Ethiopia Insight is creating the current affairs platform Ethiopia needs
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Ethiopia Insight is impartial and strives for maximum objectivity. We report with reliability on government, politics, business and aid in Ethiopia.

Our focus is producing under-reported news and incisive analysis about one of Africa's largest and most important countries. We have diverse fact-checked opinion pieces that are analytical, biting, and constructive. Over time, we want the website to become a portal for Ethiopians to discuss African and global affairs.

Ethiopia Insight is run by former Ethiopia Bloomberg correspondent William Davison, a British citizen with a decade’s experience in Ethiopian journalism.

Despite being Africa's second-most populous country, Ethiopia suffers an acute lack of independent reporting with a weak private media in Addis Ababa and almost none elsewhere in a country of more than 100 million people.

There is a pressing need for improved coverage, particularly as a new leadership promises rapid democratization of this fascinating and strategically critical African nation.

Currently, Ethiopia Insight is entirely volunteer-run. We are seeking donations to initially fund journalists Ermias Tasfaye and Solomon Yimer in Addis Ababa and then across Ethiopia's nine regions to kick-start our media enterprise.

If most regular readers donate just $10 a month, we will be able to significantly expand and improve our coverage.

So, if you like what we have done so far, please support our efforts to produce more lively, non-partisan, hard-hitting Ethiopian journalism.

እናመሰግናለን።

Thank you!

Will
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Gelada Editorial Group
$10 or more per month

You will be consulted every month for your reviews of Ethiopia Insight's output and advice on future coverage.


This will give you an opportunity to shape our coverage and let us know where we can improve.


We believe that the more interaction we have with our readers, the better our journalism will be.

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Sponsor Ethiopia Insight reporter Solomon Yimer
Your contribution will help pay for:
1. Internet and telephone expenses
2. Travel costs
3. Salaries
4. Equipment

Solomon is a former reporter for Addis Fortune who is looking to build a career in Ethiopian and international journalism. His focus is on Ethiopia's political reform agenda.

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ሰላም ናችሁ?

Ethiopia Insight is impartial and strives for maximum objectivity. We report with reliability on government, politics, business and aid in Ethiopia.

Our focus is producing under-reported news and incisive analysis about one of Africa's largest and most important countries. We have diverse fact-checked opinion pieces that are analytical, biting, and constructive. Over time, we want the website to become a portal for Ethiopians to discuss African and global affairs.

Ethiopia Insight is run by former Ethiopia Bloomberg correspondent William Davison, a British citizen with a decade’s experience in Ethiopian journalism.

Despite being Africa's second-most populous country, Ethiopia suffers an acute lack of independent reporting with a weak private media in Addis Ababa and almost none elsewhere in a country of more than 100 million people.

There is a pressing need for improved coverage, particularly as a new leadership promises rapid democratization of this fascinating and strategically critical African nation.

Currently, Ethiopia Insight is entirely volunteer-run. We are seeking donations to initially fund journalists Ermias Tasfaye and Solomon Yimer in Addis Ababa and then across Ethiopia's nine regions to kick-start our media enterprise.

If most regular readers donate just $10 a month, we will be able to significantly expand and improve our coverage.

So, if you like what we have done so far, please support our efforts to produce more lively, non-partisan, hard-hitting Ethiopian journalism.

እናመሰግናለን።

Thank you!

Will

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Gelada Editorial Group
$10 or more per month

You will be consulted every month for your reviews of Ethiopia Insight's output and advice on future coverage.


This will give you an opportunity to shape our coverage and let us know where we can improve.


We believe that the more interaction we have with our readers, the better our journalism will be.