Addis Ababa, June 24, 2014 –Ethiopia, a country highly vulnerable to land degradation, deforestation and food insecurity is stepping up its efforts to fight climate change and promote sustainable rural development and build resilience. Today the Norwegian Minster of Climate and Environment Mrs Tine Sundtoft promised additional funding to support Ethiopia’s green growth strategy and forest...

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Norway, Sweden, and the United Kingdom signed a Joint Financing Arrangement (JFA) on June 12 in support of the UN Economic Commission for Africa’s (ECA) 2014-2015 programme of work.

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The Norwegian government, the World Bank, Global Environment Facility, Least Developed Country Fund and the Ethiopian Government assisted or funded project was launched on June 14, 2014 at Kuriftu Resort in Bishoftu, Ethiopia.

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Today, the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Ethiopia announced a NOK 100 million (USD 17,421, 026 ) grant to support the joint UNICEF and UNFPA programme on ‘Rights-based Approach to Adolescent and Youth Development in Ethiopia (Phase II – 2014-2017)’. The fund is divided equally between UNICEF and UNFPA and released independently to each agency on a bi-annual basis.

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The Royal Norwegian Embassy in Addis Ababa has the following vacancy: Program Officer, Natural Resource Management and Forest

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Ambassaden i Addis Abeba tilbyr en praktikantplass med varighet på inntil seks måneder. Søknadsfrist er 22. august 2014, med tiltredelse 1. november 2014.

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The Norwegian national day was celebrated in Addis Ababa on 17 May – as every year. This year however, the bicentenary of the Constitution requires an extraordinary celebration of our old nation. Our constitution was signed – during a brief interim period of independence – on 17 May 1814.

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Terrorangrep mot vestlig restaurant I Djibouti

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