Ethiopian Business Review

Inspecting through the maps of Addis Ababa from the 1880s up to today’s Google satellite images, it is impossible to avoid noticing how the city has handled its expansion and morphological transformation within a century. And in what way it dealt confrontations between modern planning and traditional settlements. 

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Towards Sustainable Tech Markets

In Ethiopia, it is customary to confuse technology as a by-product of development. Unfortunately, it is not only the average Joe or Jane who holds this erroneous belief, but most government officials and policymakers along with administrators in the public universities. Yet, technology is a tool for development.

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The strength of a nation is measured by and depends even more on the quality, rather than the number of its people.  The potential capacity and capability of people are nation’s most precious possessions. Therefore, it is imperative to recognize the true value of human resources with regards to driving the development of an economy and the existence of a nation.

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