Launched

Ministry of Peace has announced the launching of a ten-year National Voluntary Community Service Project today.

Briefing journalists, Strategic Partners and Subordinate Institutions Coordination Office Director-General, Asma Redi said the …

Foreign Ministers to Discuss GERD in Washington Today

Foreign ministers of Ethiopia, Sudan and Egypt will meet in Washington DC today to discuss about the Great Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD).

Foreign Minister Gedu Andargachew arrived at Washington DC …