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    New vacancy

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    Federal Agricultural Growth Program

    Junior Accountant

    Job Location: A.A

    Category: Accounting & Finance, Banking and Finance

    Salary: Br2008 Per Month

    Requirement: BA/BSC in Accounting and finance

    Experience: 0 

    Deadline: 11.11.2016

    For more: https://mjobs.net/display-job/533194/Junior-Accountant.html?searchId=1476433382.904&page=3

    Various Positions: VSFGermany

    Posted by: Vétérinaires Sans Frontères - Germany(VSF Germany)

    Location: Various Locations 

    Category/Specialization: Accounting-Finance, Health Care, Science-Agro

    Posted: 10.11.2016

    Closing Date: 10.21.2016

    For more: http://www.employethiopia.com/display-job/12411/Various-Positions@VSFGermany.html

    Multiple Banking Jobs: OIB 

    Posted by: Oromia International Bank S.C

    Location: Various Locations 

    Category/Specialization: Accounting-Finance, Economics-Development, Management

    Posted: 10.10.2016

    Closing Date: 10.20.2016

    For more: http://www.employethiopia.com/display-job/12403/Multiple-Banking-Jobs@OIB.html

    Federal Ministry of Health

    Grade I: Grant Financial Officers (10)

    Posted by: Federal Ministry of Health

    Location: Addis Ababa 

    Category/Specialization: Accounting-Finance

    Posted: 10.10.2016

    Closing Date: 10.21.2016

    For more: http://www.employethiopia.com/display-job/12399/Grade-I--Grant-Financial-Officers-(10).html

    Multiple Banking Jobs: BIB 

    Posted by: Berhan International Bank S.C

    Location: Various Locations 

    Category/Specialization: Accounting-Finance, Economics-Development, Management

    Posted: 10.10.2016

    Closing Date: 10.19.2016

    For more: http://www.employethiopia.com/display-job/12387/Multiple-Banking-Jobs@BIB.html

    Government Communication Affairs Office

    Midya Exp 

    Job Location: AA

    Category: Journalism and communication, Linguistics and Literature, Linguistics and Literature, Linguistics and Literature, Political science and international relation/PSRI

    Experience: 0 

    Salary: Br2249 Per Month

    Employment Type: Full time

    Deadline: 10.17.2016

    For more: https://mjobs.net/display-job/533423/Midya-Exp.html?searchId=1476433398.9765&page=1

    Government Communication Affairs Office

    Reporter 

    Job Location: AA

    Category: Journalism and communication, Linguistics and Literature, Linguistics and Literature, Linguistics and Literature, Political science and

    international relation/PSRI

    Salary: Br3348 Per Month

    Employment Type: Full time

    Deadline: 10.17.2016

    For more: https://mjobs.net/display-job/533421/Reporter.html?searchId=1476433497.6674&page=1

     

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  • United States Notes On Ethiopia's Declared State of Emergency

     

    United States Notes On Ethiopia's Declared State of Emergency

    This is Press Statement By John Kirby - Assistant Secretary and Department Spokesperson, Bureau of Public Affairs

    The United States takes note of the Government of Ethiopia’s October 8 declaration of a State of Emergency in response to recent protests and violence in the Oromia and Amhara regions.  We are troubled by the potential impact of the decision to authorize detention without a warrant and to further limit freedom of expression, including by blocking Internet access, prohibiting public gatherings, and imposing curfews.  This declaration, if implemented in these ways, would further enshrine the type of response that has failed to ameliorate the recent political crisis.  

    Political pluralism and respect for fundamental freedoms are essential to addressing the legitimate grievances of protesters and other Ethiopians.  We reiterate our longstanding call for the Government of Ethiopia to respect its citizens’ constitutionally-guaranteed freedoms of expression and association, and to release those detained for peacefully exercising those rights.  Arresting and silencing independent and critical voices is self-defeating and will lead to greater polarization, and makes it harder to find a solution acceptable to all Ethiopians.  

    We strongly encourage everyone to refrain from committing further acts of violence in Ethiopia.  Peaceful dialogue is the path to resolution of Ethiopia’s need for reform.  Too many innocent lives have already been lost and too much destruction has already taken place.

    We welcome President Mulatu’s October 10 address to Parliament committing the government to addressing some of these grievances - such as land rights, electoral reform, and recognition of the special interest of the Oromia region in the city of Addis Ababa.  We encourage the government to act on these commitments decisively and quickly, and urge it to undertake further comprehensive reforms with the goal of opening political space and ensuring respect for fundamental freedoms and the democratic rights enshrined in the Constitution of Ethiopia.  We also note the Prime Minister’s commitment that the state of emergency will not breach human rights protected by the Ethiopian constitution.

