Category Archives: Medical/Health Care

‘One Migrant � One Tree’: Over 100 Migrants Plant Trees on Niger’s Independence Day

Niger's economy is largely dependent on subsistence agriculture, making it vulnerable to adverse climatic conditions. It is estimated that more than 100,000 hectares of arable land are lost each year …

Ethiopia: East and West Wellega (Oromia), Kamashi and Assosa (BG) Displacement Snapshot As of 30 June 2019

Following the inter-communal conflict that erupted in Kamashi zone, Benishangul Gumuz region on 26 September 2018, there was massive displacement of people (majority being women and children) triggering protection concerns. …

Japan Gives Highest Award to Former Ethiopian Prime Minister

Addis Ababa Former Prime Minister Hailemariam Dessalegn was awarded yesterday the Grand Cordon of the Order of the Rising Sun for his distinguished service to society and Ethio-Japanese relation.

During …

Japan Gives Highest Award to Former Ethiopian Prime Minister

Addis Ababa Former Prime Minister Hailemariam Dessalegn was awarded yesterday the Grand Cordon of the Order of the Rising Sun for his distinguished service to society and Ethio-Japanese relation.

During …

World Vision East Africa Region Situation Report | June 1 – June 30, 2019

Key messages

Humanitarian needs: An estimated 30 million people across East Africa region are in need of humanitarian assistance. Various crises like conflict, drought, floods, and disease outbreaks and rising …

Ethiopia Humanitarian Fund in Brief (as of July 2019)

Background to the Ethiopia Humanitarian Fund

Established in 2006, the Ethiopia Humanitarian Fund (EHF) responds to disasters triggered by natural hazards, such as droughts, floods and outbreaks of diseases, as …

Elderly Migrant Returnees Find Shelter and Care in Addis Ababa

Addis Ababa � Sixty-one-year-old Mebratu Teshome spent 10 years in Somalia. He is the first elderly migrant returnee to find a permanent home at a shelter in the Ethiopian capital.…

Thursday’s Daily Brief: Somalia bombing condemned, as UN expert calls for more international help; Africa faces locust swarms; new leaders for UN atomic watchdog and top economic body

Our main stories today: senior UN officials condemn attacks on Somalia capital, and call for continued international support; the International Atomic Energy Agency and UN's Economic and Social Council welcome …