Svensk-Etiopiska Föreningen

Swedish-Ethiopian Association

Svensk-Etiopiska föreningen är en opolitisk, religiöst obunden vänskapsförening som bildades i Stockholm 1952. De breda och djupa kontakterna mellan Sverige och Etiopien, som grundlades redan på 1950-talet, är basen och den gemensamma bakgrunden för föreningens medlemmar. Även etiopier bosatta i Sverige har tillfört föreningen ökad kunskap och förståelse för Etiopien, dess land och folk.

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AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

All Africa, All the Time.
  • How an Ethiopia-Backed Port Is Changing Power Dynamics in the Horn of Africa
    [The Conversation Africa] When Eritrea gained its independence from Ethiopia in 1993, Ethiopia became landlocked and therefore dependent on its neighbours - especially Djibouti - for access to international markets. This dependency has hampered Ethiopia's aspiration to emerge as the uncontested regional power in the Horn of Africa.
  • Expanding the Political Terrain, State of Emergency
    [Ethiopian Herald] The to dos that flared up here and there recently has made Ethiopia put in place a State of Emergency (SoE) once again.
  • Why the African Union Needs a Stable Ethiopia
    [ISS] African Union (AU) Commission chief Moussa Faki Mahamat has offered his services to the government of Ethiopia amid political upheaval in the country. After months of anti-government protests and security force action, the government earlier this year decided to release several political prisoners. Unrest, however, continues in several parts of the country.
  • Ethiopians Cross Into Kenya After Deadly Military Attacks
    [Deutsche Welle] Over 8,000 Ethiopians have crossed into neighboring Kenya to seek asylum after government troops killed at least nine civilians in the border town of Moyale, says the International Red Cross.
  • UN Pleads for U.S.$80 Million to Feed Refugees in Ethiopia
    [Addis Fortune] The United Nations (UN) refugee agencies are requesting for 80 million dollars from donors to provide food assistance to refugees in Ethiopia.
  • Work Round the Clock At GERD Site
    [Ethiopian Herald] "It is an awe-inspiring experience to visit the construction site of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) at least for two reasons- you observe the commitment of the Engineers and workers with dropped jaws, and amble imagining that this place will form a huge water body in just few years."
  • Ethiopian Coffee As Nation's Icon
    [Addis Fortune] The French are recognised for their perfumes, the Italians for their fashion and design, and the Germans for their great engineering. Similarly, Ethiopia must strive to have its coffee recognised as a brand as it would bring many economic benefits, write Misgana Gobeze and Sintayehu Girma.


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