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  1. Evaluation of rational drug use based on World Health Organization...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | BioMed Central

    Despite the complexity of drug use, a number of indicators have been developed, standardized and evaluated by the World Health Organization . These indicators are grouped in to three categories namely: prescribing indicators, patient care indicators and facility indicators.

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  2. Dire Dawa to conserve over 3,600 hectares of degraded landRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 14 | Walta Information Centre

    The Dire Dawa Administrative Council Agriculture, Water, Mineral and Energy Bureau has announced that it has completed preparation to conserve 3,678 hectares of land this month. Bureau Head, Nuredin Abdella, told Walta Information Center over the phone that his bureau has completed all the preparation necessary including training key implementers to rehabilitate 3,678 this month.

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  3. 1.7 bln birr worth car assembly plant to go operational in Dire DawaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 9 | Walta Information Centre

    An assembly plant built at a cost of 1.7 billion birr in Dire Dawa city will go operational soon. Redawa Motors Industry Private Limited Company General Manager, Tadesse Admassu said the factory has been under construction during the past two years.

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  4. Inexpensive, Under-the-Radar Restaurants That Won't Require a Reservation This Valentine's DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 8 | Dallas Observer

    The crepes at BigDash are worth the trek to Richardson, and you'll get a lesson in Syrian culture while you're there. Chances are, if you haven't made a reservation yet at one of Dallas' date-night hot spots, you may be out of luck, unless you and your date have a sense of adventure, in which case you should skip the high-end spots and opt instead to explore the outskirts of DFW food.

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  5. Two new textile & garment parks to come up in EthiopiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 28 | Fibre2Fashion

    Two new industrial parks for the textile and garment industry are set to come up in Ethiopia as the Industrial Parks Development Corporation of Ethiopia has awarded construction of these parks to Chinese firms. CGCOC will construct the Bole Lemi II industrial park, an extension of the Bole Lemi I, while CCCC will build the Jimma industrial park.

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  6. Ethiopia: Road Building Boom ContinuesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 24, 2017 | AllAfrica.com

    The latest six-month report released by the Ethiopian Roads Authority revealed that it spent over nine billion Birr to construct roads in the past six months. This accounts for close to one-fifth of the budget allocated for the current fiscal year.

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  7. Slow Down to Speed Up: How to Experience a Traditional Ethiopian Coffee Ceremony in DFWRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 10, 2017 | Dallas Observer

    While they're often subconscious, we all have our own coffee ceremonies - the places where we drink it, what we dress it with, the brands we are loyal to - and for many, straying from these comfortable regularities can range from a minor frustration to rendering oneself literally unable to even drink it. In the United States, our coffee rituals much more closely resemble those of Italy, the birthplace of espresso: Coffee is made to be fast, as in Italy where it's typically consumed while standing at a busy bar.

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  8. Djibouti to inaugurate portion of Ethio-Djibouti Rail Way tomorrowRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 9, 2017 | Walta Information Centre

    The Djiboutian portion of the newly built Ethiopian-Djibouti Rail Way will be inaugurated tomorrow, Walta Information Center has leant. According to Information obtained from the Ministry of Public Enterprises, the Djiboutian potion of the newly built Ethiopian-Djibouti Rail Way will be inaugurated tomorrow.

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  9. Ethiopia: Plunging Profits At Cooperative Bank Raise AlarmRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 28, 2016 | AllAfrica.com

    The Cooperative Bank of Oromia has reported an eightfold decline in its profit, from 312 million Br to below 40 million Br. This kind of a slide is rare in the private banking industry.

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  10. Fasil Kenema moves up, Ethiopia Bunna continues to struggleRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 24, 2016 | Walta Information Centre

    Fasil Kenema FC, which represents the historical city of Gondar, moved up to fourth place with a 3-1 victory over the hosting club Jimma Abba Bunna in the weekend. Defending champion Kidus Giorgis, Dedebit FC and Adama Kenema are all tied up at the top with 14 points each, followed by Fasil Kenema , Sidama Bunna and Mekelakeya are three points behind.

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  11. Ethiopia: Blueprint to Help Youth Takes ShapeRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 20, 2016 | AllAfrica.com

    A draft strategic document entitled "Ethiopian Youth Development Strategy" will be tabled for discussion by the Council of Ministers in the next two weeks. Part of the strategy is the 10 billion Br revolving youth fund that was announced by the President a few weeks ago as one of the package.

