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Saturday, January 30, 2016



(ዘ-ሐበሻ) በሐዋሳ ከተማ ዛሬም እንደአዲስ የመሬት መንቀጥቀጥ ደረሰ:: ባለፈው ሳምንት ለ6 ጊዜያት የደረሰው የመሬት መንቀጥቀጥ በርካቶችን ቤታቸው ገብተው ለማረፍ እንኳ ፍርሃት እንዲደርስባቸው አድርጎ ነበር:: የሐዋሳ ዩኒቨርሲቲ ለተማሪዎች የ እረፍት ጊዜ ሰጥቶ ከየቤተሰባቸው ጋር እንዲያሳልፉ ፈቃድ በሰጠው መሰረት በርካታ ተማሪዎች ወደየ ከተማቸው ያመሩ ሲሆን በዚህም መሠረት ዛሬ ከሐዋሳ ተሳፍረው ወደ አዲስ አበባ ሲጓዙ የነበሩ 5 ወጣት ተማሪዎች ሕይወታቸው በመኪና አደጋ ተቀጥፏል::
ተማሪዎቹን ከሐዋሳ ጭና ስትሄድ የነበረችው መኪና ከአዲስ አበባ ወደ ሃዋሳ ሲጓዝ ከነበረ አይሱዙ መኪና ጋር በመጋጨቷ የ5ቱ ተማሪዎች ሕይወት ማለፉን ፖሊስ የሰጠው መግለጫ ያስረዳል:: የአደጋው መን ስ ኤ ይበልጥ እየተጣራ መሆኑንም ፖሊስ አስታውቋል::

ተሽከርካሪዋ ከአዲስ አበባ ወደ ሀዋሳ ሲጓዝ ከነበረ ኤፍ ኤስ አር አይሱዙ የጭነት መኪና ጋር በመጋጨቷ ነው አደጋው የደረሰው።
ይህ አሰቃቂ ዛሬ ጃንዋሪ 29, 2016 7 ሰዓት ላይ የደረሰው በሞጆ እና በመኪ ከተሞች መካከል ላይ በሚገኘው የአዋሽ ወንዝ ድልድይ ላይ መሆኑም ታውቋል::

ይህ የአዋሽ ድልድይ በጣም ጠባብ ከመሆኑ የተነሳ በተቃራኒ መንገድ 2 መኪኖች በአንድ ላይ ለመጓዝ አስቸጋሪ እና አስፈሪ ነው የሚሉት ለዘ-ሐበሻ አስተያየታቸውን የሰጡ የአካባቢው ነዋሪዎች የክልሉ የትራፊክ ፖሊስ በድልድዩ ላይ በአንድ ጊዜ አንድ መኪና ብቻ እንዲያልፍ የሚያዝ ህግ ማውጣት ነበረበት እንዲሁም መኪኖችም በፍጥነት እንዳይሄዱ  ማስጠንቀቂያዎችን በአካባቢው መለጠፍ ነበረበት ሲሉ ይናገራሉ::

