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What happened to Dagmawit Tsehaye and her family

Dagmawit Tsehaye and her family are still missing. A five-day consultative discussion on early notice and early response frameworks began today in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia’s capital. Ethiopia’s National Disaster Risk Management Commission, in collaboration with the UN Office for Disaster Risk Reduction-Regional Office for Africa (UNDRR AF) and the CIMA Research Foundation, organized the conversation. The gathering, which aims to strengthen disaster risk management, brought together analysts, delegates from territorial governments, and the Addis Ababa city organization, as well as chiefs of several institutions.
It was noted that the conversation will help Ethiopia become more flexible in the face of setbacks. The discussion will include introductions to numerous exploratory articles over the course of its five-day stay. The House of People’s Representatives (HPR) praised the Addis Ababa city organization’s efforts to better the lives of the city’s residents. Engineer Takele Uma, the city’s appointed mayor, and his team met with members of the HPR, led by Speaker of the House Tagesse Chafo, today. “The reforms accepted since the city organization entered office have borne empowering results,” members of the House noted during the discussion. They stated that the organization’s ongoing efforts to better the lives of its citizens might serve as a model for another territorial state.

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