Shocks, social protection, and resilience: Evidence from Ethiopia

ESSP Working Paper 109, by Erwin Knippenberg and John F. Hoddinott. Abstract:The malign effect of shocks has long been a concern within economics, partly because they result in transitory welfare losses and partly because they may have persistent effects.

Synopsis: The Sustainable Land Management Program in the Ethiopian highlands: An evaluation of its impact on crop production

ESSP Research Note 68: by Emily Schmidt and Fanaye Tadesse . Synopsis of Working Paper 103. Abstract: Agricultural productivity in Ethiopia’s highlands, the country’s breadbasket, is threatened by severe land degradation.

The rising costs of animal-source foods in Ethiopia: Evidence and implications

ESSP Working Paper 108, by Fantu Bachewe, Bart Minten, and Feiruz Yimer. Abstract: In many developing countries in which staple foods dominate the composition of diets, higher consumption of animal-source foods (ASF)

PSNP -HABP Final Report, 2014

This document summarizes material found in four documents prepared as part of the 2014 evaluation of the impact of Ethiopia’s Productive Safety Net Programme,