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Addis Abeba, August 28/2018 – Schools. Factories. Courthouses. These are just a few of the buildings that now act as shelters for displaced families in southern Ethiopia after a wave of inter-communal clashes along the border areas of Gedeo and West Guji zones drove nearly one million people from their …

Caption: Karo Children playing above the Omo River, Karo, South Omo Zone, SNNPR. ©UNICEF Ethiopia/2005/Getachew Why South Omo Zone is still not in 2018 Asress Adimi Gikay (PhD), For Addis Standard Addis Abeba, Aug. 23/2018 – When journalists, activists and political analysts spoke in the past that the Ethiopian political …

CA-based practices are improving soil health and yields for Ethiopian smallholders Sophie Reeve Addis Abeba/Hawassa, August 03/2018 – Major factors limiting food production for smallholder farmers across sub-Saharan Africa include the depletion of soil fertility, soil erosion and periodic droughts due to climate change. In Ethiopia, crop productivity is further …