The Nile Project is transforming the Nile conflict by inspiring, educating, and empowering an international network of university students to cultivate the sustainability of their ecosystem. The project’s model integrates programs in music, education, dialogue, leadership, and innovation to engage students across disciplines and geographies.
In November 2015, and for the first time in history, eight of the most active African circus teams participated in the First African Circus Arts Festival in Addis Ababa. The festival gathered 12 000 visitors and over 100 artists who exhibited their talent and their rich cultural heritage.
GCCA+ is one of Europe’s most effective tools for implementing a climate change agreement in Paris. Through its work in Ethiopia the initiative's video showcases its work to help the most vulnerable to tackle climate change.
The agricultural sector is the country’s major source of economic growth under Ethiopia’s Growth Transformation Plan (GTP), with attention given to productivity and production increase which is crucial for the country's effort to attain food security and increase export earnings.
Aselefech Telila is a farmer and enjoys her role as the head of a smallholder women farmers’ association in Welmera district in the Oromia region of Ethiopia. But her job was tough. The farmers in the community grow barley but barely produced enough to meet their own household needs. - See more at: https://www.icarda.org/update/when-women-farmers-lead-way#sthash.CPaQDfXR.dpuf
The successful "Agricutural Operational Research Programme" brings together farmers and scientists in the Tigray region of Ethiopia. Film shown on Irish Aid website and featured in the international conference on Climate Change and Food Insecurity in Dublin.