Posted on :Wednesday , 30th November 2022
Ethiopian Ambassador and Plenipotentiary Jemal Beker Abdula stated that his country has surplus tea and coffee that may be exported to Pakistan at reasonable prices.
During a meeting with members of a joint delegation from the Pakistan Tea Association and the Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI), he stated as much (PTA). In response, the FPCCI and . . .
Posted on :Tuesday , 1st November 2022
Ethiopia is anticipated to produce 8.25 million 60-kilogram bags of coffee during this time (495,000 MT), Ethiopia is home to more than 15 million smallholder farmers who depend on coffee as their main source of income. The total amount of coffee exported from Ethiopia in the most recent fiscal year was 4.70 million bags (282,000 MT).
As of 2022, Ethiopia is the largest produ. . .
Posted on :Tuesday , 4th October 2022
A recent climate summit was held in Addis Abeba, Ethiopia, thanks to the efforts of the Consortium for Climate Change Ethiopia (CCC-E) and the Alliance for Food Sovereignty in Africa (AFSA).
To discuss and establish a distinct African perspective for the next United Nations Climate Change Conferences, over 150 climate actors from 32 African countries, including small-scale food . . .
Posted on :Wednesday , 22nd September 2021
Djibouti-based African businessmen have indicated interest in establishing a state-of-the-art abattoir in Ethiopia. The statement was made during a three-day investment mission to Ethiopia, which was targeted at assessing and adding value to Ethiopia's large and untapped livestock potential.
During their visit, the investors met with high-ranking government officials, relevan. . .
Posted on :Monday , 29th March 2021
Ethiopia's government intends to use iodine-based cloud collection technology to increase agricultural production and achieve food self-sufficiency.
According to Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, a group of experts will use the technology in the coming two months to collect clouds and turn rainfall. He commented on the future of Ethiopia's tourist attraction in the southern part of . . .