How indigenous crops can help bring food security to Ethiopia.
Under Feed the Future, the Obama administration is spending more than $1 billion a year to increase food production in 19 target countries. For Ethiopia, the method is bags of nonbiotech hybrid seed.
In Ethiopia, evolution is not a threat to people of faith.
In Ethiopia, paleontologists are pushing back the clock on humanity’s origins.
Drop by drop: The U.S. Agency for International Development and the United Nations are struggling to empower women farmers in Africa, but cultural and land issues make it a tough goal to achieve.
Ethiopia is a country in a hurry—and under construction.
Journalist Paul Salopek embarks on a seven-year global trek from Africa to Tierra Del Fuego, following in the footsteps of our restless forebears.
Several major aid agencies have been blamed for not addressing rights violations in Ethiopia, including those linked to their programs in the country.
Paul Salopek is an adventurer and a dreamer, an old-fashioned trekker and a modern day explorer. He has set out on foot to circle the world, a 21,000 mile journey that will take 7 years to complete.
Ahead of his appearance at the UK's Hay Festival, Roger Thurow, author of "The Last Hunger Season", gives an insight into the devastating effects of malnutrition.
In ending hunger, markets matter. Ethiopia is implementing lessons learned after the 2003 famine.
National Geographic fellow and Pulitzer Center grantee Paul Salopek talks to NPR about the most recent leg of his seven-year journey.
OneWorld.net highlights the Pulitzer Center's ongoing "Water Wars: Ethiopia and Kenya" reporting project on February 28 in the Today's News section of its website. The project, conducted by the young journalists of the Common Language Project, addresses the increasing scarcity of water in East Africa and how the shortage is fueling conflict in the region.
See OneWorld's feature in its February 28 Today's News section.