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Group-Based Funeral Insurance in Ethiopia and Tanzania.
A funeral is a costly occasion. This paper studies indigenous insurance institutions developed to cope with the high costs of funerals, based on evidence from rural areas in Tanzania and Ethiopia.Expand
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Resettlement and famine in Ethiopia : the villagers' experience
The "cruel days" - survival and surrender the riddle of resettlement a mosaic of motives settling for a new world production and exchange social life in the settlement marriage, divorce and the state.
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Peripheral People: The Excluded Minorities of Ethiopia
Contents: Dimensions and Conceptualisations of Marginalisation (Alula Pankhurst) - Gurage (Nahu Senay) - Yem (Getachew Fulle) - Kambata (Wolde-Selassie Abbute) - Kafa (Gezahegn Petros) - ShekachoExpand
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Understanding Children’s Experiences of Violence in Ethiopia: Evidence from Young Lives
This research report explores children’s accounts of everyday violence in Ethiopia, and the ways in which factors at individual, family, community, institutional and society levels affect children’sExpand
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The differential impact of microcredit on rural livelihoods: Case study from Ethiopia
This paper examines the differential impact of credit on rural Ethiopian households. Though credit is generally expected to have a positive impact on household livelihoods, this paper argues thatExpand
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Extending Insurance?: Funeral Associations in Ethiopia and Tanzania
This paper studies the development of indigenous insurance institutions set up to help cover the high costs of funerals, using evidence from rural areas in Tanzania and Ethiopia. Many of theseExpand
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Youth transitions - skills, work and family formation: Preliminary findings from the round 5 survey in Ethiopia
This fact sheet presents findings from the fifth round of data collection carried out by Young Lives in Ethiopia in 2016. Young Lives has followed two cohorts of children born seven years apart sinceExpand
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