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  • Ministry of Agriculture (Ministry of Agriculture, 1998)
    Ethiopia is situated in east Africa, located between 3° 24' and 14° 53' north and 32° 42' and 48° 12' east. The great rift valley th a t runs from north east to almost south west, divides the country into two parts ...
  • Bekele, Mekonnen; Ayele, Gezahegn (Ethiopian Development Research Institute, 2008)
    A major issue in productivity and associated food security of rural households is perceived to be water scarcity and reliability. To this end, Water harvesting has been widely promoted as an important instrument ...
  • Mulatu, Bayeh (ed.); Agegnehu, Getachew (ed.); Tsigie, Angaw (ed.) (Ethiopian Institute of Agricultural Research, 2007)
    Ethiopian agriculture is mainly subsistent. In such farming, the performance of crops solely depends on nutrients inborn in the soil. This exploitation of naturally available resources has been going on for millennia ...
  • Bekele, Melaku; Girmay, Zenebe (Forum for Social Studies, 2013)
    Ethiopian cities and towns burn over three million tons o f charcoal each year. Charcoal is 99% flammable when dry, cheaper compared to modern sources, and also accessible. Charcoal is easy to transport, efficient and ...
  • STARES, J.E.S (ed.); SAID, A.N. (ed.); KATEGILE, J. A. (ed.) (INTERNATIONAL LIVESTOCK CENTRE FOR AFRICA, 1992)
    These are the Proceedings of the Iasi joint workshop of the Pasture Network for Eastern and Southern Africa (PANESA) and the African Research Network for Agricultural Byproducts (ARNAB), held in Gaborone, Botswana, 4-8 ...

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