Archive for the ‘Constructions’ Category
Nairobi — Kenya and Ethiopia on Thursday signed an agreement for the construction of a standard gauge railway line from Lamu in Kenya to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The deal was sealed at State House Nairobi and witnessed by President Mwai Kibaki and Ethiopian Prime Minister Meles Zenawi ahead of the much ...
Ethiopia on Wednesday announced plans to launch a “green growth strategic plan” which claims to be the first of its kind in Africa.
NAIROBI, July 27 (Reuters) - Kenya plans to start building a second port this year and it expects the first ship to call there before the end of 2012, its president said.
Ethiopia’s first ever Wind Power Plant has been constructed in Ashegoda, near Mekelle, the capital of Tigray. This plant with an installed capacity of 120 MW is planned to be functional by 2013 February with the completion of the first phase by June 2011 with a capacity of 30 MW.
The Export-Import Bank of China, China Eximbank, has agreed to facilitate USD 60 million for the belated Meskel Square-Bole Road project in the shelves for the last several years, Fekade Haile, general manager of Addis Ababa City Roads Authority (AACRA), told The Reporter.
ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia 8/17/10 (PennWell) -- Ethiopia's Ministry of Water Resources has awarded a contract for development of a water information system for the Tana and Beles subbasins, site of the 460-MW Beles hydropower project, which is under construction on the Beles River.
July 24, 2010 -- Sunshine Construction Plc received a 4000sq.m. plot it requested a year ago from the Addis Ababa City Administration for a Marriott hotel project, according to news from the Ethiopian Reporter.
Mulu Mekebib, is afraid that she will lose her customers when she moves and with it her livelihood from selling boiled potatoes; Amarech Amelawi, on the other hand, is happy to be gone from the place she occupies now and is confident that she can make a better life for ...
July 19 (Bloomberg) -- The European Investment Bank said it has stopped funding environmental and social impact studies for the Gibe III hydroelectric dam project in Ethiopia.
July 14, 2010 (ADDIS ABABA) — Ethiopia’s Prime Minister, Meles Zenawi, said that Nile basin countries need to seek a "win–win" approach to resolve differences regarding the utilization of the Nile waters resources and if the equitable sharing of the Nile waters is to be brought about.