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hawasa 4በሃዋሣ ከተማ ውስጥ በሚገኘው የሃዋሣ ዩኒቨርሲቲ ፍሳሽ ማጠራቀሚያ ገንዳ ውስጥ የገቡ 3 ህፃናት ህይወታቸው አለፈ፡፡ ዕድሜያቸው 8‚ 12‚ እና 14 የሚሆናቸው ህፃናት፤ በሽቦ አጥር በተከለለው የዩኒቨርሲቲው የቆሻሻ ፍሳሽ ማጠራቀሚያ ገንዳ ውስጥ በአጥር ተንጠላጥለው በመግባት ለመዋኘት ሲሞክሩ ህይወታቸው አልፏል፡፡
ወደ ፍሳሽ ማጠራቀሚያው የገቡት አራት ህፃናት ሲሆኑ ከሁለት መንትያ ወንድማማቾች መካከል አንደኛው ወደ ማጠራቀሚያ ውስጥ ሳይገባ በመቅረቱ ህይወቱ የተረፈ ሲሆን፤  የስምንት አመቱ ህፃን መንትያ ወንድሙን ጨምሮ ሁለት ጓደኞቹ በገንዳው ውስጥ ገብተው በመቅረታቸው ሁኔታውን ለሰዎች ነግሮ፣ የህፃናቱ አስከሬን ከገንዳው ውስጥ ሊወጣ ችሏል፡፡
የህፃናቱ የቀብር ስነስርዓት ከትናንት በስቲያ በስላሴ ቤተክርስቲያን የተፈፀመ ሲሆን በህፃናቱ ሞት የአካባቢው ነዋሪዎች በእጅጉ አዝነዋል፡፡ ዩኒቨርሲቲው ለፍሳሽ ማጠራቀሚያ ባዘጋጀው ገንዳ ውስጥ የተጠራቀመውን ፍሳሽ እያጣራ መልሶ ለአገልግሎት እንዲውል በሚያስችል ቴክኖሎጂ እየተጠቀመ መሆኑን የሚናገሩት ምንጮች፤ ማጠራቀሚያው ግን በበቂ ሁኔታ በአጥር ተከልሎና ጥበቃ ተመድቦለት ቁጥጥር ሊደረግበት ይገባ ነበር ብለዋል፡፡
ስለጉዳዩ እንዲነግሩን ለዩኒቨርሲቲው ፕሬዚዳንት ያደረግነው ተደጋጋሚ የስልክ ጥሪ ምላሽ ሳያገኝ ቀርቷል፡፡
በሌላ በኩል ከሰሞኑ ርዕደ መሬት ጋር በተያያዘ አዋሣ ዩኒቨርሲቲ ለ15 ቀናት በመዘጋቱ ምክንያት ወደ ቤተሰቦቻቸው በመኪና ሲጓዙ የነበሩ 5 የዩኒቨርሲቲው ተማሪዎች ትናንት ዝዋይ ላይ በተፈጠረ መኪና አደጋ ህይወታቸው አልፏል፡፡

Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Following the continuous earthquake the city is experiencing since Sunday evening, residents are in fear to stay in their house. To avoid any risks and damages they are spending the night out of their houses. Students in different collages are pushed out to sleep in the fields.
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It has been for the six tine that the city shocked with the earthquake within 24 hours.
However, it is reported that the government is yet behind to announce emergency evacuation and related matters.

