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Consultation Papers

21. The Social Dimensions of Poverty
Editor: Meheret Ayenew ed.
Consultation paper on poverty No 1.

This is the first issue of the Consultation Papers Series that the Forum for Social Studies (FSS) published on the problems of poverty and poverty reduction in Ethiopia.
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22. ድርቅንና ረሀብን ለመቋቋም የተደረጉ እንቅስቃሴዎች (1966-1983) ቁጥር 1
1997 ዓ/ም
Author: ሽመልስ አዱኛ
ጥቂት ስለጽሑፉ ይዘት

የዕርዳታ ማስተባበሪያና ማቋቋሚያ ኮሚሽን ከተቋቋመበት ከ1966 ጀምሮ ለሚቀጥሉት አስር ያህል ዓመታት በድርቅና በረሀብ የተጎዱ ሰዎችን ሕይወት ለማዳን፣ መልሶ ለማቋቋምና ለምግብ ዕጥረት ዘላቂ መፍትሔ ለመፍጠር የተደረገውን ጥረት የሚያስረዳ የውይይት ጽሑፍ፡፡
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23. Environment, Poverty and Conflict
Editor: Tesfaye Teklu and Tesfaye Tafesse
FSS studies on Poverty No 4
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24. Destitution in Rural Ethiopia: Community and Household Studies in Wag Hamra and South Wello
Editor: Yared Amare
FSS Studies on Poverty No. 3

Rural destitution is a growing phenomenon in Ethiopia, closely associated with population growth, resource scarcity, crop failure and famine. This paper attempts to further our understanding of destitution by discussing its attributes, local developments that contextualize it, and the causes and processes which explain why certain households fall into or emerge from a state of destitution.
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25. Gender and Economic Policy
Editor: Zenebework Tadesse, ed.
Gender Policy Dialogues Series Paper: No.1

Panel presentations dealing with the issues of gender disag¬gregated data in national statistical surveys, gender roles in the Ethiopian rural household and the agricultural production sec¬tor, and gender policy in relation to employment in the public and private sectors.
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