April 18, 2020 (GMN) - This article was written following the publication in PeaceCorpsWriters.org, November 2000 of “A Letter from Ethiopia” by Kathleen Coskran, who told of the tragic death of PCV William Olson, which she witnessed.
November 16, 2014 (GMN) -Thanks to the rare species not found elsewhere in the country, Gambella National Park is really worth a visit. Located in the Gambela Region on the river Openo/Baro, the park was established primarily to protect two species of endangered wetland antelopes: the White-eared kob and the Nile Lechwe.
Gambella, October 13, 2016 (GMN) - Its dwellers and other frequent visitors witness that Gambella town is growing day by day. Road networks are relatively increasing, In fact, the most abundant mode of transportation, Chinese-made Bajaj, has a hard time moving, particularly on the pavement in front of the town's post office.
November 16, 2014 (GMN) - The small town of Gambella is an oddity among Ethiopian towns and a most appealing one. Lying at an altitude of 450m in the swampy, mosquito-ridden lowlands, Gambella exudes an atmosphere of tropical languor, dictated as much by its lush vegetation and almost unbearable humidity as by its remoteness from just about everywhere. Historically, ethnically and scenically, Gambella is barely a part of Ethiopia at all.