Korea works to heighten cooperation with Africa – Ambassador Kang Jung

The beginning of Korea-Africa relations dates back to the period of the Korean War in the 1950s. During the war, African countries extended a helping hand to Korea. Ethiopia deployed its Royal... Read more »

Mexico is ready to coorperate with Ethiopia in agriculture, fintech and diaspora management:- Alejandro Estivill

Ethiopia and Mexico enjoy a decades old strong diplomatic relations. While sharing many areas of interest that call for cooperation between the two countries, the seal of the strong ties was Mexican... Read more »

 To cope with climate change we need to move from a reactive approach to a proactive approach Hussein Seid Endris(PhD)

Climate change has become the number one, and looming global threat against humanity. It is causing disasters like drought, flood and heat waves, among others that are claiming the lives of thousands.... Read more »

All African country’s development plans refer to Agenda 2063 and Agenda 2030 (SDGs) Frederick Mugisha (PhD)

As per the Agenda 2063, the Africa We Want initiative, the African Union (AU) member states align their development plans with the aspirations or goals indicated in it. Still, African countries are... Read more »

The possession of sea gates is crucial for development – Yasin Mohammed (PhD)

For all creatures living on earth, water is a great boon of nature. It is very difficult to find anything that is not related to water. Even if we only associate the... Read more »

Time to take our wetlands more seriously! -Julie Mulonga

Today’s guest, Julie Mulonga, is currently a Director of Wetlands International Eastern Africa. After completing her primary and secondary education, she obtained a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology, followed by a postgraduate diploma... Read more »

Ethiopia’s Community Health Extension System is a model for the rest of Africa and the world-Dr. Natalia Kanem

Today’s guest is Dr. Natalia Kanem, the United Nations Under-Secretary General and Executive Director of the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA). She had spent a few minutes with The Ethiopian Herald while... Read more »

“I’ll fight till I see Amharic AU’s working languages”- Rahmatou Keïta

Today’s guest is a Nigerien journalist, writer, and film director, Rahmatou Keïta. Born in Niger, she began film career in 1990. After studying philosophy and linguistics in Paris, Keïta started her career... Read more »

Ethiopia’s joining BRICS would render multiples of benefits – Ambassador Cham Ugala Uriat

On the turning of this month Ethiopians celebrated the 128th Anniversary of the Victory at Adwa, which Ethiopians scored against the invading Italian forces. Added to the heroism of the people is... Read more »

OIF implements all of our development programmes on the continent – Nefertiti Mushiya Tshibanda

Language is a bridge that brings together people of different ethnic and linguistic backgrounds. It enables the exchange of cultural assets, indigenous knowledge, cooperation, fraternity among others. The Francophonie refers to men... Read more »