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Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia
 Collected data from Ministries of Education and development partners in 40 developing countries on selected Paris Indicators which were adapted for this education sector exercise (Table 1).Expand
Farmer Field Schools: A Boon or Bust for Extension in Africa?
Despite the tremendous need for extension approaches that contribute to poverty reduction in rural sub-Saharan Africa, many extension models have been tried with only limited success. A popular modelExpand
Re-Greening Ethiopia: History, Challenges and Lessons
In Ethiopia, deforestation rates remain high and the gap between demand and domestic supply of forest products is expanding, even though government-initiated re-greening efforts began over a centuryExpand
Evaluating the impact of agricultural extension programmes in sub-Saharan Africa: Challenges and prospects
Background: In sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), impact evaluation has been used to assess whether agricultural extension interventions have brought the intended result or to establish causal linkagesExpand
Obstetric Fistula
rectum or bladder caused by prolonged obstructed labour in the absence of timely and adequate medical care. The woman is left with chronic incontinence of urine or feces or both and in most cases aExpand
Recent seismovolcanic crisis in northern Afar, Ethiopia
A 60-kilometer-long rift segment ruptured in north central Afar, Ethiopia, in September 2005. This rupture followed a short but intensive period of volcanic and tectonic activity during which timeExpand
DEEP BLACK CLAY SOILS (VERTISOLS): MANAGEMENT OPTIONS FOR THE ETHIOPIAN HIGHLANDS
Vertisols (deep black clay soils, often known as "black cotton soils") cover 8 million ha of the Ethiopian highlands. They account for about 70 percent of all highland soils with slopes between 0 andExpand
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