Interview

Putting a Good Face on Crisis

Many Ethiopians looked to 2018 and the then-considered ‘significant political shift’ in more than three decades as the beginning of a great and long-awaited leap forward for the country on many fronts, including the economy.  International partners were swept up in the optimism as well, hoping to see a shift...

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Behind the Scenes

Abebe Muluneh (Com.) has worked at the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) for nearly two decades, rising to the level of Director of Peace and Security Programs at IGAD and head of mission in Ethiopia. He oversees IGAD activities in monitoring conflicts, forwarding recommendations to member nations, and implementing decisions...

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Reality beyond the GERD rhetoric

Seleshi Bekele Awulachew (PhD) is Minister of Water, Irrigation and Energy. He is tasked with one of the most contentious projects Ethiopia has been developing for the past eight years on the Nile River. His biography shows very rich and 30 years of expertise in leadership, research, teaching, and advisory...

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Hepatitis: a growing challenge

Bassem Bibi has more than two decades of experience in the medical equipment industry, specializing in interventional cardiology, vascular, endovascular, cardiac surgery and orthopedics. In 2019, Bassem joined Abbott’s Rapid Diagnostics business as Vice President and General Manager for Infectious Disease focusing on emerging markets and Africa. From 2015 to...

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Economic planning went awry

For more than a decade, Kenichi Ohno (Professor), one of the commended Japanese economic scholars used to be closely attached to Ethiopia's industrial development policies. He was involved in the high-level dialogues that used to get and talk with ministers and mid-level officials at least biannually. More often, previous prime...

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