WFP Ends Emergency Operation That Helped Many Survive Drought in Swaziland

[WFP] WFP’s leading donors including the European Union, USA, CERF, Japan and the African Development Bank – contributed US$9.4 million towards food and cash assistance.

[WFP] WFP's leading donors including the European Union, USA, CERF, Japan and the African Development Bank - contributed US$9.4 million towards food and cash assistance.

source: AllAfrica News: Swaziland

Philippines Eyes Intensified Bilateral Ties to Ethiopia – Ambassador

[Ethiopian Herald] Republic of the Philippines aims at a series of bilateral political talks with Ethiopia in a bid to intensify the four decade long diplomatic ties between the two countries, Ambassador of Philippines to Egypt, Ethiopia, Sudan, Eritre…

[Ethiopian Herald] Republic of the Philippines aims at a series of bilateral political talks with Ethiopia in a bid to intensify the four decade long diplomatic ties between the two countries, Ambassador of Philippines to Egypt, Ethiopia, Sudan, Eritrea and Djibouti Leslie Baja told The Ethiopian Herald.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

GERD – a Reward to Downstream Countries

[Ethiopian Herald] It might be unfair for a country endowed with copious water resources suffering of thirst and hunger for years but that was a reality. Sadly, although Ethiopia is endowed with abundant water resources, it has only utilized an insigni…

[Ethiopian Herald] It might be unfair for a country endowed with copious water resources suffering of thirst and hunger for years but that was a reality. Sadly, although Ethiopia is endowed with abundant water resources, it has only utilized an insignificant amount, nearly 3 per cent.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Construction Professionals’ Code of Ethics in the Pipeline

[Ethiopian Herald] The Addis Ababa Construction Bureau has finalized the preparation of Construction Professionals’ Code of Ethics Regulation in what it said would partially help address the irregularities and malpractices facing the construction sector.

[Ethiopian Herald] The Addis Ababa Construction Bureau has finalized the preparation of Construction Professionals' Code of Ethics Regulation in what it said would partially help address the irregularities and malpractices facing the construction sector.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Seven Professors Shortlisted for CUE Top Job

[Nation] Former Egerton University Vice-chancellor James Tuitoek is among seven top academicians who have been shortlisted for the position of chief executive officer at Commission for University Education.

[Nation] Former Egerton University Vice-chancellor James Tuitoek is among seven top academicians who have been shortlisted for the position of chief executive officer at Commission for University Education.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

‘Stadiums Will Be Ready By November’

[Nation] The government on Wednesday assured that the five stadiums earmarked to host next year’s African Nations Championship (Chan) will be ready for use by November.

[Nation] The government on Wednesday assured that the five stadiums earmarked to host next year's African Nations Championship (Chan) will be ready for use by November.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Uniqueness, Beauty of Hararis’ Ritual Performance

[Ethiopian Herald] The Harari people are familiar with a number of rituals that they perform during their joy or mourning times. They trust in God for each involvement alongside with their tireless effort. They reside in the city of Harar, situated in …

[Ethiopian Herald] The Harari people are familiar with a number of rituals that they perform during their joy or mourning times. They trust in God for each involvement alongside with their tireless effort. They reside in the city of Harar, situated in the Harari State, eastern Ethiopia.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Religious Institutes Key to Combat Extremism

[Ethiopian Herald] Very recently, when one of our famous artists has posted his photos on the social media that display his religious belief, some friends of mine started reflecting their different views. One of them said that what the artist did could…

[Ethiopian Herald] Very recently, when one of our famous artists has posted his photos on the social media that display his religious belief, some friends of mine started reflecting their different views. One of them said that what the artist did could be offensive to his fans who have different religious background while the other friend took diametrically opposite position stating, "The artist has the right to pursue his own religious practice, his fans ought to respect that."

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia