In spite of the fact that Alle Felegeselam regarded the topics that customary Ethiopian workmanship spoke to, he was intensely mindful of the progressions and changes being experienced by the craftsmanship world and realized that Ethiopian craftsmanship fell behind. Alle ensured that the School didn't grasp anyone specific masterful style or hypothesis nor relinquished the specialty of the century. The School delighted in energetic help from the Emperor Haleselassie, who prior in 1954 had conceded Alle a grant to contemplate Fine Arts in the Institute of Art in Chicago.
Ethiopia has officially overtaken neighbouring Kenya as East Africa’s economic giant. According to International Monetary Fund (IMF) figures, Ethiopia’s annual economic output (i.e. Gross Domestic Product (GDP)) for this year was expected to hit $78 billion from $72 billion recorded last year. Their economic growth since 2015 has been pegged at 10.8% which has helped put a significant gap between them and Kenya. In monetary terms, Ethiopia has opened a gap of about $29 million over Kenya. Ethiopia’s economic growth is hinged on public-led spending on infrastructure and a strong demand by locals. It has also recently become an destination of choice for particularly Chinese investors. displayAdvert("mpu_3") ‘‘Non-resource-intensive countries, such as Ivory Coast, Ethiopia, Kenya, and Senegal, generally continued to grow robustly, benefiting from strong domestic demand and high levels of public spending, though in some cases, growth eased from 2015,’‘ an IMF report released in April 2017 read. Another factor believed to be driving the economy is the country’s large population – which is almost double that of Kenya. Ethiopia’s economy since 2015 has been on an upward trajectory since the government moved to modernise its roads, railway and power plants. They are on cue to have Africa’s biggest hydroelectric