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Ethiopia : Well-Being and Poverty in Ethiopia, The Role of Agriculture and Agency

ACCESS TO SERVICES ADULT TRAINING AGRICULTURAL GROWTH AGRICULTURAL PERFORMANCE AGRICULTURAL SECTOR ANNUAL GROWTH CAPACITY BUILDING CAPITA GROWTH COMMUNITY CHARACTERISTICS CONSUMPTION GROWTH CONSUMPTION INEQUALITY CONSUMPTION POVERTY DEVELOPMENT INDICATORS DEVELOPMENT PARTNERS ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC GROWTH ECONOMIC MANAGEMENT ECONOMIC MEMORANDUM ECONOMIC POLICY ECONOMIC REFORMS ECONOMIC STUDIES ECONOMICS EDUCATED PEOPLE EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT EMPLOYMENT STATUS EXPENDITURE SURVEY FAMINE FERTILITY FOOD AID FOOD CONSUMPTION FOOD SECURITY GDP GENDER INEQUALITIES GROWTH PATTERNS GROWTH RATES HEADCOUNT HEALTH SURVEY HOUSEHOLD HOUSEHOLD CONSUMPTION HOUSEHOLD DATA HOUSEHOLD HEAD ILLNESS IMPROVED ACCESS INCOME INCOME POVERTY LABOR FORCE LABOR FORCE SURVEY LAND INEQUALITY LITERACY LONG RUN MALNUTRITION MARGINAL RETURNS MEDIUM TERM MONETARY TERMS NATIONAL ACCOUNTS NEGATIVE EFFECT NUTRITION NUTRITIONAL STATUS PARTICIPATORY POVERTY PARTICIPATORY POVERTY ASSESSMENT PER CAPITA GROWTH POLICY ACTIONS POLICY IMPLICATIONS POLICY INTERVENTIONS POLICY RESEARCH POLITICAL STABILITY POPULATION SHARE POVERTY POVERTY DYNAMICS POVERTY GAP POVERTY HEADCOUNT POVERTY INCIDENCE POVERTY LEVELS POVERTY LINES POVERTY PROFILE POVERTY REDUCING POVERTY REDUCTION POVERTY REDUCTION STRATEGY POVERTY STATUS PRIMARY SCHOOL PRO-POOR PUBLIC EXPENDITURE PUBLIC EXPENDITURE REVIEW PUBLIC INVESTMENT PUBLIC SERVICE PUBLIC SPENDING PURCHASING POWER PARITY RELATIVE IMPORTANCE RESEARCH INSTITUTE RURAL AREAS RURAL ECONOMY RURAL HOUSEHOLDS RURAL POPULATION RURAL POVERTY SAMPLE SURVEYS SECONDARY DATA SERVICE DELIVERY SERVICE SECTOR SOCIAL GROUPS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT TASK TEAM LEADER URBAN AREAS URBAN HOUSEHOLDS URBAN POPULATION URBAN POVERTY
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Washington, DC
Africa | East Africa | Sub-Saharan Africa | Ethiopia
2012-06-21T20:14:07Z | 2012-06-21T20:14:07Z | 2005-07

A decade and a half of relative peace and political stability, broad economic reforms, and far-reaching political decentralization have brought Ethiopia back from one of its lowest levels of income per capita to one of its highest levels over the past forty years. At the same time, Gross Domestic Product per capita today is still only slightly above the levels reached in the early 1970 underscoring the deep-rooted and complex nature of poverty in Ethiopia. The positive developments at the macro level beg the questions of how well the Ethiopian people themselves fared during this period and what can be done to improve their lives further. These are the two overarching questions this study attempts to address, with a larger emphasis on analyzing the relative importance of the different determinants of people's well-being and their policy implications in light of the upcoming revision of Ethiopia's Sustainable Development and Poverty Reduction Strategy (SDPRP). In particular, the study seeks to identify areas of intervention to improve people's well-being and to provide the behavioral foundations for developing sector specific policies. For a comprehensive treatment of the challenges and opportunities related to the different sectors, the study refers to the World Bank Country Status Reports on Health, Education and Rural Development.

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