Women and children constitute the prime victims of Ethiopia's armed conflict. Picture: Refugees from Tigray arriving in Sudan in December 2020/UNFPA
Addis Abeba - The World Bank has approved a $300 million International Development Association (IDA) grant for the "Response-Recovery-Resilience for Conflict-Affected Communities in Ethiopia Project,"
“They sprayed us with bullets and we all fell into the ditch below,” recalled Mesfin, one of the men who survived. © 2022 John Holmes for Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International
Addis Abeba - The Ministry of foreign affairs issued a statement last night in response
In several towns in Western Tigray, signs were displayed demanding that Tigrayans leave, and pamphlets distributed issuing Tigrayans a 24-hour or 72-hour ultimatum to leave or be killed. © 2022 John Holmes for Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International
Tigrayans in Western Tigray Zone of Ethiopia