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Thursday, February 5, 2015

የደቡብ ክልል የፓርቲዎች የጋራ መድረክ ኢራፓን በአባልነት ተቀበለ
በመጪው ምርጫ በደቡብ ክልል የሚወዳደሩ የፖለቲካ ፓርቲዎች የጋራ መድረክ የኢትዮጵያ ራዕይ ፓርቲ /ኢራፓ/ን የጋራ ምክር ቤቱ ስድስተኛ አባል አድርጎ ተቀበለ፡፡
የጋራ መድረኩ ዛሬ ባካሄደው አምስተኛ መደበኛ ጉባኤ በክልሉ የሚወዳደሩ ክልላዊ ፓርቲዎች በመሰረቱት የጋራ መድረክ ላይ እንዲሳተፍ በክልሉ ምርጫ ማስተባበሪያ ጽህፈት ቤት በኩል ቀደም ሲል ጥሪ ተደርጎለት ያልተገኘውንና ዛሬ የአባልነት ጥያቄ ያቀረበውን የኢራፓ ጉዳይና ሌሎች ሶስት አጀንዳዎች ላይ ተወያይቷል፡፡
የኢትዮጵያውያን ራዕይ ፓርቲ /ኢራፓ/ ተወካይ አቶ ሺበሺ መኮንን በግል ጉዳይ ምክንያት እስካሁን በመድረኩ ምስረታና ስብሰባ ላይ ሳይገኙ በመቆየታቸው ይቅርታ ጠይቀው የጋራ መድረኩ አባል ለመሆን ጥያቄ አቅርበዋል፡፡
የጋራ መድረኩ በቀረበው ጥያቄ ላይ በመወያየት ኢራፓ አመራሮች በማይኖሩበት ወቅት ተወካይ በመላክ በመድረኩ ምስረታና ስብሰባ ላይ መካፈል ሲችል ይህን አለማድረጉ ተገቢ አለመሆኑ ተገልጾለት ለወደፊቱ አመራሩ በማይገኝበት ወቅት በውክልና ሌላ ሰው ተካፋይ እንዲሆን ማድረግ አንዳለበት ተገልጾለት የጋራ መድረኩ አባል እንዲሆን ያቀረበው ጥያቄ በሙሉ ድምጽ ተቀባይነት አግኝቷል፡፡
ሲአን/መድረክ በሲዳማ ዞን በቡርሳና በቦርቻ ምርጫ ክልል በአባላትና ደጋፊዎቼ ላይ ጥር 22 ቀን 2007 ስብሰባ ላይ በፖሊስ ድብደባና ወከባ ደርሶባቸዋል በማለት ጉዳዩን የጋራ መድረኩ አጣርቶ የእርምት አርምጃ አንዲወስድ ባቀረበው አቤቱታ ላይም መድረኩ ውይይት አድርጓል፡፡
የሲአን/መድረክ ተወካይ በቡርሳና ቦርቻ በድርጅቱ አባላትና በደጋፊዎች ላይ ደረሰ ያለውን ድብደባና ወከባ ለጋራ መድረኩ ከማቅረቡ በፊት ችግሩ የተፈጸመው በዞን ስለሆነ በመጀመሪያ ደረጃ ባለው የጋራ ምክር ቤት በማቅረብ ጉዳዩ እንዲታይ ማድረግ እንዳለበትና በዛ በኩል ችግሩ ካልተፈታ በጽሁፍ ማመልከቻ ማቅረብ እንዳለበት ተገልጾለታል፡፡
ሲአን/መድረክ በአባላትና ደጋፊዎቼ ደረሰብኝ ያለውን አቤቱታ ሲያቀርብ ገዥው ፓርቲ ታንክና ባንክ በእጁ ስላለ ያስፈራራል በማለት የተናገረው ከጋራ ምክር ቤቱ ስነስርዓትና ደንብ ውጪ በመሆኑ ሊታረም እንደሚገባ ከደኢህዴን ፣ከኢዴፓና አትፓ ፓርቲ የቀረበውን ሀሳብ ጉባኤው ተቀበሎ ሲአን/መድረክ ለወደፊቱ ከመሰል ስህተት እንዲታረም ማሳሰቢያ ተሰጥቶታል፡፡
ፓርቲዎቹ በበጀት አጥረት ተንቀሳቅሰው ዕጩዎቻቸውን ለማስመዝገብ እንደተቸገሩ ጠቁመው ምርጫ ቦርድ የዕጩዎች ምዝገባ ጊዜውን እንዲያራዝምና ለፖለቲካ ፓርቲዎች የተመደበውን በጀት በፍጥነት እንዲለቅ ጥሪ አቅርበዋል፡፡
የክልሉ ምርጫ ማስተባበሪያ ጽህፈት ቤት ኃላፊ አቶ አብርሀም ጌዴቦ ምርጫ ቦርድ በሀገር አቀፍ ደረጃ ካሉ ፓርቲዎች ጋር በመወያየት በዕጩዎች የምዝገባ ቀን ማራዘምና በበጀቱ መለቀቅ ላይ በሁለት ቀናት ውስጥ ውሳኔ እንደሚሰጥ መግለጹን ተናግረዋል፡፡
የጋራ ምክር ቤቱ አባል ፓርቲዎች ደጋፊዎቻቸውና አባሎቻቸው በመራጭነት እንዲመዘገቡ ከማድረግ አንጻር ትኩረት ሰጥተው መንቀሳቀስ እንዳለባቸው የጋራ ምክር ቤቱ አሳስቧል፡፡
የጋራ ምክር ቤቱ ከአስራ አምስት ቀናት በኋላ ለሚያደርገው መደበኛ ስብሰባ ኢዴፓን በሰብሳቢነት በመምረጥ ስብሰባውን አጠናቋል፡፡
- See more at: http://www.ena.gov.et/index.php/politics/item/1633-2015-02-04-01-23-56#sthash.lGzPp07N.dpuf
George Midenyo joins Ethiopia Premier League leaders Sidama BunnaProlific Kenyan striker George Midenyo also refered to as Tompo by his friends and peers has joined Ethiopian premier league side Sidama Bunna who are currently riding high in the league seating safely on top with 27 points as the first round of matches ended.
Midenyo who last played for City Stars in the Kenyan premier league was elated with the move promising to deliver the much needed goals for his new team “I am happy to be at Sidama Bunna and its a matter of hardwork to take on this new challenge in my football career.Ethiopia’s football is very competitive and interesting as the fans also love their team”Midenyo told Soka25east.com
“Its a new experience and i am ready to embrace it that is what footballers must undertake when give a job to do”he added
The  Kenyan international has played in several team including:
Mathare United 2001
Tusker 2005-2007
Raufoss (Sweden) 2007
Mjolby(Sweden)  2007
Husqvarna 2008
Mjolby 2010
Tusker 2011
Gor Mahia 2012
City Stars 2014
Sidama Bunna 2015
Picture of laborers picking coffee cherries in Choche, Ethiopia
Ethiopian coffee farmer Awol Abagojam and his son Isaac harvest their product near the village of Choche, much the same way their ancestors did a thousand years ago.


