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lot of traffic in addis

It's nice city to visit Axum

femous place in addis


Bus is full

Adis still look good

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We were there to party

Beautiful African queen

it was our night

Night out in Addis

what night!
Ethiopia Business

Bussines in Ethiopia


Drought, rising food prices and crop failures have exacerbated the food security crisis in Ethiopia. Livelihoods were disrupted and the rate of malnutrition increased in a few parts of the country. The poor belg (March to May) rains, on top of the lack of rainfall in the two preceding years, resulted in a poor harvest and diminished pasture. There was a food security crisis in Afar, Amhara, Somali, parts of Oromiya and Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples (SNNP), and Tigray regions. An estimated 7.2 million people received food or cash assistance through the Productive Safety Net Programme (PSNP) of Ethiopia, which is funded by multiple donors.

Humanitarian agencies continue to support Ethiopia in its struggle with the food crisis but the World Health Organization (WHO) recently warned that the response is inadequate.

With the involvement of all sectors and agencies from November 2008 onwards, the government of Ethiopia planned a seasonal food security assessment in all regions to evaluate needs for 2009. The assessment, conducted in November and December 2008, estimates that 4.9 million people in different parts of the country will require emergency assistance in 2009. This is in addition to food assistance required for the targeted supplementary feeding of 1.2 million children under five and pregnant and lactating women. The Office for the Co-ordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) also noted that the World Food Programme (WFP) requires an estimated USD 509 million to cover 2009 shortfalls for relief, targeted supplementary food, and its contribution to the PSNP1.

What a business man can to do help Ethiopia?

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The best businessman can do it is to try to give his help direct to people not through goverment.
Henry, Ethiopia, London

It's good place to invest because it's very cheap.
Joao , Angola

It seems people having donated money to Ethiopian people for last two decades that what I recalled. But it seems that nothing changed over there.
Lisa Maria , Italy, Rome

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Political in Ethiopia

Politic in Ethiopia

The federal government of Ethiopia continues to be dominated by the Ethiopian People's Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF). There was little political tension in 2008. This may be due in part to the release in 2007 of a number of senior political opposition leaders, who had been accused of provoking civil unrest in 2005.

A general election was held in May 2010 and Prime Minister Meles Zenawi won a landslide victory. But main oppositions protest agains the result of election. Moreoever, the EU and US have both criticised the polls, saying they fell short of international standards. Ethiopian officials have denied fraud.

Foreign policy will continue to be dominated by relations with Eritrea as the long-standing border dispute has not yet been settled despite strenuous international efforts to resolve it. The independent Eritrea-Ethiopia Boundary commission (EEBC) closed its operation in November 2007, and in July 2008, the UN Security Council decided to withdraw its peacekeeping force (UNMEE - UN Mission in Ethiopia and Eritrea). These developments have increased the risk of conflict between the two countries. On the other hand, by the end of 2008, Ethiopia had completed the withdrawal of its forces from Somalia where they had been operating for two years in support of the government in Mogadishu.

Corruption is still perceived as widespread in Ethiopia, although there has been a slight improvement recently. The country's ranking in the Transparency International's corruption perception index improved from 138th out of 179 countries in 2007 to 126th out of 180 countries in 2008.

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What do you think about election that was held in May?

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This parliament election we, people of ethiopia which that it can pass without violance like last time.
China, Ethiopia,USA

Everybody knew about this election that won't be fair election.
Usamay , Ethiopia

We've another ditactor as president back by USA and European to stay in power.
James , Ethiopia, Milan

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Usefull Information Ethiopia

Top Hotels

  • Sheraton Addis
  • Adot-Tina Hotel
  • Dimitri Hotel

Top restaurants

  • Asqual
  • Tomoca
  • Lime Tree

Place to visit

  • Merkato
  • National Museum
  • Gazara Tours

Internet Access

  • Opponents of Ethiopia's current political regime have increasingly used online media to criticize the government, and the country has responded by implementing a filtering regime that blocks access to popular blogs and the Web sites of many news organizations
  • the average speed of Internet connectivity in the country had dropped to as low as 5 KBps. This is in par with the speed of most 4200 Baud modems the rest of the world was using in the early 90s

Not to miss to see

  • Reptile Park (Parc des Reptiles)
  • Musee Vivant
  • Geological Museum of Burundi
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The goverment is using internet as weapon to control the people to not be well inform or to stop people to communicate via internet.

It's nice place to go visit and very cheap. If you want to see some different go to addis-Baba.

Very good place to visit and is very cheap hotets.
Anceloti Mario

Ethiopians are kind people and beautful ladies,We went to Yoddi Abysinnia to see the cultural dance and foods.Keep it up Ethiopins have a good story which is back dating to the Bible

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