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- DocumentActionAid International, 2002This report presents an overview of the significance of public accountability in emergencies reduction, specifically emphasising the importance of government performance. The report draws on evidence from Ethiopia and Bangladesh.Key conclusions include:lack of public accountability exacerbates emergencies and violates people’s rights.DocumentOverseas Development Institute, 1995This paper, published by the Overseas Development Institute (ODI), examines the experience of the health sector in situations of post-conflict transition in Cambodia, Ethiopia, and Uganda.DocumentInstitute of Development Studies UK, 2004This paper looks at one example of how the political representation pastoralists in Ethiopia is shifting and changing.DocumentWorld Bank, 2004This paper addresses the issue of embezzlement of resources in public service delivery within the developing world, with Ethiopian nursing students as experimental subjects.DocumentSIDA Studies, 2003This paper looks at the culture of power and politics in Ethiopia, focusing on the nature and potential of political opposition to the ruling party, EPRDF. It argues that, for at least the next 10 years, there seem to be few viable national alternative political forces to the parties of the EPRDF.Documentid21 Development Research Reporting Service, 2002Are participatory partnerships a way to keep development effective and equitable? Or are they unrealistic and difficult to achieve? Is the ideal of equal rights for all at risk of becoming a mask for power relations?Documentid21 Development Research Reporting Service, 2002As decentralisation and tenure reform sweeps through the Sahel, doubts remain whether communities can look after commonly owned land. Is privatisation or state control the best means of preventing the degradation of resources? Can local communities forge institutional mechanisms to regulate competing claims on common resources?DocumentDevelopment Experience Clearinghouse, USAID, 2003This document reports on a study to understand how government, donor, NGO, and civil society representatives view the increasing role of NGOs in basic education in Africa. The study was carried out in Ethiopia, Guinea, Malawi, and Mali.DocumentChr. Michelsen Institute, Norway, 2002This study is an analysis of the implementation of a federal system within a dominant party state. It includes examinations of both the legal and functional aspects of the federalisation process in Ethiopia.