- ethiopia | Agriculture Climate change Adaptation to climate change in Ethiopia : The potential role of sustainable land management practices This research project will contribute to sustainability and poverty reduction agenda as SLM practices can enable farmers to become resilient to climate change by improving ecosystem services and functions, increasing agricultural productivity and enhancing food security. Such practices could also help mitigate climate change which is an important added advantage.
- ethiopia | Energy Economy Wide Impact of the Electricity Sector in Ethiopia As a result of growing demand for electricity and recognizing the critical role played by the energy sector in the economic growth and development process, the Government of Ethiopia has already embarked on large scale hydroelectricity projects in view of developing renewable and sustainable energy sources. The goal of this project is to contribute to the fulfillment of these efforts in expanding modern energy access and reducing energy poverty through accelerating the growth of the economy.
- ethiopia | Policy design Economic valuation (pricing), institutions, and water use efficiency in smallholder irrigation systems in Ethiopia Overall, the study aims to enhance environmental sustainability, agriculture/food security and poverty reduction, through suggesting mechanism for irrigation water pricing and informed policy/ decision making.
- ethiopia | Forestry Local Institutions and Better Forests: Empirical Evidence from Household Data This research aims to enhance informed policy-making and sustainable management of natural resources in Ethiopia through furthering our understanding of the factors that contribute to success (better outcome in forest commons). The research intends to investigate the interplay between the user characteristics, resource characteristics, and the institutional regime as they determine better forest outcome at a more deeper level using household level dataset.
- EfD in Ethiopia
- Researchers & Staff
- Policy Interaction
- News & Press
- Academic Program
- Visiting Researchers
Subscribe to our Newsletter service
Join or share