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Ethiopia: Government and humanitarian partners launched the Humanitarian Requirements Document (HRD)

US$230 million urgently needed to address food and non-food needs for the remainder of the year

Addis Ababa, 24 August 2015: On 18 August, the Government of Ethiopia officially launched the joint-Government and humanitarian partners- Humanitarian Requirements Document (HRD) mid-year review. 532 more words


Foster care and reunification efforts for separated children in Gambella refugee camps

by Monica Martinez and Nadine Tatge

Gambella, Ethiopia, 22 April 2015 – Nyadiet is a 50 year old South Sudanese woman who came to Kule refugee camp two years ago when her life was at risk due to the fighting in her country. 603 more words


Mobile Health and Nutrition Teams Key to Behavioural Change in Somali Region

By Matt Sarson

DHANDAMANE, SOMALI REGION, ETHIOPIA, 23rd October 2013 – As we drive through the Valley of Marvels between JigJiga, the Somali Regional capital, and Babille, which straddles the neighbouring Oromia Region, the emerald glow of vibrant plant life sits in stark contrast to the florescent copper shimmer of the soil below. 1,750 more words


A great day for Africa: polio nears its end

Today marks one year since we have had a case of the wild poliovirus anywhere in Africa, the last having been reported from Somalia with a date of onset of 11th August 2014. 638 more words


11 August 2015 Economic News Briefs

Circum Minerals completes Definitive Feasibility Study on Danakil project

Circum Minerals Limited, a 2% owned subsidiary of Premier African Minerals Limited, released details of its recently completed Definitive Feasibility Study on its potash project in the Danakil Basin in Ethiopia. 2,332 more words

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The Teenage Parliamentarian

By Bethlehem Kiros

SOMALI REGION, 24 January 2014 – “Dreams won’t cost you a thing, so dream,’’ cheerfully exclaimed Ubah Jemal, as she concluded delivering one of her weekly pep talks to the Girls Club members from all the primary schools in Jigjiga town, the capital of the Somali region. 970 more words


Where China Goes To Outsource Its Own Soaring Labor Costs

Submitted by Tyler Durden on 07/24/2014

30 years ago, the great outsourcing wave took millions of US low-skilled jobs and planted them right in the heart of China, which was about to undergo the fastest industrialization-commercialization-financialization experiment in history. 2,161 more words