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Ethiopia reduces stunting, wasting rates still high - nutrition report

Ethiopia reduces stunting, wasting rates still high - nutrition report

Panelists at the Global Nutrition Report Roundtable February 24, 2015, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia The Global Nutrition Report, launched in November 2014, which tracks worldwide progress for all 193 UN countries in improving their nutrition status reveals...

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Ethiopia reduces stunting, wasting rates still high - nutrition report

25 February, 2015

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Panelists at the Global Nutrition Report Roundtable February 24, 2015, Addis Aba...

Speeding trade among Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa

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23 February, 2015

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United States welcomes solar power in Rwanda, DRC electoral calender

19 February, 2015

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South Sudan government denies using child soldiers

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Ethiopia reduces stunting, wasting rates still high - nutrition report

Ethiopia reduces stunting, wasting rates still high - nutrition report

Panelists at the Global Nutrition Report Roundtable February 24, 2015, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia The Global Nutrition Report, launched in November 2014, which tracks worldwide progress for all 193 UN countries in improving their nutrition status reveals that Ethiopia has made improvement in reducing stunting while wasting still  challenges the country. Almost every country in the world, rich or poor, faces a serious public health risk due to malnutrition, either from undernutrition, obesity, or micronutrient deficiencies.  Read more

February 25, 2015

Ten thousand women to race on Addis Ababa streets

Ten thousand women to race on Addis Ababa streets

Ethiopia's famous athlete Meseret Defar along with the organizers of the 12th edition of Addis Ababa 5 killometers women's run February 12, 2015, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia BY ELIAS GEBRESELASSIE WOLDEGEBRIEL The 12th edition of the an annual women’s only 5 kilo meters road race in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia is expected to attract in excess of 10,000 participants this year. Read more

February 13, 2015

Clean water project in rural Ethiopia goes operational 

Clean water project in rural Ethiopia goes operational 

A multiple clean water supply scheme in Ebo, Raya Azebo woreda of the Tigray region of Ethiopia goes operational today, said UNICEF. The project will benefit 27,000 people in seven villages including 15,000 school children with clean water in their school and households.  Read more

February 12, 2015