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አብ ኢትዮጵያ ሓገዝ እኽሊ ብሕጹጽ ዘድልዮም ኢትዮጵያዊያን ቁጽሮም ካብ ዝተገመቶ ንላዕሊ ከምዝወሰኸ ተገሊጹ

ብጥምዬት ዝተጠቕኡ ኢትዮጵያዊያን ቁጽሮም ካብቲ ኣቐዲሙ ዝተገመተ 4.6 ሚሊዮን ንላዕሊ ኣዝዩ ከምዝወሰኸ አብ ኢትዮጵያ አተሓባብሪ ሰብአዊ ጉዳያት ሕቡራት ሃገራት አፍሊጡ።
ብጥምዬት ዝተጠቕኡ ኢትዮጵያዊያን ቁጽሮም ካብቲ ኣቐዲሙ ዝተገመተ 4.6 ሚሊዮን ንላዕሊ ኣዝዩ ከምዝወሰኸ አብ ኢትዮጵያ አተሓባብሪ ሰብአዊ ጉዳያት ሕቡራት ሃገራት አፍሊጡ።

ካብ VOA ትግርኛ

ገዝ እኽሊ ብሕጹጽ ዘድልዮም ኢትዮጵያዊያን ቁጽሮም ካብ ዝተገመቶ ንላዕሊ ከምዝወሰኸ አብ ኢትዮጵያ አተሓባብሪ ሰብአዊ ጉዳያት ሕቡራት ሃገራት አፍሊጡ። መንግስቲ ኢትዮጵያ’ውን ሓገዝ ለገስቲ ከምዘድልዮ ገሊጹ’ሎ ነቲ ኩነታት ንምግምጋም ስሉጥ ዳሕሰስቲ ጉጅለታት ከምዝተመስረቱ ሓቢሩ’ሎ።

አብቲ ዳሕሳስ ዝተሓቆፉ ገለ ክፍልታት ክልላት አፋር፡ አምሓራ፡ኦሮምያ፡ ደቡብ ብሄር ብሄረሰባት፡ክልል ሶማሌ፡ ደቡብን ደቡባዊ ምብራቅ ክሊ ትግራይን ምዃኑ ተፈሊጡ’ሎ። Continue reading አብ ኢትዮጵያ ሓገዝ እኽሊ ብሕጹጽ ዘድልዮም ኢትዮጵያዊያን ቁጽሮም ካብ ዝተገመቶ ንላዕሊ ከምዝወሰኸ ተገሊጹ

UN Eritrea 2014 Overview

Christine N. Umutoni, UN Resident / Humanitarian Coordinator in Eritrea

By UN Eritrea,

THE past 12 months have been productive and fruitful for the United Nations in Eritrea. Towards the end of 2013, the UNDG-ESA mission visited Eritrea, kicking of a year of several missions and events.

Key among them include; the visit of the technical mission from the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) in January 2014, the Joint Annual review of the SPCF in June 2014, the data and statistics mission at the invitation of Government in August 2014, the DPA mission also in August 2014, the DPA led brainstorming on Eritrea facilitated by the Conflict Prevention and Peace Forum (CPPF) in New York, and lastly the visit of the UNDG focal point for Eritrea and UNICEF Regional Director, Ms. Leila Pakkala together with IOM Regional Director, Mr. Ashraf El Nour. Continue reading UN Eritrea 2014 Overview

The Media Challenges and the Eritrean Charisma of Unity

Carol Sanders of The Winnipeg Free Press is getting increasingly against the unity of the Eritrean Communities in Canada. Her biased and unbalanced attitude towards the community overshadowed her objectivity and fairness in all of her reporting

By Lambros Kyrikakakos,

FIRST, I want to reiterate that the time you give us to reply to your questions, is always diametrically opposite and inconsistent with the gravity of accusations against us. This shows that there is no genuine intention on your part to approach our issues in a balanced and honest manner. You made no real effort to include the views of CECCO and our local organization, The Eritrean Community in Winnipeg Inc.  Continue reading The Media Challenges and the Eritrean Charisma of Unity

USAID Fact Sheet Downplays Ethiopia’s Food Security Brouhaha

How can a country be in famine and hunger when its fields are watered and green?

By TesfaNews,

ETHIOPIA’s premature announcement of food self-sufficiency through its ceremonial Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn at a rally in the capital Addis Ababa surprised everyone including its chief protectorate and benefactor the U.S.A.

It is understood that the regime in Ethiopia tirelessly vociferates to project itself as a band of revolutionary democracy on a mission to transform Ethiopia into a utopia. However, the facts on the ground speak the opposite.

“We are proud to have erased the humiliating image which identified us with hunger and famine,” the premier adds triumphantly.  Continue reading USAID Fact Sheet Downplays Ethiopia’s Food Security Brouhaha

Ethiopia Achieves Food Security: PM Desalegn

Despite UN’s recent pledge to feed 6.5 million hungry Ethiopians this Year, today’s announcement by Prime Minister about achieving food security is self defeating

“Food Security at National Level achieved remain with the House hold level” – PM Desalegn

By World Bulletin,

ETHIOPIAN Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn on Wednesday said that Ethiopia, which has long been plagued by drought and famine, had managed to achieve food security at a national level.

“At a household level, we will continue efforts to attain self-sufficiency,” he told a rally in capital Addis Ababa marking the 23rd anniversary of the overthrow of the communist Dergue regime. Continue reading Ethiopia Achieves Food Security: PM Desalegn

Food Insecurity Looms in Djibouti

Djibouti: Almost a third of its population facing starvation

By IRIN,

Poor rains and lack of expertise to boost local food production are some of the challenges facing Djibouti’s population, says a senior UN official.

“The major gap in Djibouti is the very low capacity of the partners. Partners are missing the technical expertise to develop relevant activities to enhance the agricultural production or to sustain their physical assets,” Imed Khanfir, a programme adviser with the UN World Food Programme (WFP) in Djibouti, told IRIN.

“Scarcity of water is also a major challenge.”  Continue reading Food Insecurity Looms in Djibouti