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6. Assessment of climate change-induced hazards, impacts and responses in the southern lowlands of Ethiopia
2009
Author: Aklilu Amsalu and Alebachew Adem
FSS Research Report: No. 4

Climate change is one of the biggest risks facing society. In Ethiopia, climate change poses particular risks to poor farmers and pastoralists who have an immediate daily dependence on climate sensitive livelihoods and natural resources.
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7. Dynamics of Poverty in Addis Ababa
2009
Author: Netsanet Teklehaymanot
FSS Research Report: No. 3

This study shows the state of urban poverty in three sub-cities of Addis Ababa from 1995-2008.
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8. The Status of Governance, Academic Freedom, and Teaching Personnel in Ethiopian Higher Education Institutions (A synthesis of Institutional Case Studies)
2007
Author: Tesfaye Semela
FSS Research Report: No. 2

This Report is organized into five sections. The first section provides a brief background of developments in higher education in Ethiopia and the profile of the respective higher education institutions where the case studies were conducted
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9. Rainwater Harvesting in Ethiopia Capturing the Realities and Exploring Opportunities
2007
Author: Daniel Kassahun
FSS Research Report: No. 1

Ethiopia’s agriculture is predominantly rain fed. Food shortages and variability of rainfall are typical characteristics of small-holder producers. To address the challenges of food insecurity and associated poverty, rainwater harvesting (RWH) is one of the pursued strategic interventions
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