Oakland — With the African Union celebrating the African Year of Human Rights at its 26th summit, at its headquarters in Addis, Ethiopia, the venue raises serious concerns about commitment to human rights.
Ethiopia's so called economic development policies have not only ignored but enabled and exacerbated civil and human rights abuses in the country. Case and point is the ongoing land grabbing affecting several regions of the country. Under the controversial "villagization" program, the Ethiopian government is forcibly relocating over 1.5 million people to make land available to investors for so called economic growth. Since last November, the country's ruling party, EPRDF's, "Master Plan" to expand the capital Addis has been the flashpoint for protests in Oromia which will impact some 2 million people. At least 140 protestors have been killed by security forces while many more have been injured and arrested, including political leaders like Bekele Gerba, Deputy Chairman of the Oromo Federalist Congress, Oromia's largest legally registered political party. Arrested on December 23, 2015, his whereabouts remain unknown.
Political marginalization, arbitrary arrests, beatings, murders, intimidation, and rapes mark the experience of communities around Ethiopia defending their land rights. This violence in the name of delivering economic growth is built on the 2009 Anti-Terrorism Proclamation, which has allowed the Ethiopian government secure complete hegemonic authority by suppressing any form of dissent.
A new report, Ethiopia's Anti-Terrorism Law: A Tool to Stifle Dissent, by the Oakland Institute and the Environmental Defender Law Center, authored by lawyers including representatives from leading international law firms, unravels the 2009 Proclamation. It confirms that the law is designed and used by the Ethiopian Government as a tool of repression to silence its critics. It criminalizes basic human rights, like the freedom of speech and assembly. Its definition of "terrorist act," does not conform with international standards given the law defines terrorism in an extremely broad and vague way, providing the ruling party with an iron fist to punish words and acts that would be legal in a democracy.
The law's staggering breadth and vagueness, makes it impossible for citizens to know or even predict what conduct may violate the law, subjecting them to grave criminal sanctions. This has resulted in a systematic withdrawal of free speech in the country as newspaper journalists and editors, indigenous leaders, land rights activists, bloggers, political opposition members, and students are charged as terrorists. In 2010, journalists and governmental critics were arrested and tortured in the lead-up to the national election. In 2014, six privately owned publications closed after government harassment; at least 22 journalists, bloggers, and publishers were criminally charged; and more than 30 journalists fled the country in fear of being arrested under repressive laws.
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On 21 January 2016, the European Parliament passed an urgent resolution on the situation in Ethiopia – condemning the use of violence by the security forces against Oromo peaceful protesters in particular, and drawing attention to the increased number of human rights violations in Ethiopia more generally. The resolution also highlights the dire situation in the Ogaden region and calls for a credible investigation into atrocities committed in the country. Importantly, as stressed by UNPO at multiple occasions, the resolution calls for greater scrutiny by the EU of its development assistance to Ethiopia, to ensure it is not contributing to further human rights violations.
A recent plan by the Ethiopian Government to expand its capital city, Addis Ababa, into surrounding Oromo lands has caused mass demonstrations among the Oromo community over the past months. Since November 2015, at least 140 peaceful protesters have been killed, and many more imprisoned. Ethiopia, being an important partner to the European Union in terms of ensuring security and stability in the Horn of Africa, and one of the major recipients of European development aid, the EU’s legislative body made a clear statement through its resolution of 21 January, that there has to be an end to the ongoing human rights abuses and brutal suppression of dissenting voices by the Ethiopian government.
The adoption of the resolution came only a week after a protest in front of the European Parliament in Brussels – which brought together more than 100 Oromos, sympathizers and UNPO staff. During the debate that preceded the vote, long-term and newer supporters of the peoples of Ethiopia, including MEPs Ana Gomes (S&D), Jordi Sebastià (Greens/EFA), Isabella Adinolfi (EFDD), Mark Demesmaeker (ECR), Jiří Pospíšil (EPP), Beatriz Becerra Basterrechea (ALDE), Marie-Christine Vergiat (GUE-NGL) and Pier Antonio Panzeri (S&D), raised their concerns over the recent events in Oromia and the overall human rights situation in Ethiopia. The text, supported by seven parliamentary groups and authored by more than 65 MEPs, was adopted in plenary without amendments.
Following an earlier plenary debate on the situation in Ethiopia last May – which fell short of resulting in a resolution, UNPO is delighted to see that European Parliament has not forgotten the plights of the Ethiopian peoples. In this context, UNPO will continue to work closely with its members, partners and MEPs to demand human rights protection and democracy in Ethiopia.
For more information, please see the press release of the Peoples’ Alliance for Freedom and Democracy on the EP resolution.
To watch the video of the plenary debate, please click here.
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– Source:Finfinne Tribune

Monday, January 25, 2016

On 21 January 2016, the European Parliament passed an urgent resolution on the situation in Ethiopia, condemning the use of violence by the security forces against peaceful Oromo protesters, in particular, and drawing attention to the increased number of human rights violations in Ethiopia, more generally. The resolution also highlights the dire situation in the Ogaden region and calls for a credible investigation into atrocities committed in the country. Importantly, as stressed by UNPO at multiple occasions, the resolution calls for greater scrutiny by the EU of its development assistance to Ethiopia, to ensure it is not contributing to further human rights violations.



Global viewበጀርመን ፖስትዳም የምገኘው ሄልም ሆልትዝ የጂኦፎርሽኑንግ ማዕከል የሃዋሳውን የመሬት መንቀጥቀጥ በተመለከተ መረጃ ይፈልጋል።

የመሬት መንቀጥቀጡን በተመለከተ የተለያዩ  መረጃዎች ያሏችው የወራንቻ ቢሎግ ኣንባቢያን ከታች ካለው ከማዕከሉ ድረገጽ ላይ ያለውን ፎርም በመሙላት ይተባበሩ።

