Boruu barraaqaa | Fulbaana 16, 2014
Viidiyoo gaafa Fulbaana 14, 2014 maqaa Obbo Daani’eel Dafaatiin Ayyaantuu.com irratti maxxanfame daawádhee irribni na qabuu dide. Viidiyoon sun gaaffii danuu sammuu koo keessatti uume. Gaaffiilee kana tuffadhee callisee ciisuuf yaalee naaf hin taane. Eeboo qeeqaa sammuun koo natti luqqifate jalaa baqaadhee eessan gaha? Kanaafuu dhaamsa gabaabduu tana barreessuufan dirqame.
Duraan dursee dhaamsa kana kanin barreessu maqaa kiyya Boruu Barraaqaa jedhuun mataa koo qofa bakka bu’ee tahuun hunda birattuu naaf haa beekamu. Duraanis akka Boruu Barraaqaatti barreessaan ture, ammas nan barreessa, borus hangan fiigicha koo fixadhutti callisuu danda’a natti hin fakkaatu.
Dhimma kaaneefitti haa seennu. Komiin Obbo Daani’eel akka bokkaa Hagayyaatti Dr. Mararaa irratti roobse kan yeroo isaa eeggate tahee natti hin mul’anne. Dr. Mararaa fi namoonni hagoon biroon bara 1990oota keessa gaazeexaa Urjii irratti wanni walitti deddeebisaa turan amma yeroo of duuba deebinee yaadannu akkaan qaanfachiisaa ture. Sabboonummaan Oromoo bara sanaa akka baay’eetti san fakkaataa ture. Keessumattuu akka Oromoo Dhihaa fi Oromoo Giddugalaatti wal afoo dhaabbachuun, amantiidhaan wal tuquun, maqaa wal balleessuun, walitti dhaadachuun mallattoo ‘’hayyummaa’’ barasii godhamee akka laalamaa ture umrii joollummaatiinis tahu hordofaan ture. Read more…
By LAURAN NEERGAARD
AP Medical Writer
WASHINGTON (AP) – More of the world’s children are surviving to their fifth birthday, but 6.3 million still died last year, mostly from preventable causes, the U.N. children’s agency said Tuesday.
That’s nearly 17,000 young children dying every day. And while death rates have been cut in half since 1990, the world still is short of meeting a goal of a two-thirds decrease in child mortality by next year, the report by the United Nations Children’s Fund said.
“We’re building momentum in many countries in the poorest parts of the world,” said Dr. Mickey Chopra, UNICEF’s head of global programs. The challenge is to spread what works. Read more…
September 16, 2014
On July 1, 2014, the International Oromo Youth Association and the Advocates for Human Rights submitted a detailed report to the Pre-Sessional Working Group of the Committee on the Rights of the Child. The report identified numerous human rights violations of the rights of children under the age of 18 in Ethiopia. The report concluded that ethnic identity is a major risk factor—children belonging to certain ethnic groups such as the Oromo face severe discrimination and rights violations. The report specifically focuses on human rights violations that followed the recent peaceful protests that occurred across schools in the Oromia region. Other issues pertaining to liberty, security, privacy, freedom of expression and association, family, basic health and welfare, education, and leisure and cultural activities were also included in the report. Read more…
(Obbo Daani’el Dafaa olola Prof. Mararaa Guddinaa fi Kutaalee Oromoo jidduu tti gaggeesseef deebii gabaabaa kenname)
Barreessaan, Bakkaanga’aa Margaa firstname.lastname@example.org | Fulbaana 16, 2014
Dursa dubbii Obbo Daani’el dafaa angfummaa isaa tiif akkasumas qooda Qabsoo Oromoo keessa tti qabaachaa tureef kabajaa fi jaalala Oromummaa an qabuuf ibsuufiin barbaada.