    Source: US department of states

     

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  • Command Post established to oversee implementation of state of emergency begins its duty

    Command Post established to oversee implementation of state of emergency begins its duty

     
    Command Post established to oversee implementation of state of emergency begins its duty
     

    Addis Ababa, October 12, 2016  –The Command Post established to oversee the implementation of the state of emergency has begun its duty.

    Secretariat of the Command Post has been nominated as per the state of the emergency.

    Security forces were briefed on the implementation of the emergency rule, said Siraj Fegessa, Secretariat of the Command Post and Minister of Defense.

    The Command Post will mainly control the security situation, gives protection for institutions and infrastructures as well as ensures that human rights are not breached, he said.

    Siraj finally called on the public to collaborate with the Command Post.

    Following the state of emergency declared on October 8, 2016, a command post, led by Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn, was established to oversee implementation of the emergency rule.

    Translated and posted by Amare Asrat

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  • Egypt Confirms It Won’t Involve in Ethiopia’s Affairs

     

    Egypt Confirms It Won’t Involve in Ethiopia’s Affairs

    Egypt’s foreign ministry confirmed on Sunday media reports that Egypt's ambassador to Addis Ababa met with Ethiopia's minister of foreign affairs on Wednesday to answer questions related to the authenticity of a video reportedly showing unidentified Egyptians hailing the separatist Oromo Liberation Front during a recent public gathering of alleged Oromo supporters in Cairo.

    "Egypt does not interfere in any country’s domestic affairs," Egypt’s ambassador to Ethiopia Abu Bakr Hefny told the East African country's state minister for foreign affairs Taye Atske-Selassie, according to a statement issued on Sunday by the Egyptian ministry of foreign affairs.

    Hefny said that the video "does not reflect the reality at all," describing it as an attempt by third parties to sow discord between Egypt and Ethiopia, especially considering that bilateral relations have been improving in recent months, the statement read. More Here

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  • headache types and their treatment

    The most usual types of headaches are 4 and all of them indicate something about our body. If you learn the signals, you will effectively learn to treat the headaches properly.

     


    1. SINUS HEADACHE

    As its name implies, a sinus headache occurs when sinuses become inflamed or blocked. This can cause pain behind the cheeks, nose and eyes that gets worse when your bend forward or when you wake up. Common causes include allergic reaction, a tumor, or an infection. Depending on its underlying cause, symptoms can closely resemble those of a migraine.

    Treatment: consume as many liquids as possible. You possibly will benefit a lot from the use of warm water since it effectively reduces the inflammation and opens the sinuses. Also, you can try to apply cold and hot compresses, reduce the pain by eating a soup, or a fresh ginger, because it has powerful anti-inflammatory and pain-reducing properties.

    2. TENSION HEADACHE

    It’s the most usual headache type that is manifested by a constant pressure or pain around the head, mainly in the back of the head and the neck, or at the temples. It might also cause a radiating pain above or below the eye area. It can last between a few minutes to a few days. Triggers include lack of sleep, missed meals, stressful situations, high emotions and alcohol.

    Treatment: Combine peppermint oil and ginger tea in order to successfully reduce the pain. Add some peppermint oil to the hairline to cause a cooling sensation with the intention to relax the head and neck muscles. Also, ginger tea will relieve the inflammation.

    3. CLUSTER HEADACHE
    This headache may appear over one eye, and it mostly affects women. It is often recurring, and may occur in a cycle or in a group. It appears suddenly and leads to a severe pain on one head side. In this case, you may often experience a nasal congestion, a rainy nose or a watery eye. Its cause cannot be stated, but it occurs as soon as certain nerve pathway is activated in the brain’s base.

    Treatment: Capsaicin cream includes an active ingredient, cayenne pepper. A small amount of it applied to the nostril will cause a blockade of the nerve pain signals.

    4. MIGRAINE

    Migraines usually occur between the age of 25 and 55, but they can also be experienced regardless of the age. This headache type is way more complicated than any other headache, because it includes numerous different neurological symptoms.

    Migraines are manifested by a severe, intense, throbbing pain on only one side of the head. In one-third of the migraine attacks, the pain occurs on the both sides of the head. The pain is combined with other symptoms like vomiting, dizziness, nausea, visual disturbances, extreme sensitivity to light, smell, touch, sound, as well as numbness or tingling in the face. The symptoms radiate from the top of the head descending.

    Treatment: It has been shown that many migraine patients benefit from the use of omega-3 fatty acids,vitamin B12 (riboflavin), andmagnesium. Involve sufficient amounts of them in your diet in order to prevent migraines
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