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Webinar: Agricultural and Agro-processing Investment and Export Opportunities in Ethiopia Thursday 16th June 2022 | 13:30 (London) | 15:30pm (Addis Ababa) Online via Zoom Participation in the webinar is by Registration only. Register by email with your full name. [button to="https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZIpfu-hrT4rH9KoBQvLRRioG1QphrMWAYLo"]Register[/button] Aim To present Ethiopian agricultural and agro-processing opportunities to an international audience…
30 May 2022
Webinar | Agricultural and Agro-processing Investment and Export Opportunities in Ethiopia
The Embassy of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia in London wishes to sell two used cars through a competitive bidding process and invites bidders. በለንደን የሚገኘው የኢትዮጵያ ፌዴራላዊ ዲሞክራሲያዊ ሪፐብሊክ ኤምባሲ ሁለት ያገለገሉ መኪኖችን በጨረታ አወዳድሮ ለመሸጥ ይፈልጋል።
25 May 2022
Used cars sale advertisement | ያገለገሉ ተሽከርካሪዎች ሽያጭ ማስታወቂያ
The Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) and Shene (Oromo Liberation Army) have been categorised as terrorist organisations. In a statement released on 1st May by the Office of the Prime Minister, the Council of Ministers said the two organisations are responsible for attacks carried out in various parts of the country. “In the last three years, there have been a…
7 May 2021
TPLF and Shene designated as terrorist organisations
As part of the ‘Dine for Ethiopia’ fundraising initiative, launched by the Prime Minister last month, Embassy staff have each pledged a month’s salary to support the development of three projects in Gorgora, Wonchi and Koysha. The new initiative aims to raise 3 billion Birr within two months.
19 Sep 2020
Embassy staff pledge month’s salary to ‘Dine for Ethiopia’ initiative
British quadruple amputee, Alex Lewis, Ethiopian double amputee Emebet Dires, accompanied by the Wild Wheelchairs Project team successfully reached the Ras Dashen Summit at 4,533 metres on 6th October.
31 Oct 2019
THEY DID IT! UK and Ethiopian amputee duo ascend Ethiopia’s highest mountain
This paper reviews Ethiopian Airlines' journey to build an internationally competitive airline, explores the challenges and complexities of learning for African firms and examines implications for capacity building and catch-up in late-latecomer countries.
How They Did It: The Journey of Ethiopian Airlines
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