Remembering Adawa, the African Victory
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President of the Academy, Engr. (Dr.) Edet Amana, said this was important because the national transformation required to create jobs, increase industrial production and impact the economic and social being of the people.
He said it was possible if Science, Engineering and Technology (SET) is put in the driving seat of the nation’s activities.
Ethiopia: Seventy Years Ago Today May 4, 2011
GAMBELLA, 25 March 2011 (IRIN) –
Ethiopia has little time for critics of its large-scale land-leasing policy, insisting the millions of dollars of foreign investment will create jobs, improve domestic agricultural expertise and reduce both poverty and the country’s chronic food insecurity.
Ethiopia at centre of global farmland rush
Locals move out as international contractors seize opportunities offered by government to lease farmland at knockdown rates
* John Vidal in Gambella, Ethiopia
* The Guardian, Monday 21 March 2011
* Article history
John Vidal on Ethiopia's land rush Link to this video
DR. ZAKI A. SHERIF
Research Associate Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and Cellular Biology Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington, D.C.
" THIS MUST BE MY REASON FOR EXISTENCE. NOT TO BE FAMOUS, BUT TO MAKE A LASTING DIFFERENCE." Dr. Zaki A. Sherif
Expertise, Current Research: Gene discovery, biochemistry, molecular biology and cellular biology, molecular medicine.
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