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Development Bank of Ethiopia (DBE) to celebrate its 100th Anniversary -...
Posted On 10/17/2009 08:00:05 by ethiomeetreporter
The DBE was first established as The Société Nationale de l’Ethiopie pour  le Dévelopment de l’ Agriculture et de Commerce (The National Society for the promotion of Agriculture and Trade) during the time of Emperor Menelik II. Since then, it has taken different names at different times:[Read More at: Development Bank of Ethiopia (DBE) to celebrate its 100th Anniversary - Good News Ethiopia (blog)]... Read More



Your Travels: Coming-of-age rite in Ethiopia - AZ Central.com
Posted On 10/15/2009 20:00:04 by ethiomeetreporter
Three days and four flat tires south of Addis Ababa, the capital, we ventured to market day in Dimeka. Small flocks of children jockeyed for position to lead us around the market, where men dressed in beaded arm, leg and neck bands traded cattle, while women with red clay tresses and beaded goat-hid[Read More at: Your Travels: Coming-of-age rite in Ethiopia - AZ Central.com]... Read More



Ethiopia: Persecution of Singers Under the Repressive TPLF Regime -...
Posted On 10/15/2009 18:00:05 by ethiomeetreporter
Due to their immense talent and creativity, artists express the unspoken and often suppressed feelings of the society. This creativity is power – power not just to express the views of the society, but also to resonate what is hidden and change public opinion about policies. That is the very r[Read More at: Ethiopia: Persecution of Singers Under the Repressive TPLF Regime - Gadaa.com Oduu - News]... Read More



Ethiopia Again Struggles to Treat Malnutrition - Voice of America
Posted On 10/15/2009 12:00:05 by ethiomeetreporter
Hunger is again stalking East Africa. The United Nations says 20 million people will need emergency food aid before the end of this year in six nations - Ethiopia, Eritrea, Somalia, Kenya, Uganda and Sudan. Poverty and drought are challenging the best efforts of the government and international aid[Read More at: Ethiopia Again Struggles to Treat Malnutrition - Voice of America]... Read More



Ethiopian Sorghum Breeder Wins 2009 World Food Prize - Voice of America
Posted On 10/15/2009 12:00:05 by ethiomeetreporter
The 2009 World Food Prize has been awarded to Gebisa Ejeta, an Ethiopian-born plant scientist at Purdue University. The private, $250,000 award -- presented at ceremonies in Des Moines, Iowa, October 15th -- is given annually to people who have helped address the world's food needs. This year's pr[Read More at: Ethiopian Sorghum Breeder Wins 2009 World Food Prize - Voice of America]... Read More



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