Oakland Inst.| Ethiopia’s land grab nightmare of the Suri People

PRESS RELEASEEngineering Ethnic ConflictThe Toll of Ethiopia’s Plantation Development on the Suri PeopleNovember 10, 2014.

Ethiopia should wake up and smell the coffee – Financial Times

(Mian Ridge) Ethiopia, Africa’s biggest coffee producer, will benefit from unusually dry weather in Brazil.

Interview with Ethiopian woman farmer – speaker at ‘Nobel Prize of agriculture’

From Small Village to the Global Stage: Ethiopian Women Farmer to speak at World Food.

The 4th African Green Revolution Forum launched in Addis

Africa’s’ political capital, Addis Ababa, is hosting the African Green Revolution Forum, AGRF 2014, the.

Dr. Costantinos: Can Ethiopia ever feed itself?

Last month, at the 23rd anniversary of the downfall of the Dergue regime, Prime Minister.

Ethiopia, Tigrai - Wolkait Sugar Project, May Day Dam (under construction)
Special report| Ethiopian Sugar Corporation’s “May Day Dam”

[HornAffairs staff Fetsum Berhane visited the project sites of Ethiopian Sugar Corporation this month. This.

Without women, the world would go hungry

(Ranjitha Puskur) Today, agriculture is still considered a man’s world despite the 602 million women.

Ethiopia: Sprinting towards the top three

(Kelechi Anyanwu & Olisemeka Obeche from MoFED) Admired for having registered fast and impressive growth.

Indigenous peoples’ autonomy: Missing in the land grab debate

In 2007, in his annual conference with representatives of the Ethiopian youth, drawn from all.

Saline lake puts Awash River and Aggro-investments at risk

Highlight: Authorities have attributed Beseka’s growth to irrigation runoff in the Metahara area. A saline.