Tag Archives: Tanzania

Ethiopia’s aimless health care system compared to Tanzania’s: PRNewswire says it all about TPLF deception!

12 Apr

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)</em>
 

The Tanzanian healthcare system is a mixture of the public and private sectors; the latter includes private-for-profit, non-governmental organizations (NGO) and faith-based organizations.
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Ban Ki-moon’s radar has become blind & mute to forcibly silenced & unlawfully detained Zone 9 bloggers & journalists & many others in Ethiopia

6 Feb

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)

This past Tuesday afternoon, February 4, 2015, a friend of this blog sent the link to an article by Mathew Russell Lee, titled As Ban Ki-moon Speaks on Greste’s release, Silence on Zone 9 Bloggers. The story appeared on the Inner City Press and Google News. This article is thus partly a product of the prodding by that piece.
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Bolting out of Ethiopia: 244 appear before courts in four nations in October on immigration charges; Malawi adds 100 more this month

19 Nov

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)

Of late, TPLF pages are teeming with stories about Eritreans trekking into Ethiopia. However, we have never seen the TPLF people showing interest in the high number of Ethiopians fleeing the country on a daily and weekly basis.
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South Sudan peace deal offers glimmer of hope

24 Oct

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
by Martin Plaut

There is the first flicker of hope that peace may be restored to South Sudan: it began with an acceptance of responsibility. Three factions of the South Sudanese ruling party, meeting in the Tanzanian city of Arusha, on Monday accepted that they are jointly responsible for the war that has devastated their new nation over the past 10 months.
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China-Africa relations hurt by bad Chinese behaviour, says China’s ambassador–ivory smuggling

17 Jul

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
by Jonathan Kaiman, The Guardian

    Lu Xinsheng says ivory smuggling and selling counterfeit goods hurts Chinese reputation in African countries

China’s foreign ministry has condemned the behaviour of some Chinese citizens in Africa following its ambassador to Tanzania giving an uncommonly frank newspaper interview in which he decried the “bad habits” of his compatriots.
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Rwanda genocide: Untold story of dabbling by East African states on both sides of the bloodletting

11 Apr

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory
by Charles Onyango

This week, Rwanda started ceremonies to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the 1994 genocide in which nearly a million people were slaughtered.
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10 of the world’s extreme poverty concentrations includes Ethiopia – company no reason for comfort

4 Apr

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory
By IndpethNigeria

The Coordinating Minister for the Economy and Minister of Finance, Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, said the World Bank’s, “extreme poor nation’’ rating of Nigeria was based on the large number of poor people living in the country.
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Hunt for alpha leads to Africa

18 Mar

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory

By Dambisa Moyo

In my book Dead Aid I suggested that African governments could and should access the international capital markets to finance their development objectives such as infrastructure, healthcare and education. I argued that the relatively transparent global bond markets would help impose discipline on governments that were otherwise viewed by investors as reckless and, in many cases, corrupt. Critics argued that my suggestion was naive, and that African policy makers were ill-equipped to venture into the international debt markets.
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