World Leaders Adopt Outcome Document Urging Greater South-South Cooperation to Achieve Sustainable Development, as Buenos Aires Conference Concludes

Enhanced Collaboration Crucial to Address Changing Geopolitical Landscape, Resource Constraints, Delegates Stress

BUENOS AIRES, 22 March — Concluding a landmark conference on the crucial role of South-South cooperation in the planet’s …

United Nations Conference on South-South Cooperation — Plenary

Enhanced Collaboration Crucial to Address Changing Geopolitical Landscape, Resource Constraints, Delegates Stress

BUENOS AIRES, 22 March — Concluding a landmark conference on the crucial role of South-South cooperation in the planet’s …

Honoring the Victims with Traditional Memorial Service

Local residents of Gimbichu Woreda (district), where ET 302/10 March accident happened, held traditional memorial service on March 21, 2019 to honor those who lost their lives in the accident. …

To Continue Ethiopia’s Growth, We Need Universal Access to Water

On this World Water Day it is important to realise that, while Ethiopia's economy is growing, to achieve true progress and eradicate poverty we need universal access to clean water.…

Dr. Hirut Kassaw Visits the Resting Place of the Remains of Prince Alemayehu, Son of Emperor Tewodros II

The Minister repeated the request for the remains of Prince Alemayehu to

be repatriated to Ethiopia, asking for her request to be passed on to

all concerned bodies so that …

Over 28 Mn birr Worth Goods Donated to Displaced and Others in Oromia

Addis Ababa March 21/2019 Ministry of Revenues donated over 28.4 million birr worth contraband clothes, sugar and edible oil to displaced persons, poor inmates and persons temporarily held in Oromia …

More children killed by unsafe water, than bullets, says UNICEF chief

UNICEF's 16-nation study into how water supplies effect children caught up in emergencies, also shows that children under-five are on average more than 20 times more likely to die from …

More children killed by unsafe water, than bullets, says UNICEF chief

UNICEF's 16-nation study into how water supplies effect children caught up in emergencies, also shows that children under-five are on average more than 20 times more likely to die from …

Program Reunites S. Sudanese Separated During War

JUBA, SOUTH SUDAN Tens of thousands of civilians who fled the South Sudanese city of Malakal during fighting that broke out in 2013 are slowly returning home.

The town still …

Water under Fire: For every child, water and sanitation in complex emergencies

Children living in protracted conflicts are three times more likely to die from water-related diseases than from violence � UNICEF

NEW YORK, 22 March 2019 � Children under the age …