In Addis Ababa, COVID-19 is both a challenge and an opportunity

By Mekonnen Teshome and Tesfaye Abate Ethiopia has long struggled with access to clean water. But the spotlight that COVID-19

Addis Ababa builds resilience with clean rivers, public spaces and walkways

By Mekonnen Teshome Tollera Ethiopia’s capital Addis Ababa (Sheger) was born twice: first, as a crowded city; and then again,

Rose: The Flower Impairing Blue Nile River and Communities in Ethiopia

By: Ayele Addis Ambelu This story was produced in partnership with InfoNile and Code for Africa with support from the

Uncontrolled wildfire burns Ethiopia’s Simien Mountains National Park

Urgent help is needed to contain the fires, which have devastated 400 hectares of natural forest, grass and farmland in

Ethiopia’s largest lake crippled by water weed and gaps in polices to conserve it

Dagim Terefe Lake Tana, the source of Blue Nile ranks the largest lake in Ethiopia. But it’s contaminated. Its pollution

Nation’s effort towards greenery program

The fact that biology tells us is life is the result of mutual existence. Nothing is capable to stand alone.

Landslide kills 23 in Ethiopia

Landslide in South Oromia region of Ethiopia kills 23, on Saturday. It is reported that 16 of the fatalities were

Water in the Vision of Egypt 2030 and Ethiopia 2020

Abeer Rabei The development problem is that a single recipe is suitable for all developing countries. The structural adjustment programs

Ethiopia cancelled MIDROC Gold Mine license

Ethiopia’s Ministry of Mines, petroleum and natural gas today cancelled recently renewed controversial license of MIDROC Gold, which is owned