Ethiopia

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Lessons after the Meles speech at Columbia: Let Ethiopians debate Ethiopia

It’s sure was nice to see mainly Ethiopians vigorously participating in a debate about Ethiopia, in contrast to the usual Old White Men debating Africa. The Meles visit to Columbia had the unintentional effect of promoting this debate.  We were very happy at Aid Watch to have had the privilege of turning over our  little corner of the web to host some of this debate, and then just get out of the way.
Here’s more in the aftermath of the Meles speech:
Africa Didn’t Ask You (honestly):

New School Thoughts on Africa:

Ethiopia: Zemen Bank, KfW Sign Deal to Boost Microfinance

Zemen Bank SC is to offer parts of its loan funds to micro finance institutions (MFIs) through an agreement signed with KfW Entwicklungsbank, a developmental bank owned by the government of Germany, on Tuesday, July 6, 2010.
KfW, through its Capital Link Project, will provide 50pc of the guarantee for the [...]

Ethiopia: Zemen Bank, KfW Sign Deal to Boost Microfinance

Zemen Bank SC is to offer parts of its loan funds to micro finance institutions (MFIs) through an agreement signed with KfW Entwicklungsbank, a developmental bank owned by the government of Germany, on Tuesday, July 6, 2010.
KfW, through its Capital Link Project, will provide 50pc of the guarantee for the [...]

Ethiopia: An Election Monitoring System

This post originally appeared on the Digital Democracy blog, an NGO that educates 21st century citizens around the world and a partner of Ushahidi’s.
Violence is closely correlated to elections in the minds of many voters in young democracies. With elections and democracy correlated as well, there’s a dangerous chance that people will draw causation between violence and democracy.

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