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Yves-Marie has changed an acclaimed production (Ethiopia through writers' eye) and made up a development accounts in French. He likewise put into African setup, the Djibouti-Ethiopia railroad. He's finishing an account with Dicken Marshall, that explores the modest known story of the Ethiopians of Portuguese heritage, the Birtukan. In a social event with the Ethiopia Observer's Arefaynie Fantahun, Yves-Marie Stranger uncovers to us more about his life in Ethiopia and the Oranges of Prester John.

 

Professors Felix Dapare Dakora and Ali Ali Hebeish of Ghana and Egypt respectively have been awarded the 2016 African Union Kwame Nkrumah Scientific Award. The two scientists were presented the $100,000 prize each on Monday at the 28th African Union Summit in Ethiopia’s capital Addis Ababa. Ghanaian Felix Dapare Dakora is a Plant and Soil Biotechnology Professor at the Tshwane University of Technology in Pretoria, South Africa. Professor Dakora won the award for his work on the interaction between legumes and social micro-organisms allowing bacterium to convert the 78% of nitrogen gas in the atmosphere into forms that plants can use among other benefits. displayAdvert("mpu_3") “Because fertilizers are very expensive, we try to actually identify leguminous species which when associated with the soil bacteria can produce a lot of nitrogen,” he explained at a press conference after receiving the award. Egyptian Ali Ali Hebeish who is an Emeritus Professor of Textile Chemistry won the award for his contribution to the production of suitable textile fibres for apparels, furnishing and technical purposes like lining water canals and medical threads among others. 81-year-old Professor Emeritus Hebeish has over 360 publications to his credit and accredited with 9 patents and 9 books. The prestigious award was instituted" />
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This issue of character has been essential to Yves-Marie Stranger since his childhood spent as British child encountering youth in France. In the south of France while "various people called me British, on alternate hands, on get-aways to THE UK, I had been addressed for my French explanation." This experience later affected him to come rapidly to Ethiopia and live in the country for an extended stretch.

Yves-Marie has changed an acclaimed production (Ethiopia through writers' eye) and made up a development accounts in French. He likewise put into African setup, the Djibouti-Ethiopia railroad. He's finishing an account with Dicken Marshall, that explores the modest known story of the Ethiopians of Portuguese heritage, the Birtukan. In a social event with the Ethiopia Observer's Arefaynie Fantahun, Yves-Marie Stranger uncovers to us more about his life in Ethiopia and the Oranges of Prester John.

 

Professors Felix Dapare Dakora and Ali Ali Hebeish of Ghana and Egypt respectively have been awarded the 2016 African Union Kwame Nkrumah Scientific Award. The two scientists were presented the $100,000 prize each on Monday at the 28th African Union Summit in Ethiopia’s capital Addis Ababa. Ghanaian Felix Dapare Dakora is a Plant and Soil Biotechnology Professor at the Tshwane University of Technology in Pretoria, South Africa. Professor Dakora won the award for his work on the interaction between legumes and social micro-organisms allowing bacterium to convert the 78% of nitrogen gas in the atmosphere into forms that plants can use among other benefits. displayAdvert("mpu_3") “Because fertilizers are very expensive, we try to actually identify leguminous species which when associated with the soil bacteria can produce a lot of nitrogen,” he explained at a press conference after receiving the award. Egyptian Ali Ali Hebeish who is an Emeritus Professor of Textile Chemistry won the award for his contribution to the production of suitable textile fibres for apparels, furnishing and technical purposes like lining water canals and medical threads among others. 81-year-old Professor Emeritus Hebeish has over 360 publications to his credit and accredited with 9 patents and 9 books. The prestigious award was instituted
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