Dimbleby discusses education with the Ethiopian Prime Minister Jonathan Dimbleby travels to Ethiopia for an exclusive interview with Prime Minister Meles Zenawi, in which he focuses on the government’s education policies and how they are being used as a catalyst for change. The country’s enrolment rate is up to 91.3% at primary level, and the government has pledged to increase child literacy by 50% by 2015. But are these policies enough to make Ethiopia a lower middle-income country in twenty years? And how does the Prime Minister counter allegations that some of his actions make him nothing less than a run-of-the-mill African autocrat?

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