We support peace way
We support peace way
We support democracy
We support freedom
In Ethiopian and all over the world.
In Ethiopia, the Prime Minister, Dr Abiy Ahmed is working on that.
Prime Minister Dr Abiy Ahmed Ali of Ethiopia won the 2019 Nobel Peace Prize due to big achievements as peace with Eritrea and other important reform since he achieved the government of the country.
Some of the most important Reforms includes:
unbanning political parties, releasing imprisoned journalists and prosecuting officials accused of torture, fight against corruption, assigning Sahle-Work Zewde and a president of Ethiopian and half of the ministerials directed by women.
One of the most important achievements was the Peace between Eritrea and Ethiopia after around twenty years of war and millions of deaths.
Still the country is full of challenges, and the way is not easy, but without no doubt peace is always the right way followed by democracy, human rights and freedom. The horizon is still far, but there is a horizon full of hope and we already started to walk ahead.
Africa’s second-largest country has shown the way not only to African countries, also to all the world.
We are working together with Ethiopian Federal Ministry of Health and Oromia Regional Health Bureau working together and hard on the way to achieve Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), nowadays with special effort on the next
In Ethiopia, we are working in collaboration Ethiopian Federal Ministry of Health in Gambo area, in Oromia region, suppoorting the health programs and working through the next sustaible development goals:
Dr Abiy Ahmed is the country’s first Oromo leader – the ethnic group at the centre of nearly three years of anti-government protests, which left many dead following clashes with security forces and thousands arrested.
One of the protesters’ main complaints was that they have been politically, economically and culturally marginalised for years – despite being the country’s largest community.
Ethiopia and Eritrea signed the end of war.
Decades of war, hostilities and deaths reach the end.
Peace is the door to the prosperity
The end of poverty starts with the peace.
Starts a brightness future
Dialogue, partnership, a bridge to a brightness future.
A dream make it real
Now Ethiopia and Eritrea celebrates the peace with joy!
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Ethiopia, a new horizon of hope
Ethiopia dazzles the world
Ethiopia is starting to enter in the virtuous circle of the opening
Ethiopia is starting to break the vicious circle of absolutism and censorship.
10 of the 20 ministries will be held by women.
But still there are more good news:
Meaza Ashenafi, women rights activists, is now the first women on Ethiopia Supreme Court.
The position of the ministry of defense will be held by a woman for the first time in history.
Sahle-Work Zewde, President of Ethiopia, the unique women in all Africa in similar position
Proud of Ethiopia
Not all are bad news in Ethiopia, not all are hunger, famine and war. There is a new horizon of light, changes and hope.
Over 353 million seedlings in 12-hours
A campaign to plant 200 million young trees in a day has kicked off in Ethiopia under Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed’s wider plan to lead the planting of four billion saplings.
The July 29 campaign, under Aniy’s “Green Legacy Initiative” if achieved will be a world record according to the Guinness Book of World Records.
Office of the PM said over 100,000,000 young trees had been planted after a six-hour period, which means Ethiopia has already broken the 66 million record set in India.
Ethiopia is applauded for its progressive refugee integration law, allowing refugees to obtain work permits, access primary education, obtain drivers’ licenses, national financial services such as banking among others.
As the second-largest refugee-hosting country in Africa, Ethiopia is currently the host of over 900,000 refugees mainly from neighbouring South Sudan, Somalia, Sudan and Eritrea, as well as smaller numbers from Yemen and Syria. On Thursday 17th January 2019 the country’s parliament revised its existing refugee laws to allow refugees opportunities hitherto denied them. These include access to work permits, primary education, drivers’ licenses, national financial services such as banking and the rights to legally register life events such as births and marriages.
“The passage of this historic law represents a significant milestone in Ethiopia’s long history of welcoming and hosting refugees from across the region for decades,” said the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, Filippo Grandi in a statement.
“By allowing refugees the opportunity to be better integrated into society, Ethiopia is not only upholding its international refugee law obligations but is serving as a model for other refugee-hosting nations around the world.”
Ethiopia renews its commitment to Universal Health Coverage
The Federal Ministry of Health of Ethiopia renews its commitment to actions towards universal health coverage (UHC). The re-definition of the Essential Health Service Packages (EHSP), which the Global Health Priorities Research Group is involved in, is defined as one of the most important steps forward.