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Eleni Gabre-Madhin: Building a commodities market in Ethiopia e technology in the aid of farmers



Economist Eleni Gabre-Madhin outlines her ambitious vision to found the first commodities market in Ethiopia. Her plan would create wealth, minimize risk for farmers and turn the world’s largest recipient of food aid into a regional food basket.

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24 thoughts on “Eleni Gabre-Madhin: Building a commodities market in Ethiopia e technology in the aid of farmers”

  1. Is the law to betray somalia. In order to survive. What a shame 71 to 74 million of Ethiopia can't withstand the power of 29 to 37 millions of somalia what a shame my brother from Ethiopia period.

  2. Ethiopia live with us as mankind or die out remember that democracy and freedom was not on your side t'ill the 1910 n us Somali was your neighbor's neighbor's despite the war n the hate.but you forget n also this unnatural thing's Ethiopia is offering to become godlessness n prevailing evil man n evil thoughts and evil democracy.

  3. now a day too many Ethiopians comes on Tedx and it is nice to listen them more when they said something about Ethiopia Like Sara Nuru She even built school under her name keep going our smart one and Meklit Hadero you went to listen what she said more and more she is so proud from where she come from like the Ethiopia n music and this Lady I saw something that is Confidence that is really the greatest gift thank-you all for standing just for Ethiopia after all

  4. An economy grows not only due to markets but culture.
    Ethiopia's economy is largely based on agriculture like America 100 years ago, so they still have a pretty substantial growth to go through and i'm guessing whenever a successful Ethiopian entrepreneuer rises he moves to another country.

  5. Why don't you explain why a free market economy is unsustainable in Ethiopia? Ethiopia has a population of over eighty five million people, with arable land, natural resources, and the Nile river ready to be used for hydroelectric power. Ethiopians have a history of entrepreneurship….so why is free market unsustainable in Ethiopia our anywhere else in Africa? Mengistu.

  6. It gives me hope, just knowing intelligent, passionate, and committed women like Eleni rolled her sleeve. It also give's me a glimpse of what Ethiopian government is, because here in the West we hear only unreasonable demonizing none stop. Dear complainers; see, you are gossip recycle-rs. Source-less news spreaders! Please stop and think? Do you have a role in life? First and for most; accomplish that.

  7. @Rasxilinx Just google why Iran isn't capable of reverse engineering the downed drone and you will see my point. And by the way, I'm a reverse engineer by profession (malware reverse engineer, to be precise). I just don't like it, when specially in Ethiopia, people belittle any scientific progress since almost everyone sees it as a simple trial and error. And he doesn't help to correct this, he's on the other side actually. I won't believe it since he doesn't know *how* they work.

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