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White-crested Helmet-shrike (Prionops plumatus)

I took this photo of a rather frumpy looking White-crested Helmet-shrike (Prionops plumatus) in Harenna forest, Ethiopia.

Nature

Breastfeeding gives children the best start in life: key for sustainable development

Giving children the best start in life begins with breastfeeding.  Breastmilk is the natural first food for newborns. It provides children with necessary nutrients for their growth and development and protects them from deadly diseases such as pneumonia and diarrhoea. 429 more words

Unicef

Ethiopia: Government and partners launch the mid-year review of Humanitarian Requirements Document (HRD) for 2016

US$612.4 million urgently needed to address food and non-food needs for 9.7million people  

Addis Ababa, 12 August 2016: On 12 August, the Government of Ethiopia officially launched the revision of the… 438 more words

Ethiopia

ONEWASH  – UNICEF Ethiopia’s pivotal role 

By Dr Samuel Godfrey

Two months ago, I asked five friends of mine two critical questions; one where does the water that flows out of your tap come from and second where does the waste that is flushed down your toilet go to? 486 more words

Unicef

Malachite Kingfisher (Corythornis cristatus)

I took this photo of a Malachite Kingfisher (Corythornis cristatus) at Lake Ziway in Ethiopia.

Nature

Ethiopia Sidamo Guji GURACHO

  • Clean Cup
  • Jasmin Floral Sweetness
  • Black Tea notes

This Guracho coffee comes from Sidamo Guji.

Guji coffee has been receiving a lot of attention from the Specialty Coffee World lately, and for good reason. 89 more words

ETHIOPIA

What's Apartheid Regime and Failed State Features Got To Do With It

Failed state

A failed state is a political body that has disintegrated to a point where basic conditions and responsibilities of a sovereign government no longer function properly. 303 more words

Economic Development