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Ethiopia Begins Training Somaliland Soldiers

Ethiopia Begins Training Somaliland Soldiers

Thousands of Somaliland soldiers have entered Ethiopia for training, as reported by Somaliland's state television. Residents of Dire Dawa, Ethiopia, have observed several Tata cars carrying Somali youths passing through the area. According to the BBC, these soldiers began arriving in Ethiopia on July 11, 2024, to undergo military training. The state-run Somaliland television station broadcast footage of thousands of army personnel en route to Ethiopia for this training. The report highlighted that Major General Nuh Ismail, Chief of General Staff of Somaliland, accompanied the trainees. The Ethiopian government has not yet issued any statements regarding the military training. Details…
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Latest Jobs in Ethiopia

Latest Jobs in Ethiopia

Latest Jobs Openings at Kerchanshe Group Job Title: Brand Manager  Location: Addis Ababa  Qualifications: - Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Business Administration, Communications, or a related field (Master’s degree preferred).  Experience: - Bachelor’s degree: 5 years  - Master’s degree: 3 years  Skills: - Proven experience as a Brand Manager or similar role.  - Strong understanding of brand management principles and marketing practices.  - Excellent analytical and strategic thinking skills.  - Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills.  - Proficiency in marketing software and tools, including digital marketing platforms and analytics tools.  - Strong project management skills with the ability to manage multiple projects…
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Ethiopia to Launch VIP Door-to-Door Passport Delivery

Ethiopia to Launch VIP Door-to-Door Passport Delivery

Ethiopia to offer door-to-door passport delivery for VIP customers in September. In the past 12 months, more than one million passports have been issued in Ethiopia, according to the Immigration and Citizenship Service's annual performance statement. Director General Selamawit Dawit reported that 1.1 million passports were issued during the 2016 fiscal year, marking the highest number ever distributed by the institute in a single year. This accomplishment generated 14.7 billion birr in revenue from passport and other related service fees. Despite ongoing complaints from both the House of Representatives and customers, the Immigration and Citizenship Service has been working on…
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Ethiopia Grants Employment and Trade Access to Immigrants

Ethiopia Grants Employment and Trade Access to Immigrants

Ethiopia, which hosts approximately one million refugees and asylum seekers, has announced new guidelines for the employment of recognized refugees. The Ethiopian Refugees and Returnees Service stated that the House of Representatives has approved a law allowing refugees and asylum seekers who entered Ethiopia in 2019 to gain various benefits, including employment. This decree aims to improve the living conditions and economic benefits of recognized refugees, asylum seekers, and the host communities. The Refugees and Returnees Service also revealed guidelines to outline the conditions under which refugees can work, ensuring their right to employment. The guidelines, designated as Proclamation No.…
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Ethiopian Investment Commission Opposes Fuel Car Import Ban

Ethiopian Investment Commission Opposes Fuel Car Import Ban

The Ethiopian Investment Commission has voiced its opposition to the recent ban on the importation of fuel-powered vehicles, arguing that this policy will negatively affect investors and foreign investments. In a letter addressed to the Ministry of Transport, the commission expressed concerns about the appropriateness of the ban, particularly in the absence of a clear legal framework. The commission highlighted that the decision to prohibit the importation of fuel-powered vehicles has had a significant impact on various sectors, including agriculture, agricultural product processing, flower farming, tourism, manufacturing, construction, and other activities. The commission also requested permission to import fuel-powered vehicles…
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Latest Jobs in Ethiopia

Latest Jobs in Ethiopia

Horra Trading is seeking applicants for the following positions: Job Title: HR and Admin Officer Location: Gelan Qualification: - Education: Bachelor’s degree in Business Management, Management, or related disciplines. - Experience: At least 2 years of demonstrated work experience in HR and General Service. - Ability to work under pressure of deadlines. - Experience in HRIS is a plus. - Ability to work sensitively in a multicultural environment and build effective working relations with clients and colleagues. - Strong problem-solving and analytical skills. - Fluency in Amharic and English, written and verbal, is mandatory. Apply at: [HR and Admin Officer…
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Ethiopian Team won first place at Africa Technology Competition

Ethiopian Team won first place at Africa Technology Competition

The Ethiopian team won first place in the Huawei Tech4Good  regional competition held in Morocco The Huawei Seeds for the Future 2024 Training Program was held in Morocco (Essaouira) from July 3rd to July 9, 2024. This training involved 17 African countries (East, North, West, and Central Africa). Ten Ethiopian students from eight universities were given the opportunity to participate in the training. The students have been trained in cutting-edge technology before competing in the Tech4Good global project. Students were divided into 28 groups and developed projects for competition; Team Ethiopia, which included five students, won first place, followed by…
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Boeing and FASESA Graduate 300 Space Program Students in Africa

Boeing and FASESA Graduate 300 Space Program Students in Africa

The first cohort of the Pathways to Space program, an educational initiative organized by the Future African Space Explorers STEM Academy (FASESA) and Boeing [NYSE:BA], celebrated their graduation on July 10, 2024, in Ethiopia. Over five months of immersive learning, 312 students from 63 schools across Ethiopia, Nigeria, and Tanzania, including 50% girls, developed a keen interest in the space industry, shaping their career aspirations. Pascal Chidozi, a 16-year-old graduate from Nigeria, shared his experience: "Participating in the Pathways to Space program has been a life-changing experience for me. Building payloads, testing them, and learning about satellite operations has deepened…
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Ethio Telecom Earns 94 Billion Birr Revenue

Ethio Telecom Earns 94 Billion Birr Revenue

The CEO of Ethio Telecom, Frehiwot Tamiru, made a statement regarding the company's performance for the fiscal year 2023/24. Ethio Telecom announced that it earned 93.7 billion birr during this period. The revenue breakdown is as follows: 39.9% from voice services, 21.7% from internet services, 10.2% from international services, 2.5% from Telebirr, 1.5% from infrastructure, and 5% from device sales. Frehiwot Tamiru reported that the number of customers reached 78.3 million in the fiscal year, and the company achieved a net profit of 21.79 billion birr. Additionally, Ethio Telecom earned $198 million from foreign currency sources. The CEO mentioned that…
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Ethiopia Earns Over $1.4 Billion from Coffee Exports

Ethiopia Earns Over $1.4 Billion from Coffee Exports

Ethiopia has announced record-breaking earnings from its coffee exports this fiscal year, with revenues exceeding $1.4 billion. The Ethiopian Coffee and Tea Authority reported that the country earned more than $1.43 billion from coffee exports during the 2023/24 financial year. According to the Director General of the Authority, Adugna Debela, Ethiopia achieved significant results both in terms of volume and income. The country exported 298,500 tons of coffee, marking a substantial increase compared to previous years. This year's performance shows a 20% increase in volume and a 7.5% rise in price levels. Last year, Ethiopia exported 240,000 tons of coffee,…
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