Landowners in Ethiopia are defending their financial income opportunities from rising temperatures and lack of rain in the midst of civil unrest. Currently standing as the most densely populated African nation, Ethiopia has a multitude of humanitarian problems to resolve, including The Tigray conflict, environmental catastrophes, food insecurity, and global pandemics.
Publically, the Ethiopian legislation recently established a military operation against the Tigray part of the country after a suspected assault on a government military base by the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF). The governing party of the Tigray area, which ruled the country in the centralized Ethiopian government until 2018, is widely recognized as the TPLF party. Mounting tensions throughout the course of months of feuds between the central government and the Tigray People’s Liberation Front eventually culminated in a declaration of armed conflict as civil unrest rises to an all-time high.