“An uneducated person means a blind person,” says Hussein Kadir who, with his wife, is working hard to make sure their children have a chance to go to school.
Plastic shoes—slip-ons or sandals--play a central role in the lives of Ethiopia's herders. And for one traveler, they might be just what's needed for the journey ahead.
If you doubt that climate change is a reality, get out of your comfort zone and check in with some of the folks around the world who are struggling with its consequences.
In many parts of Ethiopia, dealing with climate change is now no longer a question of priorities. It’s a necessity.
Accompanying a film crew on a not-so-glamorous shoot, we're hoping to document the fact that it's the world's poorest people--like the Borena--who are hit hardest by drought and other effects of climate change.
Impressions from a first day in the field in the Horn of Africa.
As I leave for a 10-day journey along the uneven roads of southern Ethiopia, I'm about to go beyond anything I've ever done before. And that's both scary and exciting.
No matter where you are, earning a living isn't always easy.
Agriculture is a risky way to make a living, but for a group of Ethiopian farmers, a new collaboration could improve the odds of success.