Shady coffee plantations in Ethiopia, where coffee has been grown for at least a thousand years, hold more bird species than any other coffee farms in the world, new research shows.


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The research suggests that traditional cultivation practices there support better bird biodiversity than any other coffee farms in the world.
In Ethiopia, coffee is traditionally grown on plantations shaded by native trees. These farms boasted more than 2.5 times as many bird species as adjacent mountain forest, according to a study slated for publication February 11 in the journal Biological Conservation.
"That was a surprise," says study co-author Cagan H. Sekercioglu, a biologist at the University of Utah and a National Geographic Society grantee. Further, "all 19 understory bird species we sampled in the forest were present in the coffee farms too, and that just doesn't happen elsewhere."
Other studies have shown that shade coffee farms provide better bird habitat than full-sun plantations, but the effect may be more prominent in Ethiopia because farmers there tend to use native trees instead of the exotic species popular elsewhere.
Picture of coffee cherries
Coffee cherries, the fruit that contains the coffee beans, are seen up close on the plant in Ethiopia.
PHOTOGRAPH BY AMI VITALE, PANOS
Why It Matters
The new study may be the first of bird biodiversity on Ethiopian coffee farms, because the country is relatively remote and poor. Ethiopian coffee farmers face pressure—as in many countries—to convert more coffee production to full-sun plantations.
Growing coffee in the sun can reduce the risk of fungal disease, cuts labor, and can yield more coffee beans, but at the costs of lower-quality coffee that fetches less per pound and degraded habitat for wildlife, says Sekercioglu.
The Big Picture
Scientists found all but one of nine species of migratory birds on the coffee farms, but not in adjacent forest. Sekercioglu suspects that the open structure of the farms was more inviting to the birds than the denser natural forest because it more closely resembles the habitat they are used to in the north.
Still, Sekercioglu cautions that "coffee farms cannot simply replace forest for habitat." Although all local bird species were found represented on the farms, their number of individuals was about 80 percent lower. (See how coffee changed America.)
Picture of a blue-breasted bee-eater
Birds such as the blue-breasted bee-eater can be found on Ethiopia's shade coffee farms.
PHOTOGRAPH BY CAGAN SEKERCIOGLU, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC CREATIVE
What's Next
The team would like to measure how birds in the canopy above the coffee farms are faring, since they only measured birds caught in the understory, or the first ten feet above the ground.
Sekercioglu also suggests that the Smithsonian Migratory Bird Centeror the Rainforest Alliance, which certify bird-friendly coffee from other countries, should consider extending their programs to Ethiopia. Certification allows farmers to recoup a price premium, which can help deter the impulse to convert farms to full sun or otherwise develop their land.