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A Very Scary Earthquake reported Hawassa City, Ethiopia at 10:02PM on Jan 24, 2016. No major injuries or death was reported.
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አዲስ አበባ ፣ ጥር 16 2008 (ኤፍ ቢ ሲ) በሬክተር ስኬል መለኪያ 4 ነጥብ 3 ሆኖ የተመዘገበ የመሬት መንቀጥቀጥ በሀዋሳ እና አከባቢው ትናንት ምሽት ተከስቷል።
የመሬት መንቀጥቀጡ በዋናነት ከከተማዋ ደቡብ ምእራብ አቅጣጫ 20 ኪሎ ሜትር ርቀት ላይ የተከሰተ ሲሆን፥ የመንቀጥቀጡ ንዝረት ሀዋሳን ጨምሮ በአከባቢው ባሉ ከተሞች ተሰምቷል።
በአዲስ አበባ ዩኒቨርሲቲ የመሬት መንቀጥቀጥ ሳይንስ ባለሙያው ዶክተር አታላይ ዓየለ ለፋና ብሮድካስቲንግ ኮርፖሬት እንደተናገሩት፥ የመሬት መንቀጥቀጡ ሁለት ጊዜ ነው የተከሰተው።
የመንቀጥቀጡ ንዝረት ስፋት እና ሌሎች ዝርዝር ጉዳዮች እየተጠኑ መሆናቸውን ዶክተር አታላይ ተናግረዋል።
ዛሬ ረፋድ ላይ በአከባቢው ንዝረት እንደነበር የተረዳን ሲሆን፥ ዶክተር አታላይ ትናንት የተከሰተውን የመሬት መንቀጥቀጥ ተከትሎ በተደጋጋሚ ንዝረቶች ሊከሰቱ እንደሚችሉ ነው የጠቆሙት።
ይህም ምንም ዓይነት ጉዳት እንደማያደርስ የአከባቢው ነዋሪ ተረድቶ ምንም እንዳይሸበር አሳስበዋል።
በከተማዋ የመኖሪያ መንደር በሆኑ የኮንዲሚኒየም ቤቶች አከባቢ ከቤት እቃ የማውጣት ሁኔታ የሚስተዋል ሲሆን፥ ህብረተሰቡ ዋናው የመሬት መንቀጥቀጥ ከተከሰተ በኋላ የሚኖር ንዝረት እንዳለ ተገንዝቦ ሊረጋጋ እንደሚገባም ነው ያመለከቱት።
ዛሬ ላይ የነበረው ንዝረት እጅግ ዝቅተኛ በመሆኑን የመለኪያ መሳሪያው ራሱ እንዳልመዘገበው ዶክተር አታላው ገልፀዋል።
የሀዋሳ ከተማ ከንቲባ አቶ ቴድሮስ ገቢባ እንደገለፁልን፥ በትናንቱ የመሬት መንቀጥቀጥ ወቅት በሀዋሳ ዩኒቨርሲቲ በተማሪዎች ዘንድ በተፈጠረው ድንጋጤ ከህንፃ ለመውረድ ሲሞክሩ 100 የሚሆኑ ተማሪዎች ቀላል ጉዳት ደርሶባቸዋል።
ከእነዚህ ተማሪዎች መካከልም 90 የሚሆኑት የመጀመሪያ እርዳታ አግኝተው ወደ ትምህርት ገበታቸው መመለሳቸውንም ነው ከንቲባው ያመለከቱት።
በከተማዋ አንዳንድ ሀንፃዎች በመንቀጥቀጡ መሰንጠቅ እንደተስተዋለባቸውም ነው የገለፁት።
የሀዋሳ ከተማ እና አከባቢዋ በስምጥ ሸለቆ ውስጥ የሚገኙ በመሆናቸው ከዚህ በፊት መሰል የመሬት መንቀጥቀጥ በአከባቢው ተከስቶ ያውቃል።
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Thursday, January 21, 2016

