Daily Archives: August 1, 2020

Ethiopia Price Bulletin, July 2020

The Famine Early Warning Systems Network (FEWS NET) monitors trends in staple food prices in countries vulnerable to food insecurity. For each FEWS NET country and region, the Price Bulletin provides a set of charts showing monthly prices in the

Desert Locust – Update July 29, 2020

SOUTH-WEST ASIA. Summer breeding is in progress along both sides of the Indo-Pakistan border . In India, large groups of adults and swarms lay eggs over a large area of ​​Rajasthan between Jodhpur and Churu while hatching and banding from previous egg-laying has occurred further

Ethiopians Need to Work Hard and Complete GERD, Says Scholar

Addis Ababa   The people and the government of Ethiopia should continue working very hard and maximize their effort to realize the completion of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD), which is “a source of national pride,” a scholar said. In

Authority Calls for Inclusion of Heritage Education in Nation’s Curriculum

Addis Ababa,  Heritage education needs to be integrated in the curriculum of the country in order to avoid the false divisive narration created among the new generation, according to Authority for Research and Conservation of Cultural Heritage. In an exclusive

Ministry, Partners Intensify Locust Control Operations

Addis Ababa   Ministry of Agriculture and partner organizations have reportedly enhanced ground and aerial control operations against the already dwindling locust infestation and invasion in the country. Acting Director-General at the ministry, Tamru Kebede told ENA that the information sharing

Ethiopians, Friends of Ethiopia Urged to Voice Support for GERD Tomorrow

Addis Ababa,  The Office of National Council for Coordination of Public Participation on the Construction of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD), in collaboration with a non-governmental organization named Lift Ethiopia is going organize an event through which it would

Nation at Forefront in Cross-boundary Road Connectivity in Region: Ministry of Transport

Addis Ababa  Ethiopia has been carrying out cross-boundary road connecting projects with various east African countries with the view to facilitating trade and free movement of goods in the region, according to Ministry of Transport. The projects are one-stop border

Egypt, Sudan Will Benefit More from Completion of GERD, Says Public Policy Professor

Addis Ababa,  Egypt and Sudan will benefit more from completion of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD), Addis Ababa University Professor Costantinos Berhe said. In exclusive interview with ENA, Public Policy Professor Costantinos Berhe said the dam will have huge benefit