Ethiopian Starts Feeding 400 People

April 25 , 2020

Ethiopian Airlines has launched a 15-day lunch feeding programme for 400 residents in Bole District who are living on the street. The lunch feeding programme was launched on Saturday, April 25, 2020, by Tewolde Gebremariam, CEO of Ethiopian Airlines Group and Tilahun Fekadu, CEO of Bole District. The support from the airline includes providing the beneficiaries with sanitary materials. "The airline will keep on fulfilling its social responsibility despite going through difficult times," said Tewolde. Ethiopian Airlines is one of the industries that has been hit hard by the global outbreak of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). The airline has cancelled most of its international flights due to lockdowns and slow business.


UNDP Nods $2m for National Dialogue

United Nation Development Program (UNDP) has signed an agreement with the Ministry of Finance and National Dialogue Commission, allocating 2.2 million dollars for the upcoming national discussion. Managed by an independent trust fund, and in addition to the annual budget allocated by the Ethiopian government, UNDP is looking to set up a financial buffer scheduling to raise 32.8 million dollars in support funds from development partners over the next three years. The Dialogue Commission was est...


Street Snack

The rainy season is going to be missed for at least one reason: boiled corn on the cob. As the customer captured here, it has been an enjoyable street food for the city's residents to keep them warm. More importantly, it was a livelihood for many street vendors. ...


Stair Shop

A shop and a shoeshine stall have been set up under the stairs of an overhead bridge. In the most crowded parts of Addis Abeba, there is always some type of vendor selling everyday goods, serving the lower-income population...