Shuntaro Takahashi Ethiopia Process of urbanization and structural change for an effective reduction of poverty Statement of the research question Ethiopia is a country located in the eastern part of Africa which is the oldest independent country in the continent as it has never been colonized by a European power, making it a nation with rich culture and heritage. It is also the second most populous country in Africa after Nigeria, with an estimated population of almost 100 million in 2015 according
rise in the number of road traffic deaths since 2010, of which 84% are low- or middle-income countries and highest rates are still in the African Region. The situation in Ethiopia is not different from the above scenario. Despite the growing burden of road traffic injuries, road safety has received insufficient attention in Ethiopia. With a least vehicle ownership Africa, the country stands as one of the worst countries with respect to road safety performance. An
Over 85% of the population in Ethiopia lives in the rural areas and depend on subsistence agriculture (Yohannis, 2010). Ethiopian rural women reside in the rural areas and they make significant contribution to agriculture to ensure food security and are majority of the farm labor force. Women in the rural produce over half of the food required by family. A major chunk of women’s labor force in production system is invested in weeding, harvesting, house hold, animal care, marketing, post harvesting
CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background Water pollution is an immense set of unwanted effects upon water bodies such as lakes, rivers, oceans and groundwater that caused by human activities. This matter requires urgent attention, since water is scarce. This important resource needs detailed scientific research all over the world in order to sustain and keep the water resource from pollution and for its wise utilization. However, no water in nature is
Relations Committee, where she chairs the first subcommittee ever to focus on global women’s issues. A national leader on environmental protection, Senator Boxer is the ranking member on the U.S. Senate’s Committee on Environment and Public Works (EPW).
variety of forms of health and health issues that impact the globe. Many of these issues we see in our everyday life and experience them personally. He hits many topics of Health such as nutritional health, food security, under and over nutrition, diseases, reproductive health, mental health and many other concepts as well. In my summary I will be hitting on multiple of those topics and discussing how Snarr used them in terms of global issues. I will start with nutritional health. This subject is probably
is 3,048,631 and living in 10 sub-cities and 99 kebeles divided for administrative purpose. It is center for modern economic and social activities because of the infrastructure services are found relatively in better situation than other cities of Ethiopia. In particular, the complete inadequacy of the solid waste management is major environmental problem in Addis Ababa. Waste is disposed off through informal means, except smaller percentage going to incineration, dumped on open sites, drainage channels
According to official statistics, real GDP growth averaged 11%over the past eight years, making Ethiopia the fastest growing non-oil-producing country in Africa. The government plays an active role in economic development by channeling foreign investment and other financial resources to the sectors it believes can contribute most to economic growth. It has invested heavily in infrastructure, education and health, which has created an environment conducive to economic growth.
TFor most of human existence on earth, humanity’s numbers have been few. When people first started to cultivate food through agriculture some 12,000 years ago, the estimated world population was no more than 5 million. Two thousand years ago, world population had grown to nearly 250 million. Turning from absolute numbers to percentage growth rates, for almost the whole of human existence on earth until approximately 300 years ago, population grew at an annual rate not much greater than zero (0.002%
Mental health integrates psychological, emotional, and social well-being. It is crucial to a person’s quality of life and general happiness. Culture, language, ethnicity, and religion play a significant role in the interpretation of mental health causes. Multiple studies show that after displaying symptoms of mental health issues or being diagnosed with mental health issues, a person is vulnerable to judgment such as being branded as socially inadequate, and are associated with resulting embarrassment