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Sehin Teferra (PhD), is the founder of the Setaweet, meaning 'Of woman', movement. She obtained a PhD in gender studies from the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) of the University of London in 2016. “I think I am a born feminist” says Sehin. The Setaweet movement began as a study group and was conceived in the lobby of a hotel in 2013. At first it was common to hear comments such as, “I thought I was the only one who had a feminist thought.” From then on, Setaweet has become a binding force that unites us. “We call ourselves “unapologetic feminists,” even though the concept of feminism is not only alien but also a taboo in our culture. But starting from Setaweet’s inception we took seriously our label as feminists, and have been trying to nurture a feminist movement.” said Sehin who is also a devoted mother of two.
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In celebration of Women’s History Month, photo archivist Eden Orelove from the museum's Eliot Elisofon Photographic Archives (EEPA) has published a finding aid(http://s.si.edu/2mpjWk6) for the Betty LaDuke Collection (EEPA 2007-003). Comprised of over three thousand color photographs and negatives, 24 art prints, posters, a copy of a sketchbook, biographical materials, exhibition files, publications, and two DVDs, LaDuke's collection provides insight into her travels and work in Ethiopia and Eritrea between 1981-2009. Read our blog post( http://bit.ly/2mMeNOl) to learn about artist, photographer, writer, professor and multicultural women’s arts advocate LaDuke and her collection. #WomensHistoryMonth #Ethiopia #Eritria #photography #photograph

Tseday Asrat(owner and managing director of kaldi's coffee) ☕️ , 40, the second daughter of a middle class family of four Kids went to cathedral catholic school and then Tikur Anbessa for high school. A model-turned-entrepreneur, In 2004,opened the first branch of Kaldis Coffee and found her passion. Today, Kaldis has grown to 32 branches. Tsedey, a mother of four, also established a coffee roasting company with ETB2.6 million, a diary farm with ETB38 million and has now expanded her enterprise to include a chicken farm with ETB3 million. Her most recent project, a 3Million facility called the Kaldi’s Training Centre, will train hospitality professionals. She is also the owner of the beautiful Italian restaurant Gusto, and ventured with four other friends to establish Gursha, a USD1.5 million high end restaurant in the palm jumeirah beach in Dubai which will open this April. Together, her enterprises employ 1,800 people, far more than any of the private insurance companies and even some banks in Ethiopia. The café earned ETB129.5 million in revenues. - Tseday Asrat
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This photo doesn't do justice to this incredibly tasty and innovative Eritrian snack from #lemlem stall, Netil Market off Broadway Market. Soft flour taco, a circle of thin injera bread (brilliant idea), zigni pulled lamb, perfect spicing and chilli. Wow #newbestfavourite #taco #netilmarket #eritria

