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Livelihood Development

Goat provision

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Water Development

Water is a common property resource and is critical for sustainable livelihoods. To begin with, all households need water for domestic use, i.e. for drinking, food preparation, washing, cleaning, etc. Access to adequate, clean water will greatly contribute to improved health and better productivity. Secondly, there are distinct population groups …

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Seed Provision

One of the most important inputs in agriculture is. Without seeds there is no next season’s crop. The genetic traits embodied within seeds reflect and determine the nature of farming systems dependent on them. The genetic and physical characteristics of seed determine the productivity in line with the use of …

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Agriculture

Ethiopia is a major agricultural producer, with 41% of the GDP deriving from the sector. Agriculture contributes to as much as 90% of the revenue from export, while at the same time secures 85% of all employment. The agriculture sector mainly has two components, crop production and animal production. Animal …

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