Daily Archives: August 10, 2020

France Investigates Killings of French, Nigerien Workers in Niger

French and Nigerien soldiers searched through a giraffe reserve and its surrounding area in Niger’s Koure region on Monday for the killers of six French aid workers. The gunmen, who arrived on motorcycles, also killed the workers’ guide and driver,

Six Killed in Port Sudan Inter-Communal Fighting

KHARTOUM – At least six people were killed and more than 50 others were injured after a peaceful protest turned violent in the city of Port Sudan Sunday night, said local residents.  Authorities in eastern Sudan, where the area is

80 Killed in South Sudan Warrap State’s Inter-Communal Fighting

JUBA , SOUTH SUDAN – Witnesses say at least 80 people were killed and more than 90 others were injured in violent clashes involving soldiers and civilians in Warrap state’s Tonj East County over the weekend as South Sudan troops

Adolescent well-being in Ethiopia: Exploring gendered capabilities, contexts and change strategies – A synthesis report on GAGE Ethiopia baseline findings

Ethiopia has one of the youngest populations in the world, with over half of its citizens under 20 years of age. Over the past two decades, it has made remarkable progress in increasing school enrolment rates for girls and boys,

Adolescent economic empowerment in Ethiopia

Introduction While Ethiopia is one of Africa’s fastest-growing economies and has seen significant declines in poverty levels over the past decade, high rates of multidimensional poverty persist. The effects on adolescents are particularly significant, including a high likelihood of involvement

Adolescent bodily integrity and freedom from violence in Ethiopia

Introduction Existing evidence suggests that most Ethiopian adolescents have experienced at least one form of age- or gender-based violence (Pankhurst et al., 2018; Save the Children, 2011), and although declining over time, according to the latest Ethiopian Demographic and Health

Nation Prepares to Begin Asset Registration of Public Servants

Addiis Ababa,  Ethiopia is preparing to introduce systems of asset declaration for public servants in order to help the fight against corruption in the country, Federal Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission announced. A two day training was held in Dire­-Dawa city

Nation Finalizes Preparation to Repatriate 500 Ethiopians from Lebanon

Addis Ababa, The government of Ethiopia is finalizing preparations to repatriate some 500 Ethiopians from Lebanon, according to Ethiopian Consulate in Beirut. Consulate General, Temesgen Omar told ENA that following the economic downturn  in Lebanon, the life of many Ethiopians