Dr. debretsion's statement about the current situation of TPLF

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The state minister recognized the gap in making MoLSA’s polices and services a reality and acknowledged that the partnership with the Austrian Development Agency will help bring the knowledge, appropriate programming and collaboration required to bring these programs to fruition.

Launched with a budget of seven million euros from the EU, BtG is to be implemented in select intervention areas in the Amhara and Somalia regional states. The program will focus on resilience building livelihood interventions and social protection in line with the national development agenda until 2021. Shitaye Astawes, National Program Manager of BtG stressed the importance of women with disabilities’ inclusion in national social and economic dialogue.

 

The African Union (AU) has finally spoken on the protests in Ethiopia saying it was following the situation with great concern. The AU also called for restraint on the part of parties involved. The continental body issued a statement from its chairperson, Dr. Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma, stating that the AU was ‘‘following the evolving socio-political situation over the last few months in the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia with great concern.’‘ Fresh protests broke out in the East African nation in late July with tens of thousands of protesters marching in the Amhara region demanding regime change in the country. The social media instigated protest was however disrupted by security officials. displayAdvert("mpu_3") The Amhara protests came months after the Oromia protests in the country’s south late last year extending into the early part of this year. After the late July protest in Amhara, several others were staged in parts of the country including the capital Addis Ababa, where the AU has its headquarters. Those protests too were largely clamped down by security officials. Protesters resorted to using social shutdowns as a sign of protest, with media reports indicating that streets were deserted in areas where the protesters targeted" />
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Dr. debretsion's statement about the current situation of TPLF

State Minister of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Misganaw Admasu referred to the World Report on Disability that estimates 17.6 percent disability prevalence in Ethiopia, the majority of which reside in rural areas with limited access to basic services. “In our country, 95 percent of all persons with disabilities are estimated to live in poverty. Many depend on family support for their survival.”

The state minister recognized the gap in making MoLSA’s polices and services a reality and acknowledged that the partnership with the Austrian Development Agency will help bring the knowledge, appropriate programming and collaboration required to bring these programs to fruition.

Launched with a budget of seven million euros from the EU, BtG is to be implemented in select intervention areas in the Amhara and Somalia regional states. The program will focus on resilience building livelihood interventions and social protection in line with the national development agenda until 2021. Shitaye Astawes, National Program Manager of BtG stressed the importance of women with disabilities’ inclusion in national social and economic dialogue.

 

The African Union (AU) has finally spoken on the protests in Ethiopia saying it was following the situation with great concern. The AU also called for restraint on the part of parties involved. The continental body issued a statement from its chairperson, Dr. Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma, stating that the AU was ‘‘following the evolving socio-political situation over the last few months in the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia with great concern.’‘ Fresh protests broke out in the East African nation in late July with tens of thousands of protesters marching in the Amhara region demanding regime change in the country. The social media instigated protest was however disrupted by security officials. displayAdvert("mpu_3") The Amhara protests came months after the Oromia protests in the country’s south late last year extending into the early part of this year. After the late July protest in Amhara, several others were staged in parts of the country including the capital Addis Ababa, where the AU has its headquarters. Those protests too were largely clamped down by security officials. Protesters resorted to using social shutdowns as a sign of protest, with media reports indicating that streets were deserted in areas where the protesters targeted
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