Daily Archives: September 11, 2020

Ethiopia: COVID-19 Humanitarian impact – Situation Update No. 12, as of 2 September 2020

This report is prepared under the auspices of the National Emergency Coordination Center for COVID-19 response, led by the National Disaster Risk Management Commission (NDRMC), supported by OCHA Ethiopia with the participation of Cluster Coordinators. This issue covers the period

Moria fires, Ethiopian polls, and an A-Z of aid: The Cheat Sheet

Europe’s largest refugee camp has burned to the ground. The 13,000 people who were living in Moria on the Greek island of Lesvos have faced Greece’s long indifference toward living conditions in the camp, a coronavirus outbreak, the Greek government’s hardline migration policies, and rising anti-refugee

A new partnership to enhance the sexual reproductive health of women and adolescents in Ethiopia

CPAR and Global Affairs Canada are joining forces on a new four-year, $4.1 million CAD project to improve the sexual reproductive health (SRH) of women and adolescents in Ethiopia. The project will support the delivery of the national Ethiopian curriculum

Former U.S. Assist Sec of State Lambastes Suspension of Assistance, Urges USA to Mend Ways ion to Mend its Ways

Addis Abeba   The Trump administration’s decision to suspend and delay development assistance to Ethiopia over the filling of the new Grand Renaissance Dam (GERD) is misguided, shortsighted, and will undermine Washington’s relations and influence in one of Africa’s most significant

PM Abiy Serves Meal for 500 Citizens as the New Year Celebrates

Addis Abeba   Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed and First Lady Zinash Tayachew have served repast for 500 elders and disabled people as celebrating the dawn of the Ethiopian New Year-2013. Praising one of the foundations which have been working on needy

Ethiopians Celebrating 2013 New Year

Addis Ababa  Ethiopians across the country are celebrating the New Year, also known as Enkutatash. Enkutatash 2013 falls on Friday, September 11, 2020, beginning of the New Year in Ethiopia. Unlike the rest of the world, Ethiopia rings in its

Some 147 Ethiopians Repatriated from Saudi Arabia

Addis Ababa  Some 147 Ethiopians living in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia repatriated home on Thursday, Ministry of Foreign Affairs said. The returnees were under dire conditions in Riyadh, it was indicated. It is to be recalled that the government of Ethiopia