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Locust devastation in Tigray, Ethiopia, and the International Communities indifference in a such crisis!

EBC English Evening News

ANDM -Endurance & Renewal- London NOV 2016 (Source: Ethiopian Embassy-UK )

Tigrai Tv: ወከልቲ ኣምሓራ ናብ ትግራይ መፂኦም ኣብ ጉዳይ ተጋሩ ተመዛበልቲ ጎንደር ዝገበርዎ ዘተ

Ethio-UK Relations London Oct 2016 (Ethiopian EmbassyUK)

ኢትዮጵያ ከእጃችን አምልጣለች ግብፅ (Ethiopia Prosperous)

Ethio-Somali’s in the UK defending Federalism

Tigrai Tv: ኢድ ኣእታውነት ግብፂ ኣብ ግድብ ህዳሰ ኢትዮጵያ

The following video reports are clear evidences how much Egypt is meddling in Ethiopia’s internal political affairs for her own interest in the waters of the Blue Nile. Ethiopia is not that stupid not to know her own internal and external enemies that are prepared to dismantle her history and national integrity! EGYPT, HANDS OFF ETHIOPIA!!!

“A sword shall come on Egypt, and anguish shall be in Ethiopia, when the slain shall fall in Egypt; and they shall take away her multitude, and her foundations shall be broken down…” (Ezekiel 30:4).

The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (Videos)

Documentary – The Longest Dam In Africa – Tekeze

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Pope Francis in Georgia – Visit to the Patriarch Ilia II


PM Netanyahu Speaks Before the Ethiopian Parliament on July 7, 2016

Ethiopia elected to serve UN Security Council – HahuDaily News

New Hawzen Martyrs’ Memorial Technical School Built (Source: TV Tigrai)

Vociferous Eritreans Demonstrate in Geneva on June 23, 2016

Commission of Inquiry on Eritrea – Press Conference (Geneva, 8 June 2016)

#EBC አዲስ አበባ እየፈካች ያለች ውብ ከተማ !…ግንቦት 13፡2008 ዓ.ም

#EBCየትምህርት ተደራሽነት እና ግንቦት 20…ግንቦት 13፡2008 ዓ.ም

#EBCገፀ – በረከት…ግንቦት 13፡2008 ዓ.ም

ምህዋር ……… የካቲት 19 2008 ዓ.ም

Selected Video News from Ethiopian Reporter TV (English)

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How the 41st Anniversary of Lekatit 11 Was Celebrated in Washington DC (USA) (Source: Birhane Abay)

Blind and hateful politics and racial/tribal bigotries of Ethiopian political movements won’t benefit Ethiopia… It would probably lead the country to another worse catastrophic political chaos and bloodshed like to the ones we had been witnessing in the neighboring Somalia and the South Sudan which had caused tremendous loss of lives and human sufferings for decades…! Ethiopia needs not ongoing wars and conflicts but rather political stability and economic and technological developments for its peoples that had suffered for so a longtime from a chronic poverty and developmental and technological backwardness!

Center for Strategic & International Studies Held Panel Discussions On Sustaining Ethiopia’s Progress in Health (Source: CSIS)

Diaspora Policy Panel – London Ethiopian Embassy 2016 (Source: Ethiopian EmbassyUK )

Tigray State Conference 2016 on Good Governance (Source: Tigrai TV)

Virtual Visit to Mekelle City, Tigray (Ethiopia) in 2015 (Source:

Two Countries One Economy

Agame Cultural Song by Sofia

Discussion on the the outcome of the National Good Governance Study – Part 1 & 2 (Source: Ethiopian Embassy Washington D.C.)

Vehicle industry flourishes in Ethiopia (Source: NTVUganda)

Ethiopian Industrial Park – Ethio-Chinese Project (Source: (UTNA.Org)

Ethiopian Development Endeavour-London 2015 (Source: Ethiopian Embassy UK)

Why Eritrea’s children are fleeing to Ethiopia?

Ethiopia in History Documentaries

Ethiopia Land of Tomorrow

Mekelle The Northern Star

Video-Music Play about Rising Mekelle

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Dear {Name of the Recipient},

I am sending you this message because I cannot remain silent, give a deaf ear, and a blind eye to a horrible and distressing situation that has driven me emotional and reduced me utterly sleepless. Tigrai has fallen under a devastating and fast-spreading plague of locust swarms. This is happening on top of the COVID-19 pandemic that has taken hold every aspect of our life.

The locust swarms are extremely dangerous and can tarnish all types of human and animal food sources: crops, grasses, and trees. They have the ability to destroy many acres of crops in a short period of time.

As I am writing this message, the locust swarms are dashing the hope and ruining the livelihoods of farmers. Farmers who depend entirely on seasonal rainfall and a meager farming spot.
The people and the regional government are doing everything they can. However, the situation is beyond their control. They are desperately crying for help. There is a saying in my country that goes, “50 lemons are a burden to one but an embellishment to 50 people.” You might have a small sum of money that you can give away without harming your wallet. But collected from thousands of generous individuals like you, it can be a lifesaver for these farmers.
If you have a few minutes to spare, please watch the video linked below. It may give you a glimpse of what is going on.
Tigrai Development Association (TDA) is spearheading a fundraising effort to help out the farmers in distress and for any emergency situation. TDA was established in 1989 in Washington DC as a non-profit organization to support the development efforts in Tigrai. All your donations are tax-deductible. TDA TAX ID: 52–1666534.

Please make your donation at
I would also be much obliged if you can spread my words to as many friends, family members, neighbors, charities, organizations, etc. as you can. Let’s form a family tree. A tree that can offer the hope of life to these desperate people and their livestock.

I highly appreciate, in advance, for any amount you may donate. Without a doubt, we will prevail together.
If anyone needs further information, please contact me.

Thank you so much and may God bless you.
{Your Name}


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