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Germany: G-7 nations can lead the way on ending coal use

The Associated Press 26 May 2022
Much of the Sahelian region designated for the Green Wall is rife with security issues, with efforts in Sudan, Ethiopia, Mali, Chad, Niger and Nigeria all impacted ... First proposed in 2005, the program aims to plant a forest all the way from Senegal on the Atlantic Ocean in the west to Eritrea, Ethiopia and Djibouti in the east.
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Connectivity, content, commerce: Innovation Africa Digital Summit highlights infrastructure and impacts of digital transformation

Your Story 25 May 2022
Communication options along with the potential of unleashing financial services were discussed by Pedro Rabacal, Chief Technology and IT Officer, Safaricom Ethiopia; Naoll Merdassa, VP, Sr ... The speaker lineup included Myriam Said, Advisor, Prime Minister’s Office, Ethiopia; Bemnet ...
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Tedros: From ‘child of war’ to WHO chief

Manila Standard 25 May 2022
His first term in office was turbulent, as he grappled with the global response to the pandemic and a long line of other ... Angered by his comments about the dire humanitarian situation in Tigray, Ethiopia’s government accused him of having “abused his office” to advance propaganda.
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Tedros, from 'child of war' to two-term WHO chief

Manila Bulletin 25 May 2022
His first term in office was turbulent, as he grappled with the global response to the pandemic and a ... Angered by his comments about the dire humanitarian situation in Tigray, Ethiopia’s government accused him of having “abused his office” to advance propaganda.
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Who Director-general Tedros Reappointed For His Second Term | Mint

Live Mint 24 May 2022
Tedros is a former government minister from Ethiopia. . His first term in office was turbulent, as he grappled not only with the global response to the pandemic but also a long line of other crises, including a sexual abuse scandal involving WHO staff in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
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Security concerns, slim support hinder Africa’s Green Wall

East Bay Times 24 May 2022
Much of the Sahelian region designated for the Green Wall is rife with security issues, with efforts in Sudan, Ethiopia, Mali, Chad, Niger and Nigeria all impacted ... First proposed in 2005, the program aims to plant a forest all the way from Senegal on the Atlantic Ocean in the west to Eritrea, Ethiopia and Djibouti in the east.
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Security concerns, lack of support stall Africa's Green Wall

Times Free Press 24 May 2022
Much of the Sahelian region designated for the Green Wall is rife with security issues, with efforts in Sudan, Ethiopia, Mali, Chad, Niger and Nigeria all impacted ... First proposed in 2005, the program aims to plant a forest all the way from Senegal on the Atlantic Ocean in the west to Eritrea, Ethiopia and Djibouti in the east.
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Tedros: From ‘child of war’ to two-term WHO chief

Gulf News 24 May 2022
In 1998, when war returned to Ethiopia, “I felt the same fear as a parent myself... His first term in office was ... Angered by his comments about the dire humanitarian situation in Tigray, Ethiopia’s government accused him of having “abused his office” to advance propaganda.
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Tedros, from ‘child of war’ to two-term WHO chief

The News International 24 May 2022
His first term in office was turbulent, as he grappled with the global response to the pandemic and a ... Angered by his comments about the dire humanitarian situation in Tigray, Ethiopia’s government accused him of having "abused his office" to advance propaganda.‘Under pressure’.
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Tedros, from 'child of war' to two-term WHO chiefHis first term in office was turbulent, ...

Deccan Herald 24 May 2022
In 1998, when war returned to Ethiopia, "I felt the same fear as a parent myself and my children had to hide in a bunker to shelter from the bombardment." ... Angered by his comments about the dire humanitarian situation in Tigray, Ethiopia's government accused him of having "abused his office" to advance propaganda.
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST – CONSULTANCY FIRMS for

Capital Ethiopia 23 May 2022
Construction of Abattoir in Moyale-Ethiopia ... The Consultant is expected to work in close collaboration with relevant institutions, in particular the abattoir administration and the meat production officers in Moyale-Kenya as well as Moyale-Ethiopia during the studies and preparation of the deliverables under this assignment.
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INVITATION TO BID

Capital Ethiopia 23 May 2022
WaterAid started its mission in Ethiopia in 1983 by financing small projects through established organizations such as Ethiopian Red Cross Society but opened its country office in 1991 ... WaterAid Ethiopia hereby invites eligible bidders to submit their bids for. ... WaterAid Ethiopia reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids.
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CALL FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST for Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) as “Implementation Partners” for infrastructure projects ...

Capital Ethiopia 23 May 2022
CALL FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST for Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) as “Implementation Partners” for infrastructure projects implemented in the area of MOYALE (Ethiopia and Kenya) ... Kenya and Ethiopia ... Construction of Boda-Boda office and Shelter (1 office and 1 shelter); ... Moyale-Ethiopia ... Construction of Boda-Boda offices and Shelters (2);.
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Ethiopian Regional Authority Arrests 4 Staff Members of Media Group

Voa News 23 May 2022
Authorities in Ethiopia's northern ... Amhara is the second-most populous region in Ethiopia, and a key constituency for Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed ... Critics say Abiy, who won a Nobel Peace Prize after taking office as a reformer in 2018, is cracking down on dissent around Ethiopia.

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