Category Archives: Literacy

US Panel Expected to Endorse Second COVID-19 Vaccine

A second COVID-19 vaccine is expected to be recommended Thursday for emergency use in the United States, where COVID-19 has killed nearly 308,000 people, according to Johns Hopkins University. A committee of independent expert advisers to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) likely will recommend the use of a vaccine developed by U.S. drug

Ambassador Points Out Ethio-Russia Untapped Trade, Economic Potential

Addis Ababa : Russia and Ethiopia have significant untapped potential for developing trade and economic cooperation in a wide range of areas, according to Ambassador Evgeny Terekhin. In an exclusive interview with ENA, Ambassador Terekhin said the countries have untapped potential for developing trade and economic cooperation in a wide range of areas. “The potential

Innovation, Technology Ministry to Develop Digital Platform for Coffee

Addis Ababa : Ministry of Innovation and Technology and Ministry of Agriculture have signed today a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to develop digital platform that promotes Ethiopian coffee globally. The digital forum will be launched at the end of this Ethiopian year, it was learned. The MoU was signed by Innovation and Technology Minister Abraham Belay

African Nations Caught in Conflict Re-commit to Inclusive Education

DJIBOUTI CITY, Djibouti’s President Ismail Omar Guelleh knows that his country is in need of an education system that is, innovative, based on universal principles and values and adaptive of the local realities.With a population of less than a million,…

College Teacher Convicted for Leading Al-Shabab Operations in Mogadishu

A college teacher who is the son of a senior police officer has been found guilty of leading al-Shabab’s operations in Mogadishu for several years.A military court in Mogadishu sentenced Mohamed Haji Ahmed to death on Tuesday. Prosecutors wanted to fi…