The Ethiopian government is calling on the country’s private sector for help in its battle against drought and land restoration efforts.
South Sudanese gunmen have killed 140 Ethiopian civilians in a cross-border attack, according to the Ethiopian government.
The UN has warned more than 36 million people in eastern and southern Africa face hunger due to drought and soaring temperatures caused by El Niño.
The key to achieving food security in Ethiopia could lie in animal bones, according to a science journalist.
Kenya and Ethiopia have offered to supply helicopters for troops fighting under the African Union Mission to Somalia (AMISOM) against Al-Shabaab.
Dozens are reported to have been killed in renewed ethnic violence in Ethiopia’s southwestern town of Gambella.
The US has pledged almost $100 million in food aid to help battle the effects of Ethiopia’s worst drought in 50 years.