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2017-03-01 Lifting Many Out of Poverty
[Ethiopian Herald] Study findings indicate that Ethiopia's poverty index had declined from 38.7 to 29.6 per cent from 1997 to 2003 E.C. And most recently, the index has shown a significant improvement in poverty reduction .The figure has tumbled to 22 per cent by the year 2007 E.C. Accordingly, the nation has managed to achieve the millennium development goals of reducing poverty by half.

2017-03-01 Premier Says Africa Needs Economic Emancipation
[Ethiopian Herald] Ethiopia and Liberia have taken bold steps to enhance their ties.

2017-03-01 Ethiopia and South Sudan Strike Link Roads Deal
[East African] Ethiopia Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn and South Sudanese President Salva Kiir Friday signed several bilateral agreements among them the construction of two major link roads.

2017-03-01 Ras Degen (Dashen) That Takes Your Adventure to New Heights
[Ethiopian Herald] For adventure buffs, Ras Degen Mountain is the best place which is a must visit in a lifetime. With all the delightful activities and the adventure trekking sites. Ras Degen adventures not only make visitors refreshed and happy, but also busy exploring the endless exciting activities. It is a place where anyone will be able to leave all of their tensions behind.

2017-03-01 AU Urges Free Movement of People, Goods
[Ethiopian Herald] The Peace and Security Council of the African Union (AU-PSC) has urged member states to take necessary measures to implement the agreement which allows the free movement of people and goods in Africa.

2017-03-01 Aquaculture to Ensure Food Self Sufficiency
[Ethiopian Herald] Zegeye Tsige together with his six children resides in Agotu Anema Kebele, Wondo Woreda, Oromia State. Besides engaging in subsistence farming, he has now been engaged in fish husbandry in which he has been scoring significant achievements.

2017-03-01 Drought in the Horn, Ethiopia's Experience
[Ethiopian Herald] The Horn of Africa is one of the volatile regions with the people facing various man-made and natural disasters. Conflicts and droughts hit the region at different times. Boarder and internal conflicts linger at the region leaving the entire people in absolute fear.

2017-03-01 Japan Grants U.S.$1 Million for Quality Teacher Training
[Ethiopian Herald] Japan and UNESCO entered a cooperative agreement which provide one million USD fund for a project on quality teacher training and development for peace-building in the Horn of Africa.

2017-03-01 Prioritizing for Skilled Human Power
[Ethiopian Herald] Of late, Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn had laid a cornerstone for the construction of Borena University in Borena Zone, Oromia State. As the premier spoke after the groundbreaking ceremony, the construction of the university will assist in preserving the cultural values of the pastoral communities, and thereby to address their socio-economic issues.

2017-03-01 Liberia, Ethiopia to Cooperate On Education, Livestock, Fisheries, Health
[Observer] Liberia and Ethiopia have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) in the areas of education with emphasis on (TVET) for the development of human resource, Livestock and Fisheries, Cooperation in the field of health and medical sciences and cooperation in the field of commercial and industrial development.

2017-03-01 President Sirleaf Visits Hawassa Industrial Park in the Southern Nations, Nationalities and People's Region of Ethiopia.
[Liberia Govt] President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has paid an official visit to the Hawassa Industrial Park in the Southern Nations, Nationalities and People's Region of Ethiopia, which plays host to the largest Textiles and Apparel Park in Africa and one of the biggest in the world. The Industrial Park is home to 52 factories.

2017-03-01 Liberia-Ethiopia Sign MOU Covering Livestock, Fisheries, Health
[FrontPageAfrica] Addis Ababa -Liberia and Ethiopia have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) in the areas of education with emphasis on (TVET) for the development of human resource, Livestock and Fisheries, Cooperation in the field of health and medical sciences and cooperation in the field of commercial and industrial development.

2017-03-01 Benefit of Harnessing Inbound, Local Travellers
[Ethiopian Herald] Over the years travel and tourism had a tremendous economic impact directly contributing to economic growth. Both local and international travellers taking a voyage for business and leisure became part of a country's economy.

2017-03-01 Emulating Foreign Industrial Experiences
[Ethiopian Herald] HDPE corrugated pipe is lighter that iron.

2017-03-01 Amhara State Developing Yisma Nigus
[Ethiopian Herald] Amhara State allocated 8.5 million Birr to develop Yisma Nigus as one of the touristic destinations of the country.

2017-03-01 Adwa Is for All Africans, Black People - Association
[Ethiopian Herald] The Ethiopian Patriots Association has called on all Africans to mark the victory of Adwa for it signaled the beginning of end of imperialism.

2017-02-28 Ethiopian Banks Should Not Wait for Outsiders to Innovate
[Addis Fortune] It has been two years since Dangote Cement came to the scene of the country's cement industry. Instantly, the products of this factory dominated the market in four corners of the country. The company owned by a Nigerian multi-billionaire Aliko Dangote has become a pioneer in delivering its products to the gates of its customers using 180 "low bed" trucks with a capacity of carrying 400 quintals. It invested a total of 450 million dollars to join the cement industry in the country.

2017-02-28 Reigning Champions St. George Maintain Premier League Leadership
[Ethiopian Herald] Leading goal scorer Getaneh Kebede didn't score on Sunday but in the first leg his hat-trick sank Coffee to a 3-0 defeat

2017-02-28 Adwa - Shining Testimony for Unity's Landmark
[Ethiopian Herald] Ethiopians have already finalized the preparations to mark the 121st anniversary of the Adwa victory, which is the pride of Africans and black people. The Victory of Adwa, the great victory that was won by the Ethiopian army over the colonial forces of Italy on March 2nd 1896, will be celebrated this year colourfully.

2017-02-28 Sustainable Development Beyond Food Security Issue
[Ethiopian Herald] With enough food to feed everyone on the planet, why are there so many hungry people? This is just a rational question posed by the United Nations. As long as a number of hungry people are concerned, the statistics most frequently cited is that of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), which measures 'undernutrition'. It estimates that about 795 million people of the 7.3 billion people in the world, or one in nine, were suffering from chronic undernourishment between 2014-2016. While a

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