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Ethiopia

Ethiopia
  • Capital: Addis Ababa
  • Population: 88013491
  • Size: 1127127.0 Km2

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The BLDS print collection
The BLDS print collection

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Assessing rural transformations: piloting a qualitative impact protocol in Malawi and Ethiopia
J. Copestake; F. Remnant / Centre for Development Studies, Bath University, 2014
This paper contributes to the literature on qualitative approaches to impact evaluation (QUIP) particularly in complex contexts. It reports on substantive and methodological findings from four pilot studies of a protocol for qualitati...
Nutrition baseline survey report for the national nutrition program of Ethiopia
Ethiopian Public Health Institute, 2009
Due to a high prevalence of malnutrition and micronutrient deficiencies in Ethiopia, the Ethiopian Government approved the country’s first-ever National Nutrition Strategy (NNS) in February 2008 to address these issues. Followin...
Childcare practices among factory working and housewife mothers and its implications on child nutritional outcomes in Addis Ababa and Oromia regions, Ethiopia
T Assefa; L Goitom / Ethiopian Public Health Institute, 2010
Inadequate care is one of the likely causes of child malnutrition. In view of this fact, today research initiatives in the area of childcare have received increased attention. The context of childcare is mainly composed of the feeding...
Challenges and opportunities in CBN adaptation to pastoral areas in Ethiopia
Ethiopian Public Health Institute, 2013
Ethiopian pastoralist community are more than 12 million occupying 61 per cent of the total land mass with more than 29 nationalities and ethnic groups. They inhabit land with natural resources and a wealth of cultural and traditional...
The cost of hunger in Ethiopia: implications for the growth and transformation of Ethiopia
Ethiopian Public Health Institute, 2013
The cost of hunger (COHA) study is an important step forward to better understand the role child nutrition and human development can play as a catalyser, or as a constraint, in implementation of Ethiopia’s Growth and Transformat...
Sensory acceptability trial for a chickpea based ready to use supplementary food among moderately malnourished children (6 – 59 months)
Ethiopian Public Health Institute, 2014
Malnutrition is one of the most important causes of child mortality in Ethiopia being the underlying cause of 57 per cent of child deaths in Ethiopia. These children and their mothers suffer from the poor health and nutrition situatio...
How does Ethiopia’s Productive Safety Net program affect livestock accumulation and children’s education?
B.L. Debela; S.T. Holden / Norwegian University of Life Sciences, 2014
The report uses panel data from Northern Ethiopia to investigate the welfare impact of Ethiopia’s Productive Safety Net Program. We assess whether the program raised livestock asset levels and children’s education among pa...
Overview of the Ethiopian National Food Consumption survey (NFCS): implications for fortification programs
Ethiopian Public Health Institute, 2011
In 2011, the then Ethiopian Health and Nutrition Research Institute now EPHI conducted the Ethiopian National Food Consumption Survey (FCS) in response to a request by the Federal Ministry of Health to provide evidence for the Nationa...
Factors associated with dietary practices and nutritional status among pregnant women in Wondo Genet district
D Kuche / Ethiopian Public Health Institute, 2014
Malnutrition is a serious public health problem linked to increase in the risk of mortality and morbidity (Blossner and de Onis, 2005). Women and young children are most affected. Diets that are deficient in macro and micronutrients p...
Land valuation and perceptions of land sales prohibition in Ethiopia
S.T. Holden; S. Bezu / Norwegian University of Life Sciences, 2014
This study investigates attitudes towards legalizing land sales and Willingness to Accept (WTA) sales prices and compensation prices for land among smallholder households in four different areas in the Oromia and SNNP Regions in the s...
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The African Child Policy Forum (ACPF)
Science, Technology and Arts Research Journal (STAR)
STAR Journal is an open-access journal which publishes research related to the fields of Science, Technology and Arts.
Ethiopian Journal of Environmental Studies and Management (EJESM)
The Ethiopian Journal of Environmental Studies and Management (EJESM) is based in the Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, Bahir Dar University, Ethiopia. Its aim is to publish original research out put in the area of Geography, Ecology, Botany, Conservation studies, Water Resources, Urban Studies, Environmental Design and Management and other allied disciplines. It is devoted to dis...
African Centre for Humanitarian Action - Africa Humanitarian Action (ACHA)
ACHA aims to unite and strengthen African CSOs by facilitating stronger partnerships through increased learning and improved advocacy. It aims to build on existing knowledge and expertise in order to achieve greater impact for vulnerable communities. In doing so, ACHA enables CSOs to enhance their participation in the humanitarian community
Pastoralist Communication Initiative
Promoting new knowledge and innovation in pastoralism
African Child Policy Forum
African Child Policy Forum
Development Policy Management Forum, Ethiopia (DPMF)
DPMF is a regional civil-society organisation that aims at consolidating and institutionalising democratic governance in Africa. The forum conducts research, training and advocacy with a focus on enhancing the capacity of policy makers and civil-society in African countries. Areas of focus include: civil service and democratic governance conflict and peace-building regional integrat...
Ethiopian Civil Service College (ECSC)
ECSC was established in 1995 to cater for the training needs of the Ethiopian civil service system, to conduct research and to provide consultancy services. The college has three faculties: the faculty of law the faculty of urban development studies the faculty of business and economics As well as offering short term and undergraduate courses, the faculty of business and econom...
Ethiopian Journal of Health Development
The Ethiopian Journal of Health Development has been in print since 1984 and has been the main forum for exchange of information in the public health arena in Ethiopia. Currently the Journal is freely available online.
Institute of Development Research, Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia (IDR)
Ethiopian socio-economic research institute
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