Our Blossom's concept of a community-service start-up is rooted in an idea that emerged from a conversation between Addis-born Dorina Asmanio and her daughters, Abiyan, Gioia, and Melah, while collecting seeds for their private garden in Silver Spring, Maryland (USA). The busy fingers picked out the best for the bank while soft voices spoke imaginatively … Continue reading Our Blossom
ዛሬም የደሀናና የጋዝጊብላ እናቶች የወላድነት አደራን ሊወጡት አልቻሉም። አባት የ13/14 አመቱን ጨቅላ ከማጨት በሕግ ቢከለከልም ያን ከማድረግ አላረፉም። ትምህርት ላይ መስፈንጠር የቻሉት ከእምዬ መሬት ቁጣ ቢላቀቁም ስለታቸው አሁንም የሚገባው ለደብረወይላ ቤተክርስትያን ነው። ለነሱ ላሊበላ የጦርነት መታሰብያ ወይንም የቱሪስት መዝናኛ፣ ለኛ ላሊበላ የታሪካችን ቅርፅና የውበታችን ማጌጫ፣ ለዛች ለጋ ወጣት ግን ጋሜናዋ ለተደፈነው ላሊበላ ድንጋይ ነው። ፀሎትዋን … Continue reading The Storyteller from Meskelo
Ants aerate the soil, which helps plants grow. Katherine L. Stuble, a doctoral student at the University of Tennessee, studied ant community behavior in relation to global warming. She examined coexistence among ant species in eastern deciduous forests and tried to find out what effects warming may have on ant foraging activity. Her findings show … Continue reading An Adventure with Ants
Alem Reta, Adwa patriot - grand-daughter.
"Listen to what the children try to say and show us." Let’s just say I met a little boy last September. He was 11 and unable to read. He absolutely could not sound out CVC words (dog, hot, bat, sit). He was very aware of his difference and this resulted in tears quite often when … Continue reading Learn to Read, Read to Learn
Ethiopians and friends of Ethiopia worldwide anticipate general elections this June after a prolonged Covid19 postponement. The event will secure the appointment of members of the House of Peoples' Representatives and regional state councils. This electoral test will be the first for the ruling Prosperity Party. Opposition political parties say they center their ambitions not … Continue reading Ethiopia preps for June elections
the performing arts and political expression in some african countries The Tempos band were known for their political songs. JCollins-BAPMAF Archives Edmund John Collins, University of Ghana Towards the end of the Kwame Nkrumah era in 1966, a number of highlife artists wrote songs critical of him as Ghana’s president. But during the period leading … Continue reading The Performing Arts in African countries