Vibrant MSEs in Creating Jobs

[Ethiopian Herald] It is heartening to hear young women and men speaking in praise of Micro and Small Enterprises (MSEs). It ha allowed them in finding employment, creating wealth for themselves and becoming driving engines of the transformation proces…

[Ethiopian Herald] It is heartening to hear young women and men speaking in praise of Micro and Small Enterprises (MSEs). It ha allowed them in finding employment, creating wealth for themselves and becoming driving engines of the transformation process, which the country is undergoing. Many role models of fruitfulness and growth-oriented young entrepreneurs engaged in MSEs are standing out for their achievements, both individually and collectively.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Premier Congratulates President-Elect Donald Trump

[Ethiopian Herald] Prime Minister Hailemariam Dessalegn yesterday congratulated US President-elect Donald J. Trump upon his victory to become the 45th President of the United States of America.

[Ethiopian Herald] Prime Minister Hailemariam Dessalegn yesterday congratulated US President-elect Donald J. Trump upon his victory to become the 45th President of the United States of America.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Addis to Host 6th Int’l Pulses, Oil Seeds and Spice Conference

[Ethiopian Herald] The Ethiopian Pulses, Oil-seed and Spices Processors Exporters Association said the 6th International Conference on Pulses, Oil seeds and Spice will create a platform to promote aforesaid commodities in the international market.

[Ethiopian Herald] The Ethiopian Pulses, Oil-seed and Spices Processors Exporters Association said the 6th International Conference on Pulses, Oil seeds and Spice will create a platform to promote aforesaid commodities in the international market.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Small-Scale Irrigation Key to Ensure Food Security

[Ethiopian Herald] Naturally, farmers used to look on the sky to check whether the rain would come or not. Unless farmers get rain water, they cannot go farming, because the rain-fed is not controlled by their own hands. But, if they could use adequate…

[Ethiopian Herald] Naturally, farmers used to look on the sky to check whether the rain would come or not. Unless farmers get rain water, they cannot go farming, because the rain-fed is not controlled by their own hands. But, if they could use adequate technology, schemes, proper land management practice, it is possible to modernize agriculture with a rain-fed which should not be considered as the sign of backwardness.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Ministry Offering Hoteliers Successive Standard Service Training

[Ethiopian Herald] The Ministry of Culture and Tourism said the hospitality sector is registering progress providing standard services as to the dictates of modern time.

[Ethiopian Herald] The Ministry of Culture and Tourism said the hospitality sector is registering progress providing standard services as to the dictates of modern time.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Korean Volunteers Arrive Here

[Ethiopian Herald] The Korean International Cooperation Agency announced five World Friends Korea (WFK) volunteers who have over ten years of experience arrived in Ethiopia to provide voluntary service for the next two years in Makalle and Adama towns …

[Ethiopian Herald] The Korean International Cooperation Agency announced five World Friends Korea (WFK) volunteers who have over ten years of experience arrived in Ethiopia to provide voluntary service for the next two years in Makalle and Adama towns in Tigray and Oromia states respectively.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

U.S. Election 2016 – A Viewpoint

[Ethiopian Herald] The long campaign to become the next president of the United States of America is over and Donald Trump won the presidency to occupy the famous Oval Office in the White House and become the forty fifth president, starting the count f…

[Ethiopian Herald] The long campaign to become the next president of the United States of America is over and Donald Trump won the presidency to occupy the famous Oval Office in the White House and become the forty fifth president, starting the count from George Washington and coming to reach President Barrack Obama, the forty forth and the first African American president in the history of the nation.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

President Lungu Turns 60

President Edgar Lungu is today celebrating his 60th birthday. Infrastructure and housing minister Ronald Chitotela has wished the country’s sixth Head of State a happy birthday. BELOW IS CHITOTELA’S MESSAGE HON. CHITOTELA PRAYS FOR PRESIDENT LUNGU’S JOYFUL JOURNEY AHEAD ON … Continued

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President Edgar Lungu is today celebrating his 60th birthday. Infrastructure and housing minister Ronald Chitotela has wished the country’s sixth Head of State a happy birthday. BELOW IS CHITOTELA’S MESSAGE HON. CHITOTELA PRAYS FOR PRESIDENT LUNGU’S JOYFUL JOURNEY AHEAD ON HIS BIRTHDAY Lusaka, Thursday, November 10, 2016 Minister of Infrastructure Development and Housing Ronald Chitotela has sent good wishes to His Excellency the President of the Republic of Zambia Mr. Edgar Chagwa Lungu on his birthday that falls tomorrow. Mr. Chitotela says he is praying for President Lungu’s long life, exceptional health and a joyful journey ahead. “We thank the Almighty God and pray that as you celebrate this landmark age, you will be graced with many more years filled with sound health, abundance of joy and overwhelming strength, ” the Minister said. Mr. Chitotela said as leader of Zambia, President Lungu has exhibited uncommon wisdom, remarkable vision and exemplary leadership. “I wish you peace, good health and happiness. Congratulations and happy birthday Your Excellency. As you mark your years of existence on earth today, I join many Zambians to wish you a very happy birthday my leader. God bless you. God bless you Zambia. ,” said Chitotela. Hon. Ronald Kaoma Chitotela, MP Minister of Infrastructure Development and Housing November 10, 2016. The post President Lungu Turns 60 appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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Feature-in Morocco’s Hills, Tourist Dollars Could Keep Argan Oil Flowing

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Ait Hssaine -In an ambitious project, the U.N. is hoping tourism can be enlisted to help pay locals to protect shrinking argan forests

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Ait Hssaine -In an ambitious project, the U.N. is hoping tourism can be enlisted to help pay locals to protect shrinking argan forests

source: AllAfrica News: Morocco