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One of the machines purchased by Ethio-Feed PLC to process feed. With this and other machines, Ethio-Feed can produce feed with
November 19, 2015

Mokony, Southern Tigray, Ethiopia – The U.S. Government, through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), today held a ribbon cutting ceremony to launch a new livestock feed manufacturing facility developed through USAID’s grant to Ethio-Feed PLC. The investment will enable suppliers, processors, cooperatives, exporters, financial and other service providers to access higher nutritional content feed at lower prices. The facility will use low cost ingredients from agricultural byproducts in the region such as maize cobs, sugar cane tops and cactus pads. The facility has a daily capacity of 50 quintals per day per shift and is currently producing 4,000 quintals of processed feed requested by the Government of Ethiopia for distribution to smallholder farmers in drought affected areas.

Women fill jerrycans at a water point in the Somali Region.
November 18, 2014

Today, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Mission Director Dennis Weller officiated the launch of a new water site in the Gubadley kebele (district), Somali Region, as part of the USAID WATER project implemented by the International Rescue Committee (IRC).

USAID Mission Director Dennis Weller joins Ethiopian President Dr. Mulatu Teshome and Ethiopian policymakers and producers.
November 12, 2014

The U.S. Government, through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), joined with the Ethiopian Pulses, Oilseeds and Spices Processors-Exporters Association (EPOSPEA) and other industry leaders and stakeholders is a major sponsor for the Fourth International Pulses, Oilseeds, and Spices conference under the theme, “Global Partnership for Sustainable Market Growth."

U.S. Deputy Chief of Mission Peter Vrooman appreciates a traditional Ethiopian coffee ceremony.
November 6, 2014

The U.S. Government joined with coffee industry stakeholders to sponsor the Ethiopian Coffee Exporters Association in hosting the 3rd annual International Coffee conference. Developing the coffee value chain is an important part of USAID’s Agricultural Growth Program - Agribusiness Market Development project which supports the organization and promotion of the trade conference.

U.S. Deputy Chief of Mission Peter Vrooman gives a keynote address at the opening of the 3rd Annual Ethiopian Coffee Conference.
November 6, 2014

It is widely known that Ethiopia is the birthplace of Arabica coffee and exports some of the highest quality coffee in the world, including many specialty coffees such as Yirgacheffe, Harar and Sidama. Despite this long history and unique coffee culture, the Ethiopian coffee value chain has yet to realize its full potential for increased growth especially for the benefit of smallholder farmers.

November 1, 2014

The Oromia Insurance Company (OIC), in collaboration with USAID and the International Livestock Research Institute, held a ceremony today to mark the first payout of the Index Based Livestock Insurance (IBLI) to 510 policy bearers in Yabello, Borena. IBLI is an insurance product that is designed to protect pastoralists from livestock loss resulting from prolonged drought.



Last updated: November 20, 2015

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