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18 Dec 2018 description

Prepared by NYU Marron Institute in collaboration with 100 Resilient Cities


Planning for Urban Growth is Planning for Urban Resilience

01 Aug 2012 description

by Alex Evans

Executive Summary

Ethiopia’s resource scarcity context presents a daunting challenge, but also a significant opportunity. The country’s current scarcity context includes:

• Low agricultural yields and farm sizes: Even if farm productivity were to increase by a factor of three, the average farm would still not produce enough food for a family of five. With 83% of Ethiopia’s people directly dependent on agriculture for their livelihoods, the country has a major food security challenge; 7.5 million people depend on food safety nets.