Good morning #eritria im on ma way 😁😁 naskia uko gava imesema waoe mabibi wawili

Karibu kiti tule Injera#estafrika#eritria #weekendinner

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Sehin Teferra (PhD), is the founder of the Setaweet, meaning 'Of woman', movement. She obtained a PhD in gender studies from the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) of the University of London in 2016. “I think I am a born feminist” says Sehin. The Setaweet movement began as a study group and was conceived in the lobby of a hotel in 2013. At first it was common to hear comments such as, “I thought I was the only one who had a feminist thought.” From then on, Setaweet has become a binding force that unites us. “We call ourselves “unapologetic feminists,” even though the concept of feminism is not only alien but also a taboo in our culture. But starting from Setaweet’s inception we took seriously our label as feminists, and have been trying to nurture a feminist movement.” said Sehin who is also a devoted mother of two.
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Tseday Asrat(owner and managing director of kaldi's coffee) ☕️ , 40, the second daughter of a middle class family of four Kids went to cathedral catholic school and then Tikur Anbessa for high school. A model-turned-entrepreneur, In 2004,opened the first branch of Kaldis Coffee and found her passion. Today, Kaldis has grown to 32 branches. Tsedey, a mother of four, also established a coffee roasting company with ETB2.6 million, a diary farm with ETB38 million and has now expanded her enterprise to include a chicken farm with ETB3 million. Her most recent project, a 3Million facility called the Kaldi’s Training Centre, will train hospitality professionals. She is also the owner of the beautiful Italian restaurant Gusto, and ventured with four other friends to establish Gursha, a USD1.5 million high end restaurant in the palm jumeirah beach in Dubai which will open this April. Together, her enterprises employ 1,800 people, far more than any of the private insurance companies and even some banks in Ethiopia. The café earned ETB129.5 million in revenues. - Tseday Asrat
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Dr. Mulu Muleta was born at home in a village called Abebe, about 60 miles west of Addis Ababa, in 1961. She, along with one other woman, became the first female Ethiopian-trained ob-gyn in the country. She has completed a Masters degree in Public Health at the Institute of Antwerp in Belgium and holds a PhD from Bergen in Norway.
Dr. Mulu has been awarded the Knight medal of the Order of the Légion d’Honneur, the highest decoration in France, for her commitment towards the health of women in impoverished areas of Africa. Dr. Muleta has spent nearly 20
years as a fistula surgeon and currently lives in Ethiopia, where she provides fistula surgeries, surgeon training, and serves as country representative for, Women and Health Alliance International (WAHA). Dr. Muleta, who estimates she has performed more than 10,000 of these procedures, is one of the best in the world at it.- Dr Mulu Muleta Thank you @_selamzy4 for suggesting we do a piece about her!
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#RepostSave #habeshawomen with #repostsaveapp ・・・ Empress Taytu founded Addis Ababa, which remains Ethiopia’s capital city today, in her final decades of reign witnessed a period of modernization. She also provided the Ethiopian Orthodox Christian community in Jerusalem with dignified housing, and financed the construction of the dome of the impressive church Debre Genet. As her husband fell ill, she began to concentrate more and more power in her own hands. Taytu died of heart failure on February 11, 1918.
Just as there was no Menelik II without Taytu Betul, there would have been no Ethiopia without Taytu’s great strength, courage, devotion, and determination. Taytu Betul was truly Ethiopia’s sunshine, and should forever be remembered as one of the greatest empresses of Ethiopia and of Africa as a whole. Taytu lives on in memory, even in Italy, where expressions such as "Who does she think she is? Empress Taytu?" or "She is like Principessa Taytu" are testimonials to her imprint on the popular imagination.-☝🏾💪🏾🙌🏾 Empress Taytu Betul👸🏾👸🏾
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Empress Taytu founded Addis Ababa, which remains Ethiopia’s capital city today, in her final decades of reign witnessed a period of modernization. She also provided the Ethiopian Orthodox Christian community in Jerusalem with dignified housing, and financed the construction of the dome of the impressive church Debre Genet. As her husband fell ill, she began to concentrate more and more power in her own hands. Taytu died of heart failure on February 11, 1918.
Just as there was no Menelik II without Taytu Betul, there would have been no Ethiopia without Taytu’s great strength, courage, devotion, and determination. Taytu Betul was truly Ethiopia’s sunshine, and should forever be remembered as one of the greatest empresses of Ethiopia and of Africa as a whole. Taytu lives on in memory, even in Italy, where expressions such as "Who does she think she is? Empress Taytu?" or "She is like Principessa Taytu" are testimonials to her imprint on the popular imagination.-☝🏾💪🏾🙌🏾 Empress Taytu Betul👸🏾👸🏾
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Empress Taytu Betul, whose name Taytu means Sunshine, was a sunshine for her nation when it was about to fall into the hands of the Italian colonizer. Empress Tayitu had a considerable influence in the political scene even during her husband's reign. At the battle of Adewa in Mekele region, the Italians had strong fortification, and engaged in artillery fighting. Seeing this Empress Tayitu ordered one of her commander to study the Italians water supply situation, The Empress wanted to occupy the water supply and cut off the Italians. The Empress sent her 600 soldiers at night and seized the supply. Because of lack of water, the Italian army was forced to surrender. 👆🏾Tell us your story and be an inspiration to other habesha 🇪🇹 🇪🇷 women all over the 🌎! @habeshawomen It's time the world hears our story!! Tag your hero friends!!✊🏾And also check out our Facebook page @habeshawomen tweet us @habeshawomen And join our channel o telegram @HabeshaWomen! #feminist #habeshawomen #inspirational #women #africa #africawomen #blackwomen #Ethiopia #Eritria #girlpower #beautiful #afro #girls #girlpower #instagood #inspirationalquotes #inspire #inspiration #love #ethiopian #eritrean #inspirewomen #rolemodel #goals #ironlady #nolimits