Ethiopia Sidama region of the traveling photographer Ron Hallam, the children deprived of educational opportunity to explore an initiative which has helped to return to school.
Ethiopia Sidama region is one of the world's poorest places. Most of the people earning less than $ 2 per month and rely on agricultural products in order to maintain their livelihood. Seasonal products and the sales they have grown from a small amount of flour, salt, in order of importance, are buying things like sugar.
 Although free education in Ethiopia, items needed for families of children go to school, even if they are forced to go small necessities such as books. Although education is inaccessible for thousands of families.
 In sub-Saharan Africa region, and the number of children who can not receive education outside of school found 30 million in the last 5 years. The number of children deprived of education in rural areas is more than twice those in urban areas.
In 2011, he could only finish primary school children and 41%. However, the proportion of highly educated adults are still very high ... natural disasters, such as periodic riots and violence is flooding the Regional extreme poverty coupled with very heavy results. This means there is a lot of work going on in the region and still do despite all difficulties in a country like Ethiopia are also working to reverse this situation. Believing the freedom and happiness can come only through education initiatives in several cases at hand this problem.
The initiative also called Speed ​​School, only three years of training in a period of 10 months makes up for lost time by compressing the children. Before taking any training opportunities are not provided, books, pens and so on. by exposure to an accelerated training with training tool is provided for returning to school is brought to the level of their peers.
Only 25 students per class is then divided into group training and classes in the coefficients of five. Children's songs spread around the room, they quickly learn the curriculum through games and group activities. Retention and comprehension-oriented action is being taken literally with training of the senses. Applied learning techniques are prepared in three languages: Amharic, the local bishop, Ethiopia's national language and English.
Children receiving their education, mothers meet every two weeks, under a tree outside Collecting and health issues, discussing everything from the business plan.
Amarech store employees in their business to the nearest village to the village to do the shopping mall was walking up to 15 minutes before starting. Amarech as women to start their own businesses and their families and about 10-15 pounds to provide a relatively rapid growth of the community needs to be able to support only a very small seed fund.





Ethiopia: Day 04 Aleta chukophotograph: Rosie Hallam


ምንጭ ከhttp://www.rotka.org ተወሰዶ በጎግል ተተርጉሞ የቀረበ 
ኦርጅናል ጽሑፉን 

Etiyopya’da Özgürleştirici Bir Eğitim Mücadelesi

ለማንበብ እዚህ ይጫኑ 
ከጽሑፉ ጋር የቀረቡ ፎቶዎች በሙሉ ከhttp://www.rotka.org  የተገኙ ናቸው
File:Fichchee- The New Year of Sidama- The Sidama people celebrate the festival en mass in their sacred place called Gudumale which is located on the beautiful city of Hawassa- 2013-12-18 17-37.jpgAbstract 
The major goal of this study was to assess the role of indigenous institutions in handling/ settling conflicts in the Sidama Society. Sidama Communities are found in Sidama Zone, Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Regional State (SNNPRS). The research was conducted in Dalle woreda, Sidama Zone and it was purposively selected. Qualitative research methodology was employed in the study for its appropriateness to assess the role of indigenous institutions in handling/ settling conflicts in the study area and data was collected through the use of interview, key informant interview, focus group discussion, personal observation and document review. The results obtained from the study suggest that Conflicts in Sidama, as in anywhere else, may vary from trivial interpersonal disagreements to a serious dispute which might eventually lead to homicide. The most common conflict issues in Sidama are grazing land, water, farmland and borderland. There are many deeds and accounts in the daily activities of the society which are considered to be crimes with regard to the norms and traditions of the Sidama community. However, the most serious ones are: beating a man with a slump and/or thin stick, Beating elderly, raping, murder, Physical damage, Adultery. Sidama indigenous institutions have played a great role to solve different local conflicts and for the development of modern institutions. The modern institutions (Courts) have and took a strong base from the indigenous institutions in resolving conflict and preserving peace and security. Besides to modern institution, the indigenous institutions have played a great role for the emergence of cooperative unions. To sum up, indigenous/traditional/ institutions are costly and time effective in addition to many other benefits provide for the society when we compare with modern institutions. Therefore, at this time government courts encourages indigenous/traditional/ institutions to promote peace and to solve conflicts at the grass root level or at the local level. 

Keywords Indigenous Institutions, Conflict Resolution, Sidama, Dalle Woreda and Southern Ethiopia
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Sunday, January 3, 2016

የሲዳማ ህዝብ በሀዋሳ አከባቢ፡ በኦሮሞ ተማሪዎችና ሕዝቦች ላይ እየደረሰ ያለዉ ግድያ፡ እንግልትና የመብት ረገጣ በተመለከተ ከሲዳማ አርነት ንቅናቄ(ሲአን/መድረክ) የተሰጠ ወቅታዊ መግለጫ 

መግለጭውን ለማንበብ ከትች ያለሁን ሊንክ ይጫኑ
http://sidamaliberationmovement.org/SLM_Press_Release_10