Overcoming stigma with handicrafts
HIV positive women in Ethiopia are often shut out from society, but some have found solace in handicrafts.
Ethiopia's girls still dreaming of a better future
Although Ethiopia recently appointed its first female president, the country still has a long way to go towards achieving gender equality. But many young women are determined to smash the glass ceiling.
Mercy Corps unveil $5mn AgriFin Digital Farmer initiative
AgriFin today launched the AgriFin Digital Farmer, a two year, $5 million initiative to support the expansion of high impact, digitally enabled services to at least 1 million farmers over two years across Kenya, Tanzania, Ethiopia, and Nigeria.
Women's emancipation has yet to reach Ethiopia's rural areas
Times are changing for the better for women in Ethiopia. The country has its first female president and half of the cabinet are women. But change is much slower in rural areas as DW correspondent Fanny Facsar found out.
Eritreans hope for better future after peace deal
Eritrea, which recently signed a peace deal with Ethiopia, remains one of Africa's most repressive regimes, without free press or political opposition.
Ethiopian stories for Ethiopian kids
Robin Hood and Cinderella are certainly wonderful children's stories - but can the children in Ethiopia or other parts of the world really identify with them?
Meet the African refugee cycling team
A passion for cycling has reunited a group of friends separated by the war in Eritrea. The African Refugee Cycling Team was founded in neighbouring Ethiopia. Now they hope to raise the cash to allow them to take part in international competition.
Ethiopia's Dawi Admasu wins annual Sao Silvestre road race
Admasu finishes first in traditional end-of-year race with thousands more behind.
Africa eyes Ambassador Haley's visit for U.S. policy hints
U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley discussed U.S. foreign policy as she arrived in Ethiopia as part of a tour of the region.