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Ethiopia : Priorities for Ending Extreme Poverty and Promoting Shared Prosperity

SANITATION WASTE POVERTY POVERTY RISKS FARM GROWTH AGRICULTURAL GROWTH POVERTY LINE IMPACT ON POVERTY RURAL SERVICE ECONOMIC GROWTH PEOPLE INFORMAL SAFETY NETS ILLITERACY ANTENATAL CARE INCOME LAWS POVERTY RATES POVERTY ESTIMATES CALORIES NATIONAL POVERTY LINE SOCIAL RESEARCH AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT NUTRITION OUTCOMES HEALTH CARE FOOD POLICY RURAL LIVELIHOODS NATIONAL POVERTY AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION HEALTH POOR PEOPLE HOLISTIC APPROACH DISTRIBUTIONAL EFFECTS FARM INCOME RURAL POVERTY RATE SWEATSHOPS ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH RURAL POPULATION RURAL POOR CONFLICT MEASURES AGRICULTURAL OUTPUT SOCIAL STUDIES PUBLIC HEALTH LIFE EXPECTANCY SAFETY NETS POVERTY REDUCTION RURAL DWELLERS KNOWLEDGE CLEAN DRINKING WATER LACK OF CREDIT DIETS EXERCISES WORKPLACE SAVINGS CROP PRODUCTION RURAL HOUSEHOLD IRON RURAL HOUSEHOLDS CROWDING OUT IMMUNIZATION INFECTIOUS DISEASES SOCIAL EXCLUSION PRIVATE INSURANCE MARKETS POOR HOUSEHOLD HOUSEHOLD HEAD INSURANCE MARKETS INTERVENTION RURAL INCOME INCOME GROWTH FOOD PRICE FARM EMPLOYMENT MIGRATION TRANSFERS OBSERVATION INTERNATIONAL POVERTY LINE VIOLENCE REMOTE DISTRICTS MARKETING SMALLHOLDER AGRICULTURE POOR RURAL HOUSEHOLDS HOUSEHOLD INCOME POVERTY MAPS ESTIMATES OF POVERTY POLLUTION EMPLOYMENT INCOME DISASTERS HOUSEHOLD SURVEYS FOLIC ACID FARMERS RURAL SERVICES MIGRANTS MORTALITY HOUSEHOLD HEADS PUBLIC SAFETY NETS UNEMPLOYMENT SAFETY NET TRANSFERS HUMAN CAPITAL FOOD SECURITY WORKERS CLIMATE CHANGE DROUGHT AGED SOCIAL SERVICES FEMALE-HEADED HOUSEHOLDS SURVEILLANCE POSTNATAL CARE FARM INCOME GROWTH LIFESTYLE LAND SCARCITY HEALTH OUTCOMES RURAL INFRASTRUCTURE HYGIENE RURAL POVERTY RATES LIVESTOCK PRODUCTIVITY RURAL POVERTY COLD STORAGE AGRICULTURAL SECTOR STRESS DISADVANTAGED GROUPS DECISION MAKING RURAL RURAL WORKERS CHILD NUTRITION REFUGEES NUTRITION PUBLIC WORKS ACCESS TO MARKETS QUALITY OF LIFE PRIVATE TRANSFERS AGRICULTURAL INPUTS INTERNET RISK FACTORS CHILD MORTALITY INSURANCE FEMALE FARMERS HUMAN HEALTH WEIGHT TARGETING PREGNANT WOMEN HUMAN DEVELOPMENT INDEX RURAL POLICY LAND PRODUCTIVITY SUBSISTENCE FARMERS CHILDREN DRINKING WATER CLINICS WAR EXTREME POVERTY IRRIGATION LACK OF KNOWLEDGE OZONE ACCESS TO SERVICES RURAL AREAS POVERTY AGRICULTURAL INCOMES BIRTH ATTENDANTS CLEAN WATER WATER POLLUTION HOUSEHOLD CONSUMPTION REMOTE LOCATIONS POLIO RURAL ELECTRIFICATION AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY RISK MANAGEMENT LIVING CONDITIONS POOR STRATEGY POOR MARKET ACCESS REGISTRATION POVERTY IMPACT FAMILIES DISTRIBUTION OF ACCESS FOOD PRICES NON‐FARM INCOME REMOTE AREAS DISTRIBUTION OF LAND HEALTH SERVICES IMPLEMENTATION LAND MANAGEMENT RURAL POVERTY REDUCTION HUMAN DEVELOPMENT INEQUALITY POOR HOUSEHOLDS LIFE‐EXPECTANCY
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World Bank, Washington, DC
Africa | Ethiopia
2016-06-22T18:39:36Z | 2016-06-22T18:39:36Z | 2016-03-30

This Systematic Country Diagnostic (SCD) identifies the binding constraints to reducing extreme poverty and promoting shared prosperity in Ethiopia. Achieving those goals requires a two pronged strategy of building on the strengths of past performance as well as introducing new elements. Progress in rural livelihoods drove poverty reduction in the past and will likely do so in the future. In addition, faster, and more inclusive, private sector-led structural change and ‘getting urbanization right’ are essential going forward. The report identifies two key challenges to sustainable progress: Ethiopia needs sustainably financed infrastructure that enables private investment to flourish and reduces reliance on public borrowing. It must also strengthen feedback mechanisms that inform policymakers of what works and what doesn’t so that the aspirations of a rapidly rising and better-educated working-age population can be met. The report is structured in two parts: Part A analyses the past and Part B identifies priorities for the future.

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