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Malnutrition spreads in Ethiopia, as drought worsens – reports Reuters

14 Apr

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)
by Katy Migiro
 

Nairobi — Poor spring rains have made Ethiopia’s worst drought in 50 years even more severe, and the government estimates the number of districts suffering a humanitarian emergency has risen by nearly one-fifth in three months.
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Food emergency increases in politically unstable Ethiopia, as drought & human rights violations worsen

13 Apr

By Keffyalew Gebremedhin – The Ethiopia Observatory (TEO)

On March 23, 2016, the man in the Ethiopian prime minister’s office appealed for international humanitarian assistance on behalf of the victims of the worsening drought in Ethiopia.
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Khartoum criticizes TPLF’s inadequacy to handle S. Sudan crisis; its ‘traditional approach’ said drawback to negotiations

16 Apr

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory

April 15, 2014 (KHARTOUM) – The Sudanese government has sharply criticised the role of the regional block, the Intergovernmental Authority of Development (IGAD), in the ongoing conflict in South Sudan, warning of the gravity of the situation in the newborn state.
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Why the West needs the United Nations development dystem

31 May

Posted by The Ethiopia Observatory

by Kishore Mhabubani

In a recently published briefing paper Kishore Mahbubani writes “As we move into an era of great convergence, the West must fundamentally rethink its policy that its long-term interests are served by keeping institutions of global governance weak. With only 12 percent of the population of the global village and a declining share of economic and military power, the West’s long-term geopolitical interests will switch from trying to preserve its “dominance” to safeguards to protect the West’s “minority” position in a new global configuration of power.”
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