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11 Jan 2018 description

In order to support management of the humanitarian response in Ethiopia, sectors have identified a set of response and contextual indicators. The monthly data provided against those indicators by the sectors has been visualized in the following infographics. These visuals will help understand how the drought response is progressing and identify where issues are developing so that proactive measures can be taken.

04 Oct 2017 description

In order to support management of the humanitarian response in Ethiopia, sectors have identified a set of response and contextual indicators. The monthly data provided against those indicators by the sectors has been visualized in the following infographics.
These visuals will help understand how the drought response is progressing and identify where issues are developing so that proactive measures can be taken.

25 Oct 2016 description

In order to support management of the humanitarian response in Ethiopia, sectors have identified a set of response and contextual indicators. The monthly data provided against those indicators by the sectors has been visualized in the following info graphics. These visuals will help understand how the drought response is progressing and identify where issues are developing so that proactive measures can be taken

16 Sep 2016 description
  • The Agriculture sector started delivering seeds mid-April, in preparation for the Meher planting season, which takes place from June to mid-July. As of end of July, at least 90 per cent of crop seeds and 37 per cent of vegetable seeds had been delivered against the plans.

29 Jul 2016 description
  • The Agriculture sector started delivering seeds mid-April, in preparation for the Meher planting season, which takes place from June to mid-July. As of end of June, at least 75 per cent of crop seeds and 27 per cent of vegetable seeds had been delivered against the plans.

23 Oct 2015 description

This 2014 MDG report highlights the progress made, identifies some of the key drivers of success and discusses vital lessons that could be replicated in other countries in the region. Today, Ethiopia is globally recognized for having taken ownership of the MDGs agenda and integrating them into successive national development plans from the Sustainable Development Poverty Reduction Programme (2002/03-2004/05) to the Growth and Transformation Plan (GTP) (2010/11-2014/15).

31 Jul 2011 description

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

The continued La Niňa episode during the first half of 2011 has deteriorated the food security situation in the south and south eastern parts as well as in the belg dependent and sugum receiving areas of the country. The poor performance of short-cycle crops and deterioration of livestock body conditions and production contributed to rising malnutrition in some La Niňa affected areas. On the other hand, flooding poses a threat during the second half of 2011 with National Meteorological Agency‟s (NMA) forecast of normal to above normal kiremt rains.

07 Feb 2011 description

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

The overall good performance of the 2010 belg and meher rains contributed to improving the food security situation in areas that benefit from the seasonal rains, apart for some pockets in the eastern lowlands areas.

23 Dec 2009 description

23 December 2009, Addis Ababa: Today, Ethiopia concluded a one and a half day national inception workshop by launching a joint programme on children, food security and nutrition by Ministry of Finance and Economic Development, Federal Ministry of Health, the UN Resident Coordinator's Office, UNICEF, WFP, WHO and FAO with a generous contribution of 7 million USD received from the Spanish government.

The workshop that was underway starting 22 December at the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) aims to provide in-depth information about overall objectives and key …

22 Oct 2009 description

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

The overall poor performance of the 2009 belg/gu/ganna/sugum rains further deteriorated the food security situation during the first half of 2009. The number of beneficiaries increased from 4.9 million in January 2009 to 5.3 million in May due to prevailing food insecurity.

14 Oct 2008 description

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

The humanitarian situation in the country necessitated the need to revise estimated requirements in June 2008. The continued drought situation due to the failure of the belg/gu rains coupled with increase in price of food commodities required the adjustment of emergency beneficiaries from 4.6 million to 6.4 million.

The total food and non-food requirement for the estimated beneficiaries has reached US$ 265,666,710. The net food requirement stands at 270,245 MT, amounting to US$ 218 million to address needs from September to December 2008.

12 Jun 2008 description

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

This document revises the Humanitarian Requirement Document published in April 2008 addressing the developments to date.

10 Apr 2008 description

1. REVIEW OF THE 2007 HUMANITARIAN RESPONSE

1.1 Humanitarian Situation Highlight in 2007

The 2006 joint Government-humanitarian partners' seasonal assessments in cropping and pastoral areas, which estimated emergency food requirements in 2007, indicated vast improvement in the food security prospects.