Organized in collaboration with IFPRI and the Agricultural Transformation Agency (ATA), this workshop was hosted by the Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources – Women’s Affairs Directorate to bring together people from government, development partners, NGOs and research organizations
ESSP Working Paper 90, by Fantu Bachewe, Guush Berhane, Bart Minten, and Alemayehu Seyoum Taffesse. Abstract: Ethiopia’s economy is rapidly transforming. However, the extent to which this is affecting off-farm income and labor markets in rural areas is not well understood.
ESSP Working Paper 89, by Kalle Hirvonen. Abstract: An emerging body of literature shows how low diversity in diets is associated with increased risk of chronic undernutrition and micro-nutrient deficiencies in young children.
The Ethiopia Strategy Support Program (ESSP) is a collaborative program undertaken by the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) and the Ethiopian Development Research Institute (EDRI). The objective of ESSP is to help improve the policy-making process in Ethiopia. Increasing the capacity of Ethiopian institutions to undertake sound economic analysis that is linked to current issues, and improving public information and dialogue, create a cornerstone to evidence-based policy making. Read More