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The record was starting late held by India for planting more than 50 million trees in a lone day in 2016. 

 

These 353 million saplings are a touch of an undeniably expansive 4 billion tree-planting development right by and by in progress in Ethiopia. Over 2.9 billion trees beginning at now have been planted since the activity started this past May. It is a touch of the nation's offered to battle against lost woods assets and mitigates environmental change and adds to Ethiopia's green economy system. 

 

"A reforested Ethiopia is a basic helping measure regardless of characteristic change; a clearly key driver of transportability in this area. It, fittingly, gives us awe-inspiring joy to partake in this reforestation development – IOM is glad to be a touch of the experience towards a greener Ethiopia," said Maureen Achieng, IOM Ethiopia's Chief of Mission and Representative to the AU, ECA, and IGAD. 

 

IOM respected the welcome to share, with volunteers understanding the errand of planting saplings. To guarantee the reasonableness of the activity, the nation over the checking of seedlings has been insisted by the Ethiopian Minister of Agriculture. 

 

PM Abiy's drive interfaces by and by with key normal focus as spread out in the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM). 

 

Green Legacy also interfaces with IOM's Migration, Environment, and Climate Change (MECC) programming, as biological change is known to be one of the key driving parts of obliged development in Ethiopia – where individuals are compelled to move as their old spot of home breezes up unwelcoming considering the changing air and condition. In coordinating ecological advancement, IOM drives the minimization of obliged and unmanaged relocation at any rate much as could be ordinary.

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The Oromo Peoples Democratic Organization (OPDO) leader, Abiy Ahmed will be named the next Prime Minister of Ethiopia, according to a former United States ambassador. Herman Cohen, a former Assistant Secretary of State in a tweet with barely 24-hours to a parliamentary ratification of a recently imposed state of emergency (SoE) also warned that the measure needed to be repealed. Cohen, who is big on political events in Addis Ababa said it was important for the government to withdraw the SoE before naming Abiy as PM ‘thereby avoiding tense vote in parliament and setting (the) stage for political reforms.’ displayAdvert("mpu_3") OPDO, a quarter faction of the ruling Ethiopia Peoples Revolutionary Defense Front (EPRDF) only recently promoted Abiy to the post of OPDO Chairman. His immediate predecessor, Lemme Megerssa was named deputy but maintained his post as president of the Oromia Regional State. The need to occupy the PM seat was occasioned by the resignation of Hailemariam Desalegn in February. Desalegn said he had opted to leave the post to allow political reforms to be pursued. He remains in charge till the EPRDF vote for a new leader of the coalition. #Ethiopia regime should withdraw SOE declaration prior to naming" />
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Reacting to Ethiopian Prime Minister Dr. Abiy Ahmed's call to break the Guinness World Record in the country over the reforestation development, 353 million trees were planted in one day in the present week (Monday, 29 July 2019) in Ethiopia. 

 

Entitled the "Green Legacy" experience, this exertion started with an objective of planting 200 million trees in a single day – at any rate, essentialness was remarkable to the point, that target was almost expanded. More than 50 staff from IOM Ethiopia and other UN accomplices looked at the planting at Gullele Botanical Garden in Addis Ababa – one of the 1,000 doled out planting areas of the aching activity. 

 

The record was starting late held by India for planting more than 50 million trees in a lone day in 2016. 

 

These 353 million saplings are a touch of an undeniably expansive 4 billion tree-planting development right by and by in progress in Ethiopia. Over 2.9 billion trees beginning at now have been planted since the activity started this past May. It is a touch of the nation's offered to battle against lost woods assets and mitigates environmental change and adds to Ethiopia's green economy system. 

 

"A reforested Ethiopia is a basic helping measure regardless of characteristic change; a clearly key driver of transportability in this area. It, fittingly, gives us awe-inspiring joy to partake in this reforestation development – IOM is glad to be a touch of the experience towards a greener Ethiopia," said Maureen Achieng, IOM Ethiopia's Chief of Mission and Representative to the AU, ECA, and IGAD. 

 

IOM respected the welcome to share, with volunteers understanding the errand of planting saplings. To guarantee the reasonableness of the activity, the nation over the checking of seedlings has been insisted by the Ethiopian Minister of Agriculture. 

 

PM Abiy's drive interfaces by and by with key normal focus as spread out in the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration (GCM). 

 

Green Legacy also interfaces with IOM's Migration, Environment, and Climate Change (MECC) programming, as biological change is known to be one of the key driving parts of obliged development in Ethiopia – where individuals are compelled to move as their old spot of home breezes up unwelcoming considering the changing air and condition. In coordinating ecological advancement, IOM drives the minimization of obliged and unmanaged relocation at any rate much as could be ordinary.

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The Oromo Peoples Democratic Organization (OPDO) leader, Abiy Ahmed will be named the next Prime Minister of Ethiopia, according to a former United States ambassador. Herman Cohen, a former Assistant Secretary of State in a tweet with barely 24-hours to a parliamentary ratification of a recently imposed state of emergency (SoE) also warned that the measure needed to be repealed. Cohen, who is big on political events in Addis Ababa said it was important for the government to withdraw the SoE before naming Abiy as PM ‘thereby avoiding tense vote in parliament and setting (the) stage for political reforms.’ displayAdvert("mpu_3") OPDO, a quarter faction of the ruling Ethiopia Peoples Revolutionary Defense Front (EPRDF) only recently promoted Abiy to the post of OPDO Chairman. His immediate predecessor, Lemme Megerssa was named deputy but maintained his post as president of the Oromia Regional State. The need to occupy the PM seat was occasioned by the resignation of Hailemariam Desalegn in February. Desalegn said he had opted to leave the post to allow political reforms to be pursued. He remains in charge till the EPRDF vote for a new leader of the coalition. #Ethiopia regime should withdraw SOE declaration prior to naming
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