" I was born in Addis Ababa, I first left Ethiopia with my family at the age of four to live in New York city, accompanying my father, Zaude Gabre-Madhin, who was a senior United Nations official, prior to which he served in the Imperial government. Upon returning a few years later, my family then left Ethiopia again, escaping the chaos of the new Dergue regime, this time to Rwanda and later Togo, Malawi, and Kenya. I thus grew up in six different countries, going to school in French as well as English, and learning Swahili along the way. Throughout this time, my parents, to whom I owe everything, instilled in me and my sisters the deepest love and pride for our country Ethiopia. As I grew up in different cultures, grappling to understand my adolescent identity, I drew on the stories my parents told me of my heritage and of those who came before me." Dr. Eleni Zaude Gabre-Madhin 👩🏾‍🎓👩🏾‍🎓👩🏾‍🎓
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Empress Taytu Betul was born in Wollo from a Christian and Muslim family. She had a comprehensive education and was fluent in Ge’ez, the classical Ethiopian language; which was a rare achievement for a woman at the time, as education was mostly reserved for boys.
Taytu Betul was married to Emperor Menelik II in 1883. According to royal historians, she was co-equal with Menelik, who always consulted her prior to making important decisions. She was the one who pushed him to declare war against Italy at the Battle of Adwa—tearing up the 1889 Treaty of Wuchale between the Ethiopian Empire and Italy.
Empress Taytu, as a military strategist, facilitated the downfall of Italy at the Battle of Adwa. She had her own battalion, which she bravely commanded in the battlefield, fighting in the frontline and motivating men against retreat. She also mobilized women, both as fighters and nurses of wounded soldiers. 👆🏾Tell us your story and be an inspiration to other habesha 🇪🇹 🇪🇷 women all over the 🌎! @habeshawomen It's time the world hears our story!! Tag your hero friends!!✊🏾And also check out our Facebook page @habeshawomen tweet us @habeshawomen And join our channel o telegram @HabeshaWomen!
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Let us help our sisters out there who can not stand for themselves!✊🏾Let us help those who need our help to stand strong. 💪🏾We may have been fortunate not to be direct victims of their problems but we, nevertheless, have a moral obligation in solving their problems, for we are now empowered to do so! 👌🏾👌🏾Let is cast a stone 💎 across the water 💦 to create many ripples!!👍🏾👩🏾‍💼
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The pioneering and enterprising creator of the SoleRebels footwear brand believes the future of a truly sustainable specialty coffee market can be found in coffee’s birthplace, Ethiopia. After more than a decade of building SoleRebels into a global footwear and leather goods brand that combines traditional Ethiopian craftsmanship and materials with fresh new designs while also paying top dollar throughout the supply chain, Bethlehem late last year launched an equally ambitious coffee venture called Garden of Coffee.
The company has just opened its first branded roastery café in the Bole area of Addis Ababa, occupying approximately 10,000 square feet that serve as something of an immersive shrine to Ethiopian coffee culture and craft. Bethlehem described the facility as far more than merely a new retail storefront; her company’s goal is to completely redefine the seed-to-cup coffee journey by promoting what she calls “Origin Trade.” Each packaged bag from Garden of Coffee, includes a map showing where the coffee was grown, processing method, coffee varietal, roast level, roast date, the name of the coffee roaster, and, for to-order roasts, the name of the recipient.
In Ethiopia we don’t just grow coffee. We LIVE coffee each and every day. It's embedded in the DNA of our daily life. Coffee personifies Ethiopia and we in turn personify it.-Bethlehem Tilahun Alemu Check out thier website in our bio!
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How is your weekend so far !? This was last weekend...video uploading today on the blog, ---⬇_
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Anna has featured in numerous fashion magazines such as Vogue, Elle, Cosmopolitan, Marie Claire and Amina, and has hosted various events, such as the Soul Train, BBC documentary "African Footsteps" , the KORA All Africa Music Awards and Miss Malaika Beauty Pageant in South Africa.
Anna's hallmark is her passion about children and development. She has done global advocacy work for UNICEF, the United Nations Children's Fund, on African themes. Notably, she has spearheaded the establishment of The EthiopianChildren's Fund. Anna Getaneh👩🏾‍💼 African Mosaique 👌🏾Take 👀 at their website in our bio☝🏾☝🏾
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15 years ago African Mosaique was just a platform to showcase a yearly event of ‘fashion week’ portraying African designers who produce from little known collection of traditional costumes to high-end contemporary designs.
With it Anna was creating opportunities for African fashion designers by helping them showcase in large fashion cities
such as Paris, New York, Atlanta, Detroit and Washington, DC. Through time, Anna felt there was a much needed platform to illustrate what was really being produced in Africa. African Mosaique kept on directing its focuses from mere fashion shows to the development of the African collectives, giving training and mentoring programs for designers and creating opportunities for African designers to learn how best to market their products worldwide. And over the past years, Anna has developed her own collection of timeless pieces illustrating African prints and fabrics from textiles she discovered during her regular travels to the continent.- Anna Getaneh👩🏾‍💼 African Mosaique 👌🏾Take 👀 at their website in our bio☝🏾☝🏾
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