15 films Found
Ethiopia's huge agricultural output has brought about an economic miracle for the nation. But inhabitants are being pushed out of their native land by foreign investors and have no share in the profits.
How does it feel for a child, who already has a family, to be adopted by strangers never to go back home? Here's the harrowing reality behind the practices of some international adoption agencies.
Angelina Jolie may have fuelled a boom in families wanting an Ethiopian child. Yet thanks to opportunistic adoption agents and zero regulations, most African adoptions don't have a Hollywood ending.
In the 80s the West was shocked by images of Ethiopia's starving children and aid poured in from across the world. Now Ethiopia's economy is booming. But once again babies are dying of malnutrition. What went wrong?
Can commercial practices like risk management prevent famine? The new manager of the World Food Programme thinks so and is turning to business to revolutionise aid.
Last year, Ethiopia was being touted as Africa's great hope. But reports of widespread intimidation and human rights abuses led to aid being cut off. We hear from some victims.
Afar, Ethopia, is one of the most desolate, poverty ridden places in the world. But to Australian nurse, Valerie Browning, it is home. We follow her work.
Only a few months ago, Ethiopia was being touted as Africa's great hope. So why was its first elections marred by political assassinations, widespread fraud and intimidation?