Searching with a thematic focus on Governance in Ethiopia

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    Rapid literature review: Gender in Fragile and Conflict-affected Situations

    Governance and Social Development Resource Centre, 2014
    This rapid review collates a large amount of literature published in 2013 and 2014 (up to April 2014) on the topic of gender in fragile and conflict-affected situations (FCAS). It is not a systematic or exhaustive review, but does provide a comprehensive overview of the literature available.
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    Strategic research into national and local capacity building for DRM: Ethiopia pilot fieldwork report

    Strategic Research into National and Local Capacity Building for Disaster Risk Management (2013-2015), 2014
    To date there has been little formal, empirical research that has been conducted on capacity building for disaster risk management (DRM), and as a result international actors lack robust, evidence-based guidance on how capacity for DRM can be effectively generated at national and local levels.
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    Gender Responsive Budgeting and Aid Effectiveness Knowledge Briefs

    United Nations Development Fund for Women, 2010
    This series investigated how gender responsive budgeting (GRB) tools and strategies had been used in the context of aid modalities, such as general budget support (GBS) and sector budget support (SBS). Research was carried out in ten countries: Cameroon, Ethiopia, India, Morocco, Nepal, Mozambique, Peru, Rwanda, Tanzania, and Uganda.
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    Impact of land certification on sustainable land resource management in the Amhara Region, Ethiopia

    Drylands Coordination Group, Norway, 2014
    In Ethiopia, 85% of the population is directly supported by the agricultural economy.  However, the productivity of that economy is being seriously eroded by unsustainable land management practices both in areas of food crops and in grazing lands (Berry, 2003).
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    The potential of NGOs to build resilience to climate extremes and disasters in the Sahel and a selection of DFID priority countries

    Evidence on Demand, 2013
    The BRACED is a multi-year programme which will scale up funding to NGOs interventions that build community resilience to extreme climate events in ten African and South Asian countries.
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    Negotiations for a Nile-Cooperative Framework Agreement

    Institute for Security Studies, 2011
    The geographical configurations of the Nile ensure that all Nilotic countries are inextricably bound together by a common reliance on the shared waters of this great river. However, for too long, all of these countries have given priority to the pursuit of their divergent interests and their own agendas.
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    Eco-cop: environmental policing in Eastern Africa

    Institute for Security Studies, 2010
    This paper looks at one dominant realm of governance that makes up modern policing, i.e. the environmental realm, and particularly the policing activity known as environmental crime management.
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    The Nile: from mistrust and sabre rattling to rapprochement

    Institute for Security Studies, 2012
    For the past century, there has been a climate of mistrust among the riparian countries over the development and use of the Nile waters. This uncooperative atmosphere has created a fragmented vision and led to unilateral development of the Nile waters.
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    Wereda and Community Roads Maintenance and Asset Management Strategy

    TI-UP Resource Centre, 2010
    Ethiopia has an extensive tertiary network of wereda and community roads estimated to be at least 90,000 kilometres in length. The majority of the roads have an earth surface and only a very small proportion have been constructed to fully engineered standard, hence most of the roads are only reliably passable in dry weather.
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    Translating famine early warning into early action: an east Africa case study

    Chatham House [Royal Institute of International Affairs], UK, 2012
    This paper considers the political contexts in Ethiopia, Kenya and Somalia, how these affected the response to the 2011 Horn of Africa emergency, and the implications for future response. Although the Horn of Africa is often seen as a security-challenged region, for good reason, the level of insecurity varies significantly between and within countries.