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1. The Khat Conundrum in Ethiopia: Socioeconomic Impacts and Policy Directions
2017
Author: Yeraswork Admassie
The Khat Conundrum in Ethiopia:
Socioeconomic Impacts and Policy Directions
2. The Education of Children Entangled in Khat Trade in Ethiopia: The case of two Market centers
Author: Girma Negash
The Education of Children Entangled in Khat Trade in Ethiopia: The case of two Market centers
3. Ethiopian Labour Migration to the Gulf and South Africa
Migration is an age -old phenomenon. War, Economic deprivation, and environmental degradation are some of the major reasons for international migration
4. Socio-Economic Base-Line Survey of Rural and Urban Households in Tana Sub-Basin, Amhara National Regional State
2014
Author: Kassahun Berhanu & Tegegne Gebre-Egziabher
FSS Monograph No. 10
5. Reading through the Charcoal Industry in Ethiopia: Production, Marketing, Consumption and Impact
2013
Author: Melaku Bekele and Zenebe Girmay
Reading through the Charcoal Industry in Ethiopia is a monograph that meticulously combined primary and secondary data and materials to review the production, marketing, consumption and impact of charcoal production in Ethiopia. It provides valuable data and information about the process of charcoal making and its economic contribution not only for the producers but also to the traders at different levels in the value chain of the ‘industry’.
The monograph highlights the current policy and institutional deficits of the industry and provides ways forward to address the energy demand of the country and the environmental degradation caused due to charcoal making.

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