Itti aansuu dhaanis “kan dandeessu dhaani jennaan namichi galee haadha manaa isaa dhaane” mammaksa jedhuun gara yaada ijoo dubbii tti darba. Read more…
Spuds are nutritious and hardy, and a research centre collaboration is helping defeat hunger in Africa
Gebremedhin Woldegiorgis, senior potato researcher at the Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Research, and Denis Griffen, potato breeder at Teagas, inspect potato plants at the Teagasc Research Centre in Oakpark, Carlow. photograph: dylan vaughan
September 15, 2014 (The Irish Times) — The hills of Chencha in southern Ethiopia, over 2,700m above sea level, are not a place where you might expect the Irish potato to be thriving underground. But in a country where most farmers work on small plots, providing just enough to feed themselves and their family, the humble spud is a popular crop.
In fact, it is estimated there are one million potato farmers in Ethiopia, planting approximately 16,000 hectares annually. The crop – known as the Irish potato across the region – is grown on mainly small half-hectare plots in the highlands, without fertiliser and mostly by women farmers. Read more…
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September 15, 2014 (Associate Press) — About 500 Syrians, Palestinians, Egyptians and Sudanese are feared to have died after their boat was rammed and sank off the Malta coast last week, the International Organization for Migration said Monday.
The group of migrant workers was undertaking a perilous journey from the Egyptian port of Damietta, seeking a better life in Europe, when their boat was overtaken by human traffickers equipped with two vessels on Wednesday, said organization spokeswoman Christiane Berthiaume. Read more…
By Rundassa Asheetee Hundee | September 15, 2014
When we talk about history, our mind automatically switches to think that history is the basking afterglow of victory that one group scores against the other. We do that because groups or nations write complimenting their victory most warmly and by belittle the loser side. Special elation of such successes and enjoying the gratification they get from beating an opponent or the weak has been a part of human history through which the winners gain confidence and think of themselves as “born to rule” formidable force.
If we weigh the history of empire Ethiopia on similar common scale, we understand why the victories of Tewodiros, Yohanis and Minilik were told in similar way, where the losers were degraded, despised and belittled while their invasions were glorified.
Fulbaana/September 15, 2014 Stockholm, Sweden
Fulbana, 13/2014, hawaasni oromoo biyyaa Sweden magaala Stockholm keessatti qophii kabaja ayyaana Irreechaa fi qophii gargaarsa Oromia Media Network (OMN) haala bareedan gaggeessan jiru. Qophii kana irratti hawaasni oromoo Sweden, Norway, fi Denmark irraa baaynaan irratti hirmatani jiru. Qophiin Ayyaanni Irreechaa, magalaa gudditti Sweden, Stockholm baka Lötsjö (Sundbyberge) jedhamutti sa’a 10:30 hanga 12:30 kan gaggeeffame yoo ta’u, itti aansudhaan aada Irreechaa fi barbaachisumaa aada oromoo guddisuu ilaalchisee, akkasumaas barbaachisumaa jarmiyaa haawaasa oromoo ilaalchisee barumsi fi mariin baldhaan gaggeeffame jira. Read more…
By Alemu Hurissa | September 14, 2014
There is no question about how much freedom and justice are important for an individual, a society and country. I also believe that no one would argue except Tigrayan People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) and its satellite Oromo People’s Democratic Organization (OPDO) and others who have gained benefit from corrupting TPLF regime, about the importance of democracy, freedom and justice for peace, stability and development for one country. Read more…
September 13th 2014, Gambella
Gambella Nilotes United Movement (GNUM) strongly condemns the massacre of Mezenger tribe which is currently carried out jointly by the federal police forces and the illegal settlers (highlanders) in Metti town Godere Zone of the Gambella region, started in September 11/2014. The Majengers were unaware of the pre-planned massacre are now helpless and vulnerable in the situation, and so far more than 17 Majengers are reported dead and the killing is indiscriminate against children, women and men, among which, one is said to be the zonal governor. Still the killing apparently is spreading into many villages, not knowing the scale of the incident to the villagers. Read more…
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