Non-traditional agricultural commodities (hides, sesame seeds, medicinal plants, gums and resins) are neglected by national policies and development interventions.
Environment and natural resources as a core asset in wealth creation, poverty reduction, and sustainable development in Ethiopia
Natural resources are the basis of Ethiopia’s economy and food security, and are under intense pressure from population growth and inappropriate traditional farming and land management practices.Published dateTuesday, January 2, 2007 - 05:00
Linking Macro Development Policies to Child Poverty in Ethiopia's Second Poverty Reduction Strategy Paper (2006-2010)
Globalization and trade liberalization are likely to have a major impact on the lives of poor children and their families.
As the combined problems of urbanization, environmental degradation, and poverty become increasingly urgent, understanding the links between sustainability and poverty reduction is imperative.Publication DateFriday, April 6, 2012
Research in ActionFood security Poverty alleviation Natural ResourcesPublished dateThursday, April 21, 2016 - 00:00
Improving Nutrition in Ethiopia through Plant Breeding and Soil Management : final technical report (March 2012 - August 2014)
Working with pulse crops in the food system improved sustainable crop production, linking human nutrition and food security.Published dateSunday, November 2, 2014 - 04:00