‘‘Adaptation to climate change is a continuous learning and experience sharing process, we should learn from the best practices to adapt to climate change and continuously evaluate our preparedness. The historical data indicates, the Upper Blue Nile Basin is one of the most vulnerable basins and due to high exposure & climate sensitive economic activities, it’s characterized by high climate vulnerability.’’ Click here to see the Pictures.

The erstwhile Deputy Prime Minister of Ethiopia and Patron of Ethiopian Space Science Society (ESSS), Mr Tefera Waluwa, says the status of Ethiopia in the field of space science might be at the nascent stage, but, progress in this arena is gathering momentum. Click here to see the Pictures.

‘‘Today, the world is facing most crucial problem of sustainable food security because it’s fast reaching 13 billion population marks, and seems to be running out of land. The dietary shift further has compounded the issue and it would need 60% more food by 2050,’’ said Dr Rogier Schulte, Leader for Translational Research on Sustainable Food Production from The Irish Agriculture and Food Development Authority (Teagasc).

Arba Minch University’s Technology Transfer Coordination Office has organized a daylong ‘Evaluation of innovational research proposals,’ at Lecture Theatre, Main Campus on December 4, 2014.The program began with Community Service Directorate’s Director, Dr Alemayehu Taye, apprising the gathering with the real aspects of multi-dimensional research in academic field.

Continuing its pursuit to become one of the best universities in Ethiopia, Arba Minch University’s Sports Academy (AMUSA) has installed two new fully-equipped Gymnasiums at the Main and Nechsar Campuses on Dec 6, 2014.Click here to see the pictures.