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They Lost Everything: Recovering from Strongest Storm Ever Recorded in the Horn of Africa

Reliefweb 11 Jun 2021
Kalson, a 40-year-old Ethiopian and single mother of 13 children, knows too well what it means to depend on the weather to survive. Originally from Kelafo, a rural town in the Somali region of Ethiopia, Kalson used to produce enough food from her small farm to feed her big family.
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The heat is on: Warming world puts much-loved species at risk

The National 02 Jun 2021
The year 2020 marked the end of the hottest decade on record ... Read More ... The report said the Arabica bean – which originated in Ethiopia and is used to make 60 per cent of the world’s coffee – is suffering from dramatic weather shifts and rising temperatures. The wild species in Ethiopia is projected to decline by up to 80 per cent by 2080, it said ... .
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The heat is on: warming world puts much-loved animals and plants at risk

The National 02 Jun 2021
The year 2020 marked the end of the hottest decade on record ... The report said the Arabica bean – which originated in Ethiopia and is used to make 60 per cent of the world’s coffee – is suffering from dramatic weather shifts and rising temperatures. In the wild in Ethiopia, the species is projected to decline by up to 80 per cent by 2080, it said ... .
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From puffins to bumblebees and one of world's favourite coffee plants: The 12 species at risk from global warming

ITV 02 Jun 2021
This species of coffee accounts for around 60% of global production of the much-loved drink, and thrives at annual temperatures of around 18C-22C (64.4F-71.6F), but does not cope well with warming conditions, low or unpredictable rainfall and extreme weather.
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Why agriculture is promising investment in Ethiopia

New Business Ethiopia 16 May 2021
The fact that Ethiopia has been known for long not been able to feed itself is an opportunity for those who invest in agriculture sector. Like many African countries, Ethiopia at the moment spends billions of dollars every year to import food items including wheat, rice and processed foods ... Why agriculture is promising investment in Ethiopia.
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Federal Government of Somalia signs ARC Treaty and MoU with African Risk Capacity to effectively address impacts of extreme weather events

Reliefweb 27 Apr 2021
Johannesburg, April 26-27, 2021 – The Government of the Federal Republic of Somalia has signed the Treaty and a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the African Risk Capacity (ARC) to work together towards helping the country better prepare, plan and respond to extreme weather events and natural disasters.
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Bridges: Leland dedicated life to fighting hunger, poverty

Waxahachie Daily Light 11 Apr 2021
By 1983, Ethiopia and Sudan were in the unrelenting grip of a horrible famine that left upwards of 1 million dead by 1986 ... In 1989, Leland embarked on another trip to Ethiopia in his fight against hunger ... Eighteen aircraft participated in the search, scanning the mountains of western Ethiopia in stormy weather.
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TEXAS HISTORY MINUTE: A career dedicated to alleviating hunger and poverty

Weatherford Democrat 10 Apr 2021
By 1983, Ethiopia and Sudan were in the unrelenting grip of a horrible famine that left upwards of one million dead by 1986 ... In 1989, Leland embarked on another trip to Ethiopia in his fight against hunger ... Eighteen aircraft participated in the search, scanning the mountains of western Ethiopia in stormy weather.
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Bridges: Lubbock's Leland dedicated his life to fighting hunger, poverty

Lubbock Avalanche-Journal 10 Apr 2021
By 1983, Ethiopia and Sudan were in the unrelenting grip of a horrible famine that left upwards of 1 million dead by 1986 ... In 1989, Leland embarked on another trip to Ethiopia in his fight against hunger ... Eighteen aircraft participated in the search, scanning the mountains of western Ethiopia in stormy weather.
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Academic's bowl of dreams is overflowing with help of Chinese scholarship

China Daily 10 Apr 2021
Eyale's most recent study, entitled Estimation of the Distribution of the Total Net Radiative Flux from Satellite and Automatic Weather Station Data in the Upper Blue Nile Basin, Ethiopia, which was published as part of his PhD studies in partnership with the ITP professors, is the first of its kind to be conducted in the East African country.
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Kenya: Locust outbreak may be coming to an end

Fresh Plaza 09 Apr 2021
Within the first few months of 2020, huge swarms had spread across Kenya, Ethiopia, Somalia, Sudan and Eritrea ... " below-normal rainfall expected this spring would limit breeding to parts of northern Kenya and southern Ethiopia at a much lower scale than last year ... weather.com.
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TEXAS HISTORY MINUTE: George Thomas Leland III, one of first African Americans to serve in ...

Sherman Herald Democrat 07 Apr 2021
By 1983, Ethiopia and Sudan were in the unrelenting grip of a horrible famine that left upwards of one million dead by 1986 ... In 1989, Leland embarked on another trip to Ethiopia in his fight against hunger ... Eighteen aircraft participated in the search, scanning the mountains of western Ethiopia in stormy weather.
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Ethiopia’s consul general in Minnesota says many heading back to Africa to ‘invest in their country’

Duluth News Tribune 04 Apr 2021
PAUL — When it comes to Ethiopia’s future, Abdulaziz Mohamed is downright bullish ... To help Ethiopia weather the COVID-19 storm, the consulate raised about $152,000 in donations from Ethiopians throughout the Midwest, as well as in-kind donations of personal protective equipment ... There’s been plenty of other turbulence in Ethiopia beyond COVID.
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Abu Dhabi Chamber organises webinar on investment opportunities in Ethiopia

Urdu Point 31 Mar 2021
... on the available investment opportunities in Ethiopia ... Sori remarked that Ethiopia now has the largest cargo network and terminal in Africa, all-weather roads nationwide, and is extending a railway that cuts the journey from Djibouti to Modjo from 84 hours to under 10 hours.
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Three-quarters of Somali families found lacking water as drought looms

Post Bulletin 23 Mar 2021
Climate change is taking a heavy toll across eastern Africa, and increasingly erratic weather - from recurring droughts to floods - is becoming commonplace in countries such as Somalia, Kenya, Uganda and Ethiopia ... "In some locations, the price of water has skyrocketed ... Impoverished Somalia is highly vulnerable to extreme weather ... .
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