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136. FSS Bulletin Vol. 3&4, No 1
Author: by Berhanu Zeleke
Title : Impacts of urban development on the livelihoods of displaced people: The case of Casainchis local development plan

Author: by Seth Shames
Title : A financial analysis of conservation tillage as a solution to land degradation on small farms in Ethiopia

Author: ሽፈራው ተ/ጊዮርጊስ፣ሙኒራ ሸምሰዲንና ገዛኸኝ ግርማ
Title : የግብርና ቴክኖሎጂ ግብዓቶች በሕብረተሰቡና በአካባቢው የተፈጥሮ ሀብት ላይ ያላቸው ተጽዕኖ ከግንብቹ ወረዳ አንጻር
137. FSS Bulletin Vol. 3&4 , No. 2
Editor: FSS
Author: by Bahru Zewde
Title : Eritrea and Ethiopia : In Quest of a Culture of Peace and Dialogue

Author: by Dessalegn Rahmato
Title : Poverty Reduction in China

Author: by Daniel Kassahun Book Review, Shiferaw Bekele
Title : Linkages between Tef, Food Security and Environment in Ethiopia
138. Issues in Urban Poverty: Two Selected Papers
Editor: Daniel Kassahun and Meron Assefa
FSS Studies on Poverty No 5
139. የግልና የጋራ ጥረት ለአካባቢ ሕይወት መሻሻል (የሰሜን ሸዋ ገበሬዎች ተ
1996 ዓ/ም
Consultation Paper On Environment: No. 6

በአፈርና ውሃ ጥበቃ ላይ ገበሬዎች፣ በከተማ ፅዳትና መናፈሻዎች ጥበቃና ልማት ሥራ የሲቪል ማህበራት፣ የተማሪዎችን በአካባቢ ጥበቃ ላይ ተሳትፎ በሚመለከት የትምህርት ቤቶች ተወካይ፣ በአድባራትና በገዳማት ውስጥ ስላለው የአካባቢ ጥበቃ የቤተክህነት ተወካይ ስለተሞክሮዎቻቸው የገለጹበት የውይይት ጽሑፍ፡፡
140. FSS Bulletin Vol. 3&4 , No. 3
Editor: FSS
Author: by Bahru Zewde
Title : The Ethio-Eritrean Border/ Boundary: Aseesaw Puzzle

Author: by Zemedu Worku
Title : Socio-Economic Dimensions of Horticultural Crop Production In Ethiopia

Author: by Daniel Kassahun
Title : The Dilemma of Food-for-Work in Ethiopia: Soil and Water Conservation Vs. Rainwater Harvesting Practices