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The Story of Cholera: Oromiffa

The Story of Cholera: Oromiffa

What Causes Cholera? Cholera is caused by an infection of the intestine with the bacterium Vibrio cholerae. The bacterium causes the cells lining the intestine to produce large amounts of fluid, leading to profuse diarrhea and vomiting. The infection spreads when someone ingests food or water contaminated with the feces or vomit of someone carrying […]

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Ethiopia unable to provide effective national response to viral hepatitis

Fassil Shiferaw, Meketew Letebo and Abate Bane (Healio) — Ethiopia still lacks required partnerships and resource mobilization for an effective national health response to viral hepatitis, according to a report published in BMC Public Health. “Viral hepatitis and its disease burden are getting little attention in Ethiopia and many low-income countries,” Fassil Shiferaw, at WHO-Ethiopia, […]

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Eegafayyaa Ofii

Beekoti akka fayyaa itti eegan ni barsiisu jedhama. Kanarrati waan beektu qabdaa Abbaa Hoduu jedhe tokkoo? Hamman beeku sittin hodeessaa dhaggeeffadhu jedhe Abbaan Hoduu. Osoo hin dhukkuffatin eegafayyaa ofii kunuunsuun keessaa fi alli ofii akka namati tolu godha. Qaammi qananii qabu ayyaamii ofiif gammachuu uuma. Nammi gammachuu qabu rakoo irra haanuuf kan ofitt hin gamadne […]

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Stockholm syndrome : Who builds tunnels, hospitals, military camps and modern technology underground in Tigray

By Baaroo Keno Deressa, Dr. August 16, 2016 (Ayyaantuu) – The Oromo people were colonized during the last quarter of the nineteenth century by a black African nation – Abyssinia – with the help of the European colonial powers of the day. During the same period, of course, the Somalis, Kenyans, Sudanese and others were […]

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At Nairobi's Kenya National Museum, two Homo sapiens visit the remain of Turkana Boy, a member of the human precursor species Homo erectus.

New Support For Human Evolution In Grasslands

By Pratigya Polissar,  Kevin Jackson and Kevin Krajick Scientists have uncovered a 24-million-year record of vegetation in the region of east Africa where early humans likely evolved. (Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University | Earth Institute) — Buried deep in seabed sediments off east Africa, scientists have uncovered a 24-million-year record of vegetation trends in the […]

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Urgent call to all Oromo people and international community: Health care is the fundamental human rights and not a tool of war

By Baaroo Keno Deressa, Dr. Concerning this issue my letter to United nations and European commission will be published soon. Ayder Referral University Hospital in Mekelle has become the only Government Hospital in Ethiopia to perform the first PCI (Percutaneous coronary Intervention). The colonialist with gun: enjoying with highest standard of health care haasaya-fiqaaduu-tasammaa-walgahii-kaabinee-oromiyaa-irratti-godhe. May […]

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How African governments block social media

How African governments block social media

(BBC) — A small but increasing group of African governments is blocking social media during elections. Clare Spencer asks why and how this is done and how people get around it. Why are African governments blocking social media? It is safe to say governments aren’t blocking social media to cut off the supply of cute […]

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Technology: Whatsapp adds end-to-end encryption; Viber to by-pass blockage

(BBC News) — Instant messaging service Whatsapp has announced it will encrypt all its users’ communications from Tuesday. With end-to-end encryption, messages are scrambled as they leave the sender’s device and can only be decrypted by the recipient’s device. It renders messages unreadable if they are intercepted, for example by criminals or law enforcement. Whatsapp, […]

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What you need to do when Internet is blocked

(OpenGarden) — FireChat is revolutionary. It changes the way communities keep in touch and get organised. If you are a leader or organizer, get FireChat and start something! FireChat is a free mobile app. What is FireChat? “Open Garden may have found the next version of the Internet.”  – Financial Times, March 2015 FireChat enables communication […]

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(All Health Guidance) — Doctors in Barcelona, Spain consider they’ve discovered the remedy to HIV – the AIDS-causing virus that impacts the lives of greater than 34 million individuals worldwide, in line with WHO. By utilizing blood transplants from the umbilical cords of people with a genetic resistance to HIV, Spanish medical professionals consider they […]

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Dr. Opeyemi Enoch

Nigerian Scholar solves 156-Year-old problem in Maths

By Rotimi Ojomoyela Ado-Ekiti, Nigeria (Vanguard) — The 156 years old Riemann Hypothesis, the most important problem in Mathematics has been successfully solved by Nigeria Scholar, Dr Opeyemi Enoch. With this breakthrough, Dr Enoch, who teaches at the Federal University, Oye Ekiti (FUOYE), has become the fourth egghead to resolve one of the seven Millennium Problems […]

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Health Benefits of Lady Finger (Okra)

(Health Digezt) — Okra is better known by its common name as ladys finger or Gumbo. This high fiber vegetable is known for its high soluble and insoluble fiber content. This vegetable is usually used in many recipes and is also a part of many nutritional diets, as it is beneficial to the heart. Let us […]

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In Ethiopia, a partnership to improve nutrition

In Ethiopia, a partnership to improve nutrition

By Christine Nesbitt A joint EU-UNICEF programme reaches rural communities in Ethiopia to address undernutrition among mothers and children through monitoring, treatment and guidance. GEMECHIS, Ethiopia, 24 August 2015 (UNICEF) – Early in the morning, one-and-a-half-year-old Mikias Asnake laughs as his mother, Meseret Haile, bathes him at home in the Gemechis woreda (district), in the […]

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Ways to Protect Yourself from Hackers Online

An increase in cyber-attacks and identity theft make the Internet seem like a scary place these days. The hacking of Sony Pictures led the news for some time. The U.S. State Department public email system was shut down. Even the White House was a target of cyber-attack. There were reports of a billion dollar theft from European […]

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America’s third-world government dumps fluoride in drinking water while Ethiopia seeks to remove toxin from water to protect public health

(NaturalNews) — It’s a prolific disease that’s ravaging some areas of Africa and causing permanent health damage among residents. No, we’re not talking about malaria or AIDS — fluorosis, a health condition triggered by exposure to fluoride, is damaging people’s teeth and skeletal structures throughout Ethiopia, so much so that health authorities there are working […]

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