Smallholders ’ Vulnerability to Food Insecurity and Coping Strategies : In the face of climate change , East Hararghe , Ethiopia

@inproceedings{Zemedu2014SmallholdersV,
  title={Smallholders ’ Vulnerability to Food Insecurity and Coping Strategies : In the face of climate change , East Hararghe , Ethiopia},
  author={Lemma Zemedu and Wondimagegn Mesfin},
  year={2014}
}
  • Lemma Zemedu, Wondimagegn Mesfin
  • Published 2014
Agriculture and food security in developing countries particularly in East Africa are key areas for intervention under climate change. Agricultural production in Ethiopia is highly vulnerable to climate change with major implications for food security. Earlier empirical studies conducted in the country merely emphasized on the static dimensions of food insecurity that have not adequately addressed the linkage between climate change and vulnerability to food insecurity. In recent years, there… CONTINUE READING

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