WORLD BANK NEWS ABOUT ETHIOPIA

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Managing the Effects of Drought to minimize aid appeals in Ethiopia The latest economic analysis for the country says addressing major obstacles in the labor
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Ethiopia | Data

Ethiopia from The World Bank: Data. GDP (current US$). Details. 1960 1980 2000 Billion 10 60 Ethiopia. Population, total. Details. 1960 1980 2000 Million 30
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Ethiopia News & Views

Latest news and videos from the World Bank’s work in Ethiopia, including press releases, loans and credits, speeches, blog posts, events and more.
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Ethiopia gets world bank praise for economic progress despite drought |world bank forecast | africanews

The world bank group has praised Ethiopia for its respectable economic performance in spite of biting drought affecting the entire Horn of Africa region.
Source: www.africanews.com

World Bank Group Launches its 5th Economic Update for Ethiopia

Over the past decade, Ethiopia has been one of the fastest growing economies in the world with growth averaging 10.9%. Despite recently facing the worst drought in fifty years, Ethiopia has remarkably been able to maintain positive growth.
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Ethiopia: Govt’s Land Grabs ‘Ignored by World Bank’

Sales of huge land areas of Ethiopia, by the Ethiopian government, to foreign investors, have led to starvation and forced displacement. In his documentary dead donkeys fear no Hyenas, swedish film director joakim demmer exposes the consequences of land grabbing, and holds the World Bank complicit.
Source: allafrica.com

Ethiopian economy will be Africa’s most expansive in 2017 – World Bank forecast | Africanews

The World Bank says Ethiopia’s economy will be the most expansive on the continent for the year 2017 followed by Tanzania, Ivory Coast and Senegal in that order.
Source: www.africanews.com

World Bank: Address Ethiopia Findings

Feb 23, 2015 (Washington, DC) – The World Bank should fully address serious human rights issues raised by the bank’s internal investigation into a project
Source: www.hrw.org

GCR – News – World Bank approves $150m loan to remove

Apr 5, 2017 The World Bank will lend $150m to Ethiopia so it can double the capacity of its dry port – an inland staging post for shipping containers – at
Source: www.globalconstructionreview.com

Ethiopia Signs Three Financing Agreement with the World Bank

News and Updates News and Updates. Back. Ethiopia Signs Three Financing Agreement with the World Bank. The Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia
Source: www.mofed.gov.et

World Bank facilitates talks between Egypt, Sudan, Ethiopia – Daily News Egypt

water – Water ministers of the three countries are visiting the US to gain knowledge about the Colorado River
Source: dailynewsegypt.com

Farmers on the frontline: Change and transformation in Ethiopia’s watersheds

Two women in Sidama Zone, Ethiopia. Photo credit: alan nicol selilah stares out over a landscape she has inhabited for 70 years. In the valley below, deep gullies scar the slopes where rains have carried away the soil. Living with three of her four sons, she is struggling to make ends meet in this part of Sidama Zone, Ethiopia, where, she says, there used to be a forest more than 40 years ago. Now most trees have been felled and water is scarce. Selilah spends two hours a day collecting her two jerrycans (50 liters) from a neighboring kebele (neighborhood), but when that source fails she has to buy water from a vendor at ETB 6 (30 US Cents) per a jerrycan, a huge cut into her income. In the last 10 years, she says, the rains have changed – they are lighter than before and more infrequent. As a result, production from her meager plot – just 0.25 ha – is declining. After her husband died more than a decade ago, she now only makes ends meet through the daily wage-labor income of her sons. Like many others,
Source: blogs.worldbank.org

World Bank to Provide 4.9 Billion USD for Ethiopia

Addis Ababa May 17/2017 The World Bank Group disclosed that it will provide 4.9 billion USD for land, watershed restoration and women entrepreneurship projects as well as the Productive Safety Net program. world bank managing director, Kristalina Georgieva, held discussion today with deputy prime minister demeke mekonen on ways of further enhancing partnership toward eradicating poverty. After the discussion, the Georgieva told journalists that the World Bank is preparing country partnership framework and the national envelope for Ethiopia is in the order of 4.9 billion USD. “I was reporting that the World Bank will be able to provide very sizeable support for Ethiopia for the next three years”, she added.
Source: reliefweb.int

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