Addisababa Ethiopia Events
Counting the unique calendar of the East African country, it is the only one in the world to coincide with the same day of the year, and the second to last day in August, September or October.
The Ethiopian New Year (Enkutatash) marks the end of the three-month rainy season, when the bright autumn days return from the highland nations to the wide world. Ethiopia Epiphany is a holiday that has the largest number of participants, which falls on January 19 each year. The Ethiopian Orthodox Church has recreated the Ark and Covenant, and most of its ceremonies take place on the church grounds, but there are bike races somewhere in Addis Ababa that draw enthusiastic crowds and a festive atmosphere, with people sitting in bars and cafes drinking beer under the sun. This is the only time that the Ethiopian Byzantine Church (which must have a sanctuary) leaves its sanctuary and finds an outdoor resting place, preferably by the water.
The city's weekend bars are full of passionate Ethiopians who follow the English Premier League, banging their heads in horror and cheering every goal. Regardless of age, Ethiopians seem to relish the opportunity to take to the dance floor and turn any place into a dance floor.
Chinese expats who join their Ethiopian counterparts at joint cultural events to honor them also express their distinctive feelings. Chinese and Ethiopian colleagues enjoy the festive atmosphere while participating in joint celebrations, exchanging gifts and learning each other's languages.
It seems that the situation with the Internet in Ethiopia could go a bit backwards or forward. This is because the tech event's Wi-Fi didn't work properly for two days, as Liquid Telecom CTO Ben Roberts, who flew in from Nairobi, readily pointed out during the Q & A conference. The conference was virtual and deprived Ethiopia of the opportunity to strengthen its research environment.
On the political side, the most effective thing that the government of Ethiopia can do to create a favorable environment for startups is to provide open access to the Internet and improve market penetration, choice, cost, and reliability. IoT (Internet of Things) is driving the tech startups of tomorrow in Africa and around the world, as discussed in the Ethiopian startup. Ethiopia's diaspora is particularly strong and successful in the United States, but it can be a spirit - an incredibly diverse country with linguists in more than 80 dialects. The use of Amharic, which is most applicable in Addis Ababa, was mentioned in a panel discussion involving representatives of the Ethiopian Academy of Sciences, the Ethiopian University of Science and Technology (EUST) and the Ethiopian Institute of Technology.
Addis Ababa is just one of many places in Ethiopia that retain a strong sense of cultural identity and diversity. Ethiopia is in the process of embedding itself in the world of technology, where the influence of the Ethiopian Academy of Sciences and Technologies (EUST) and the Ethiopian Institute of Technology can be seen in many areas.
The northern part of the city, which is surrounded by the Ethiopian Academy of Sciences and Technologies (EUST) and the Ethiopian Institute of Technology, is home to a number of universities and research institutes as well as a large number of companies.
There are thousands of local restaurants serving traditional Ethiopian cuisine, but if you end up feeling the need for familiar food, there are plenty of Western-style restaurants, especially for the large expat community that works for international organizations. Ethiopia's development and how far they want to go is to offer a great panoramic view of Addis, this is a good place to do it to say the least. There is no shortage of well-prepared food and everything that seems to be available is relatively safe, so the real locals choose what is best for them.
Other restaurants frequently recommended by the residents of Addis Ababa include Belgium - Le Grand Reve, a popular restaurant in the city centre. Further from the city centre, bebe, which specialises in kitfo, the spicy mince dish often praised by Ethiopian supermodels for its nutritional power.
Gebeya is based in Addis Ababa and has offices worldwide, providing programs and services for venture capital and technology professionals to acquire developer skills. Founder Eleni Gabre Madhin has extensive experience abroad and played a central role in hosting the first Startup Ethiopia event. As the UN representative in Ethiopia, she reminded the participants that the heads of UN agencies are meeting to find common positions on global drug policies, to advance security, development and human rights. The event in Ethiopia is designed to make it easier for researchers to forget visas from Western countries where meetings are frequent, such as the United States.
At the end of the workshop, the Ethiopian Drug Administration (EFDA) will lead a workshop on drug policy and the creation of a framework for the development and implementation of new drug policies in the country.