Utuun ta’ee akka saree- sagaleen Ruhii Nagaa, Barr. Daani’eel W.Juwaar – ABDII PICTURES Marcha 8 Guyyaa Dubartootaa sababfachuun dandeettii seenessa intala Oromoo (Ruhi Nagaa) afeeramaa.
I hope your day is filled with sunshine as well as flowers with happy thoughts, enough to fill the house, happy women’s day!
Canada: Former refugee an advocate for education. Dammee Sero has come a long way, from a refugee camp in Kenya to be an award-winning student at Laurier Brantford. Dammee, who is originally from Ethiopia, received [Read More]
Aayyoo Oromoo for Oromo Mothers
FemaleGenitalMutilation leaves lifelong health issues for girls, like complications w/pregnancy. It must stop, everywhere.
#FemaleGenitalMutilation leaves lifelong health issues for girls, like complications w/pregnancy. It must stop, everywhere. #EndFGM pic.twitter.com/5Su0f3d236 — UNDP (@UNDP) February 6, 2017
Oromo Diaspora: The focus of your lenses are on your Souls not the Struggle (By Najat Hamz) Who does freedom belong to? Who fights for independence? Who fights for the right to speak? Assemble or [Read More]
IOWO invite all Oromo and others, to support Oromo mothers who lost their children while they are asking for god given human rights and killed by TPLF’s security forces.
Hawi Tilahune Wins Prestigious Rangel Fellowship (http://www.macalester.edu//news) –St. Paul, Minn. – Hawi Tilahune ’16, of Minneapolis, Minn., was awarded a 2017 Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Fellowship following a highly competitive nationwide contest. The Rangel [Read More]