Daily Archives: January 14, 2020

Desert Locust situation update – 13 January 2020

Numerous and very large swarms pose an unprecedented threat to food security and livelihoods in Horn of Africa

In the Horn of Africa, there has been a significant and extremely …

Migration Response Centres: East and Horn of Africa – Annual Overview 2019

BACKGROUND

Migration Response Centers (MRCs) are situated along key migration routes, where they fill critical gaps by providing direct assistance, including food and temporary shelter, information and service referrals to …

Migration Response Centres (MRCs) East and Horn of Africa (01 January – 31 December 2019)

REGIONAL OVERVIEW: DECEMBER 2019

A total of 983 migrants were registered at MRCs across the region in December, bringing the overall number of registrations to 11,529 migrants in 2019. During …

Return of Ethiopian migrants from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (5 May 2017 – 31 December 2019)

In April 2017, the Government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia launched a campaign titled 'A Nation without Violations', granting all irregular migrants an amnesty period of 90 days to …

US Ambassador’s Afar Visit Will Promote Tourism, Says Regional Communication Bureau Head

US Ambassador to Ethiopia Michael A. Raynor visited Erta Ale, Ethiopia's Smoking Mountain in Afar Regional State today.

His visit is aimed at promoting tourist destination sites in Afar region …

PM Abiy’s Continental Visit to Foster Aviation Cooperation: Group CEO

Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed's recent state visit to African countries like South Africa, Guinea and Equatorial Guinea will have significant contribution in fostering aviation cooperation, according to Ethiopian Airlines Group …

Assistant Secretary Tibor Nagy to Visit 5 African Countries

United States Assistant Secretary for African Affairs, Tibor Nagy, will pay a visit to five African countries including Ethiopia from January 15-29, 2020.

According to a statement from U.S Department …

Members of Ethiopian Diaspora Gather at British Home of Former Emperor

BATH, ENGLAND - Traveling to the British town of Bath has become a pilgrimage of sorts for people of Ethiopian heritage. When Ethiopian Emperor Haile Selassie had to go into …