Monthly Archives: December 2016

This Is What the World Bank Says about the Ethiopian Economy

This Is What the World Bank Says about the Ethiopian Economy

Ethiopia is in the midst of one of the worst droughts in its history. In addition to the drought, Ethiopia is facing civil unrest that has resulted in protesters attacking factories and flower farms owned by foreign companies. Still, Ethiopia has kept its inflation rate under control, maintained a focus on growing its labor market,… Read More…

3 Powerful Initiatives That Are Helping Tigrayan Farmers

3 Powerful Initiatives That Are Helping Tigrayan Farmers

For years, Tigray’s primary economic driver has been agriculture, as the region’s people have made a living farming grain crops in its mountainous terrain. In recent decades, several factors have harmed Tigray’s agricultural industry, and in response government agencies and outside groups are working to bring aid to the people of Tigray and introduce new… Read More…

Why Gebeya Is the Best Choice for Improving Africa’s Tech Sector

Why Gebeya Is the Best Choice for Improving Africa’s Tech Sector

As entrepreneurs and philanthropists recognize the need for a more skilled technology workforce in Africa, several organizations have formed in response. New training schools in the Horn of Africa seek to provide Africans with vital technology skills that will enable them to secure good jobs. However, the motivations and outcomes of Africa’s technology training schools… Read More…