Brian-Herlihy

Leading African Infrastructure firm Black Rhino to meet with international stakeholders at Powering Africa: Ethiopia 2014

Founder and CEO of Black Rhino, Brian Herlihy, will attend and speak at the 3rd annual investment meeting Powering Africa: Ethiopia, More »

Tim Clark

Emirates to grow African operations by 40% in coming decade

Emirates is placing a strategic focus on Africa in the coming decade by increasing operations by over 40%, says Tim Clark, President of Emirates Airline. view full More »

Devex meet audience

Devex partnerships forum: bridging the global-local gap in Addis Abeba

Global development is going local — what will that look like a decade from now? The message from Ethiopia this week is that the answer will hinge on a new vision of partnership, guided by clear strategy and increasingly allied with a poverty-conscious private sector. view full post » More »

The rebirth of Egypt

Leading African Infrastructure firm Black Rhino to meet with international stakeholders at Powering Africa: Ethiopia 2014

Brian-Herlihy

Founder and CEO of Black Rhino, Brian Herlihy, will attend and speak at the 3rd annual investment meeting Powering Africa: Ethiopia, taking place from 20-21st November in Addis Abeba.

Print Friendly

Emirates to grow African operations by 40% in coming decade

Tim Clark

Emirates is placing a strategic focus on Africa in the coming decade by increasing operations by over 40%, says Tim Clark, President of Emirates Airline.

Print Friendly

Devex partnerships forum: bridging the global-local gap in Addis Abeba

Devex meet audience

Global development is going local — what will that look like a decade from now?
The message from Ethiopia this week is that the answer will hinge on a new vision of partnership, guided by clear strategy and increasingly allied with a poverty-conscious private sector.

Print Friendly

Rotary announces US$2 million in grants to fight polio in Ethiopia

Rotary

In advance of the Oct. 24 observance of World Polio Day 2014, Rotary announces US$2 million in grants to combat polio in Ethiopia. The funds – part of Rotary’s broader contribution of $44.7 million to end the paralyzing disease worldwide – will be used by UNICEF to support high quality polio immunization campaigns.

Print Friendly
This site is protected by Comment SPAM Wiper.