Sarah Hamlin, a Watford resident, has set up a fundraising event in collaboration with Hamlin Fistula UK (HFUK), a charity exclusively supporting a hospital in Ethiopia founded by her grandparents in 1974.
"Made in China" may be leaving your wardrobe.
As labor costs in the "world's factory" continue to rise dramatically, global fashion brands are looking elsewhere to source apparel.
Liberia's coffin trade is suffering as a consequence of the Ebola outbreak ravaging this West Africa nation. These days body bags have replaced caskets as the corpses of Ebola victims are highly contagious and they must be carefully sealed within them before burial or cremation.
Britain's first ever anti-war memorial has been restored and renamed to coincide with World Disarmament Day. The monument was commissioned by leading suffragette Sylvia Pankhurst and sculpted by Eric Benfield outside her 'Red Cottage' off the High Road, Woodford Green, in 1935.
Coffee-growing African countries – including Ethiopia – appear unable to add meaningful value to their coffee exports, a senior official at the Ethiopian Coffee Exporters' Association (ECEA) said.
Ethiopia claimed a winning double at the 29th edition of the Venice Marathon, an IAAF Silver Label Road Race, thanks to Behailu Mamo and Konjit Tilahun on Sunday (26).
The United Nations Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon, and World Bank Group President, Dr. Jim Yong Kim, will arrive in Ethiopia on Monday (October 27) for a two day visit to discuss key development priorities with government officials and development partners.
“13 Months of Sunshine” goes a popular Ethiopian tourism slogan. Ever wondered what it means?
A brochure lures visitors with a promise to “Come to Ethiopia and enjoy 13 months of sunshine.”