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GCAO receives communication equipment from UNDP

Addis Abeba- The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) is handing over almost three million birr worth of communication equipment to the Government Communication Affairs Office () to help it enhance its More »

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farming in Amhara regional state

New voucher system to benefit Ethiopian smallholder farmers

Addis Abeba – The Agricultural Transformation Agency (ATA) announced that it has successfully piloted a voucher input sales system in the Amhara Regional State. In the pilot program, 156, More »

GCAO receives communication equipment from UNDP

GCAO

Addis Abeba- The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) is handing over almost three million birr worth of communication equipment to the Government Communication Affairs Office () to help it enhance its staff’s day to day work.

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Maybe we are just really stupid

thats america

Tomas Mega, our U.S. correspondent from Las Vegas, Nevada, learns what it means to wake up to his now invalid insurance policy, which was changed against his will

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New voucher system to benefit Ethiopian smallholder farmers

farming in Amhara regional state

Addis Abeba – The Agricultural Transformation Agency (ATA) announced that it has successfully piloted a voucher input sales system in the Amhara Regional State. In the pilot program, 156, 000 farmers were reached in five rural districs, said the ATA on 15th of Dec., in the regional state’s capital, Bahir Dar, a lakeside city located 578km north of Addis Abeba . The Voucher system is said to benefit farmers in meeting thier credit needs.

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Update: state TV admits one killed, several injured in Bahir Dar’s protest rally

Bahir Dar

Calm has returned to Bahir Dar, a lakeside city located 578km north of Addis Abeba, and the capital of the Amhara regional state, after a turbulent protest rally on Friday Dec. 19th by the residents of the city.
State TV reported that one person was killed and a few people were injured when the police tried to break the protests. But eye witnesses who sent messages to Addis Standard magazine claim the number of death to be “at least two-three.”

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Ethiopia and its regional diplomacy: Ethiopia’s dominant interpretation of the Horn of Africa

Dr Mehari Taddele Maru

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