Ethiopia's state of emergency silences aid workers — and some of their work

Curfews, travel restrictions and communications blocks threaten to cut into aid operations in Ethiopia — just as the country is suffering the worst drought in years. NGOs and aid agencies, meanwhile, are fearful of losing access and reluctant to speak out.

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  • Andrew Green

    Andrew Green is a Devex Correspondent based in Berlin. His coverage focuses primarily on health and human rights and he has previously worked as Voice of America's South Sudan bureau chief and the Center for Public Integrity's web editor.