1. 2006-01-01 Proceedings of a MoARD / MoWR / USAID / IWMI Symposium and Exhibition held at Ghion Hotel, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 7-9 March, 2006 The Program addresses key questions such as: what is the reason for limited technology access in terms of agricultural water management? Why promising technologies...
  2. 2020-07-20 This book is designed as a simple introduction to the more common food plants of Ethiopia. It is hoped people will take greater pride and interest in these plants and become confident and informed about how to grow and use them. Many of the local food plants that occur in every country are very...
  3. Fall Armyworm (Spodoptera frugiperda) presence is confirmed inall Eastern African countriesexcept in Djibouti. In Ethiopia, the forecast period (January–March) coincides with the growing of irrigated maize and the maize crop, a preferred host, will be at risk. In Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, Somalia,...
  4. Niger (Guizotia abyssinica (L.F., Compositae) is an oilseed crop cultivated in Ethiopia and India. It constitutes about 50% of Ethiopian and 3% of Indian oilseed production. In Ethiopia, it is cultivated on waterlogged soils where most crops and all other oilseeds fail to grow and contributes a...
  5. In Ethiopia, formal laws assert that women have equal rights regarding land use and access. However, the pastoral areas are often highly influenced by religious and customary systems under which women tend to have weaker land rights. The report“Women’s land rights: customary rules and formal laws...
  6. The change in relationship between pastoralists and central government brought about by Ethiopia’s Productive Safety Net Programme (PSNP) is explored in the article “Development, governmentality and the sedentary state: the productive safety net programme in Ethiopia’s Somali pastoral periphery”...
  7. Drawing on case studies in Ethiopia and Kenya, the paper “Climate change policy narratives and pastoralist predicaments in the Horn of Africa: insights from Ethiopia and Kenya” (2021, 4pp), presented by Tom Campbell at the Joint International Grassland & Rangeland Congress 2021, examines the...
  8. 1989-01-01 This paper begins with an overview of Ethiopian geography, climate, agriculture, vegetation, and soils. The following section contains a summary of the evaluations made on the trees studied; in that section research methods are stated. The final section of the main body of the paper is a review...
  9. 2002-01-01 There is information in this manual that is found in other places, but the focus in this book is to concentrate on sources of information not easily available to development agents such as scholarly journals or books not sold in Ethiopia. When possible we verified with the farmers information...