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  12. Ethiopia: Air Djibouti Resumes Direct Flight to Dire DawaRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 19, 2016 | AllAfrica.com

    Dire Dawa City Administration Mayor Ibrahim Usman and members of his cabinet and community members extended a warm welcome to officials of Djibouti and management members of Air Djibouti when Air Djibouti Dash 4 100-737 touched down at Dire Dawa Airport. The inauguration of the branch office of Air Djibouti in Dire Dawa coincided with the resumption of the direct flight.

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  13. Economic integration of Ethiopia, Djibouti is a practical concept: Dr. WaisRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 14, 2016 | Walta Information Centre

    The Economic Advisor of the Djiboutian President, Ismail Omar Gulleh, argues that economic integration between Ethiopia and Djibouti is no more a theoretical concept. Economic Advisor of Djiboutian President, Dr. Ismail Wais, told Walta Information Center that the economic integration of Ethiopia and Djibouti is not a theoretical concept like in many part of the African continent.

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  14. OCP seals deal with Dangote Group to develop another fertilizer factoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 12, 2016 | Walta Information Centre

    Just a month after it sealed a 3.7 billion USD joint venture fertilizer factory deal with Ethiopian government, OCP Group has signed a strategic agreement with Nigerian billionaire, Aliko Dangote, to build a fertilizer production platform. The new asset requires an investment out lay of 2.5 billion USD.

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  15. Review: Debuts from David Clerson, Ajith Boyagoda and Bethlehem Terrefe GebreyohannesRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 9, 2016 | Globe and Mail

    Two boys, brothers, one missing an arm, the other's arms too short for his body, push through "beating wings and squawks, dozens of birds flapping around them," through the briny marshes, farther than they have ever gone before, to see the thing the birds swarm. It is a sea monster.

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  16. Ethiopia, Morocco ties flying highRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 23, 2016 | Walta Information Centre

    Ethiopia and Morocco have sealed a deal to build the second largest integrated phosphate fertilizer factory in the world at a cost of 3.7 billion USD, 2.4 billion USD in its first phase of development phase while the second phase is projected to consume over 1.3 billion USD. The planned investment will be developed in a joint venture scheme between the Ethiopian government and OCP Group.

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  17. Ethiopia to complete soil mapping project by next yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 21, 2016 | Walta Information Centre

    The National Soil Mapping Project that has been conducted by the Ethiopian Agricultural Transformation Agency has been set to be completed by next Ethiopian New Year, Walta Information Center, has learnt. Chief Executive Officer of the Agency, Khalid Bomba, told Walta Information Center at the sideline of the official sinning ceremony of the second biggest phosphate fertilizer factory in the World last Saturday at the Ethiopian National Palace, that the soil mapping project that has been launched in 2012 is about to be wrap up in less than a year.

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  18. Morocco's OCP and Ethiopia sign large fertiliser plant dealRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 19, 2016 | Reuters

    Nov 19 Morocco's Office Cherifien des Phosphates , the world's largest phosphate exporter, signed a deal with Ethiopia on Saturday to build a $3.7 billion plant to produce fertilisers. The North African country's firms, including banks and insurers, have invested heavily in Sub-Saharan Africa in the past few years.

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  19. Dire Dawa to host 2.5 billion USD Fertilizer PlantRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 19, 2016 | Walta Information Centre

    Ethiopia and Morocco have unveiled their plan to develop the second largest integrated phosphate fertilizer factory in the world at a cost of 2.5 billion USD in its first phase of development while the second phase is projected to consume over 1.8 billion USD. The planned investment will be developed in a joint venture scheme between the Ethiopian government and OCP; an investment arm of the Moroccan government.

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  20. Ethiopia establishes Industrial Park Corporations for regions as wellRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 18, 2016 | Walta Information Centre

    The Ministry of Industry has made public that four regions have established their own Industrial Park Corporations aimed at developing and administrating Integrated Agro Industrial Parks. State Minister of the Ministry, Mebrehatu Meles , told Walta Information Center in an exclusive interview that Ethiopia's four main regions have already established their own Industrial Park Corporations in a bid to reap the country's agricultural potential in its bid to industrialize.

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