How “modernity” is making Ethiopian elders vulnerable [Must Watch]

How “modernity” is making Ethiopian elders vulnerable [Must Watch]

January 5,2017 Source : From Christian Science Monitor YouTube Channnel The above video is a report by Moika Rebala, for Christian Science Monitor, from Dire Dawa. With “modernity” changing and challenging traditional safety net social institutions, elders are impacted negatively and becoming more vulnerable. In a society that was deeply collective, solitude has become a […]

Sudan donates two buses to Ethiopian University

Sudan donates two buses to Ethiopian University

By Tesfa-Alem Tekle Sudan Tribune Published on January 2,2016 (ADDIS ABABA) – The Sudanese government has donated two buses to the state-owned Addis Ababa University. The country’s oldest institution, in a statement, said the donations followed a pledge made by the Sudanese president in July. Speaking at the handover occasion in the Ethiopian capital, Addis […]

Ethiopia : Berhanu and Mengistu score Ethiopian double at Xiamen Marathon

Ethiopia : Berhanu and Mengistu score Ethiopian double at Xiamen Marathon

IAAF January 2,2017 Lemi Berhanu and Meseret Mengistu led podium sweeps for Ethiopia at the Xiamen International Marathon on Monday (2), the first IAAF Gold Label Road Race of 2017. Berhanu, the reigning Boston Marathon champion, lived up to expectations as the fastest entrant, prevailing in 2:08:27. Mengistu, 26, won the women’s contest in 2:25:58. […]

Prof. Fikre Tolossa’s book – a Cutting Rejoinder (By Prof. Paulos Milkias ,PhD)

Prof. Fikre Tolossa’s book – a Cutting Rejoinder (By Prof. Paulos Milkias ,PhD)

By Prof. Paulos Milkias (PhD) Published on December 31,2016 Updated on January 1,2017 In my book review of Dr. Fikre Tolossa’s published work, I asked proof for 13 questions regarding the most difficult conundrums his monograph has generated due to its obscure setting between fiction, fact, religion and astrology. However, in the author’s last posting, […]

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