Ethiopia Cited for Gains in Access to Education

Peter Heinlein, VOA The United Nations is singling out Ethiopia for exceptional progress in providing children access to primary education. Ethiopian schools are struggling to cope with a 500 percent increase in enrollment in the past 20 years. Principal Aklilu Dawit sits in an empty classroom at Addis Ababa’s Urael school, wondering how to handle […]


African Foreign Ministers Arriving in Addis Ababa to Attend AU’s Executive Council Meeting

African Ministers of Foreign Affairs are arriving in Ethiopia’s capital Addis Ababa to partake in the 39th Ordinary Session of the Executive Council of the African Union that is expected to be kicked off tomorrow. Accordingly, Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Côted’Ivoire, Kandia, Kamissoko Camara, Gabon,  Moubelet Boubeya and  Burkina Faso,  Alpha […]

Food for the Hungry awarded $143M USAID grant to improve food security in poverty stricken Amhara Region

Amhara, Ethiopia International humanitarian organization, Food for the Hungry (FH), has been awarded a $143M grant from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Bureau for Humanitarian Affairs to implement their Poverty Reduced Sustainably in an Environment of Resilient and Vibrant Economy (PReSERVE) project in the Amhara Region, in northern Ethiopia. Through PReSERVE, FH […]