Garden, Stakeholders Promoting Alternative Medical System

[Ethiopian Herald] Gullele Botanic Garden said it has been gathering and supplying plants that are utilized in traditional medicine to promote alternative systems of medicine as health care services.

[Ethiopian Herald] Gullele Botanic Garden said it has been gathering and supplying plants that are utilized in traditional medicine to promote alternative systems of medicine as health care services.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Mechanics Behind Rapid HIV Test Kits Assessment

[Ethiopian Herald] Throughout its history, Ethiopia has only twice applied fast HIV test kits algorithm. HIV-rapid test kits like ‘Determine’, ‘Capillus’ and ‘Uni-Gold’ were used by the country in that order. After local assessment of kits was carried …

[Ethiopian Herald] Throughout its history, Ethiopia has only twice applied fast HIV test kits algorithm. HIV-rapid test kits like 'Determine', 'Capillus' and 'Uni-Gold' were used by the country in that order. After local assessment of kits was carried out for the second time 'KHB', 'Stat-Pak' and 'Uni-Gold' kits were put in place in that order.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

De Lille and the EFF

[DA] The DA notes the reports that the party has taken a decision to charge Cape Town Mayor, Patricia De Lille, over her attendance of the EFF’s Memorial Service in honour of Mama Winnie Madikizela-Mandela. These reports are simply untrue.

[DA] The DA notes the reports that the party has taken a decision to charge Cape Town Mayor, Patricia De Lille, over her attendance of the EFF's Memorial Service in honour of Mama Winnie Madikizela-Mandela. These reports are simply untrue.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

What It Takes for the Printing Industry to Flourish

[Ethiopian Herald] Rife with challenges such as limited financial and local capacity and unavailability of advanced technologies, the printing sector is looking to undertake remedial action that would change its fortunes for the better.

[Ethiopian Herald] Rife with challenges such as limited financial and local capacity and unavailability of advanced technologies, the printing sector is looking to undertake remedial action that would change its fortunes for the better.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Frontrunners in Industrialization

[Ethiopian Herald] Ethiopia aspires to use its human resource and agricultural potential as springboard in its quest to industrialize. The Agriculture Development Led Industrialization policy mainly targets to exploit the potential of the agriculture s…

[Ethiopian Herald] Ethiopia aspires to use its human resource and agricultural potential as springboard in its quest to industrialize. The Agriculture Development Led Industrialization policy mainly targets to exploit the potential of the agriculture sector as sustainable supplier of inputs to newly flourishing industries. In this regard, the strategy to give special focus to the textile and apparel as well as leather and leather products subsectors is a bold move.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Diaspora’s Economic Involvement – a Boon to Domestic Efforts

[Ethiopian Herald] In his inaugural speech Prime Minister Dr. Abiy Ahmed boldly vowed that all doors will remain open to embolden active participation of Ethiopian diaspora across different spheres while calling on them to return to homeland with finan…

[Ethiopian Herald] In his inaugural speech Prime Minister Dr. Abiy Ahmed boldly vowed that all doors will remain open to embolden active participation of Ethiopian diaspora across different spheres while calling on them to return to homeland with financial and expertise investments.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Govt Punishes 430 Workers After CAG’s Damning Report

[Citizen] Dodoma -Since November last year, at least 434 civil servants have faced disciplinary action for occasioning losses to municipal authorities, abuse of public funds and failure to discharge duties, it was revealed on Thursday April 12 in Dodoma.

[Citizen] Dodoma -Since November last year, at least 434 civil servants have faced disciplinary action for occasioning losses to municipal authorities, abuse of public funds and failure to discharge duties, it was revealed on Thursday April 12 in Dodoma.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania