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Challenges in Moving to "Health Information for Action": An Infrastructural Perspective From a Case Study in Tajikistan

Murodillo Abdusamadovich Latifov, Sundeep Sahay
2013 Information Technology for Development  
The first, and the primary one (Case 1), was in Tajikistan In both case studies, efforts were towards understanding the interplay between global standards and their adaptation in local contexts, with  ...  CASE STUDY We describe the case study in two parts.  ...  Based on the longitudinal case study of the Health Management Information System (HMIS) implementation in Tajikistan, the paper analyses how the adoption and usage of global standards of International  ... 
doi:10.1080/02681102.2012.751575 fatcat:oibfmrdj5revxkyo3hl4u47upq

Implementing Forest Landscape Restoration in Ethiopia

Till Pistorius, Sophia Carodenuto, Gilbert Wathum
2017 Forests  
This paper presents an empirical case study of FLR opportunities in the Amhara National Regional State, Ethiopia's largest spans of degraded and barren lands.  ...  In the context of rural Ethiopia, forest establishment and restoration provide a promising approach to reverse the widespread land degradation, which is exacerbated by climate change and food insecurity  ...  Acknowledgments: The Forest Governance Program of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) commissioned this study to UNIQUE forestry and land use GmbH and financially supported  ... 
doi:10.3390/f8030061 fatcat:usxhhhbeijbujlalp7z44l4vqa

Defining Priority Land Covers that Secure the Livelihoods of Urban and Rural People in Ethiopia: a Case Study Based on Citizens' Preferences

Marine Elbakidze, Mersha Gebrehiwot, Per Angelstam, Taras Yamelynets, Diana Surová
2018 Sustainability  
Stressing the need for a bottom-up stakeholder perspective, we identify and map land covers that deliver multiple ecosystem services that are important for the livelihoods of rural and urban citizens in  ...  First, we interviewed 400 urban and rural residents to identify the land covers that deliver desired ecosystem services in three agroecological zones, representing a steep gradient in the livelihood conditions  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su10061701 fatcat:lalz3rbdabgijh5a6gbjh56ayu

Mobile Money System Design for Illiterate Users in Rural Ethiopia [chapter]

Mesfin F. Woldmariam, Gheorghita Ghinea, Solomon Atnafu, Tor-Morten Grønli
2014 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
total digital money in the system.  ...  However, research indicates that rural communities that cannot read and write have a challenge entering such numbers in to mobile money system.  ...  From the illiterate users' perspective both menu based interface design and money representations have challenges.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-07635-5_47 fatcat:q3tx5uekcba55jfbfatvnydg5y

Innovating social connectedness for agricultural innovations in eastern Ethiopia

Desalegn Yadeta Wedajo, Mideksa Fufa Jilito, Fatih Yildiz
2020 Cogent Food & Agriculture  
The social connectedness within the sort of labor-sharing arrangement, informal financial group, funeral association and inter-village link aids member's collective capacity to figure the development of  ...  This study explains how mutual support social network associations trigger agricultural innovations and the way farmers utilize such networks to spiral agricultural innovations.  ...  A study by Pankhurst (2008) enlightened that Afoosha is the most inclusive and widespread type of social network in Ethiopia, prevalent both in rural and in urban settings and inclusive of gender, wealth  ... 
doi:10.1080/23311932.2020.1809943 fatcat:ny6y2k6rn5bhnlvmek37wljozm

"Tree Is Life": The Rising of Dualism and the Declining of Mutualism among the Gedeo of Southern Ethiopia

Asebe Regassa Debelo, Abiyot Legesse, Tema Milstein, Ongaye Oda Orkaydo
2017 Frontiers in Communication  
This study investigates ecocultural discourses and practices among the Gedeo in southern Ethiopia within the contexts of globalizing commodification of nature, successive governmental extractivist and  ...  However, competing forms of knowledge introduced in the form of governance, commerce, conservation, and religion have resulted in an in-process shift from traditionally, spiritually maintained mutualist  ...  Within a short drive from Dilla 1 town in southern Ethiopia to its rural environs, one can vividly observe two contrasting aspects of human-environment relations.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fcomm.2017.00007 fatcat:6dls6zxfuvbzbfpmgdewfsmxgy

Gender, Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Security in Ethiopia: A Critical Review

2020 International Journal of Research Studies in Agricultural Sciences  
The objective of the review is to understand the gender-differentiated roles in agriculture and food and nutrition security in Ethiopia.  ...  Smallholder rain-fed agriculture, which is the mainstay of rural communities in Ethiopia, is negatively affected by climate change.  ...  roles in agriculture and food security in Ethiopia.  Understand the gender-differentiated impacts of climate change on agriculture and food security in Ethiopia.  Identify the gender gaps in the agricultural  ... 
doi:10.20431/2454-6224.0601002 fatcat:q2w2eaijyrdwlgpkhwhuu3k4ji

Gender, Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Security in Ethiopia: A Critical Review

2020 International Journal of Research Studies in Agricultural Sciences  
The objective of the review is to understand the gender-differentiated roles in agriculture and food and nutrition security in Ethiopia.  ...  Identify appropriate responses to close the gender gap in the agricultural sector in order to achieve gender equality and food security.  ...  roles in agriculture and food security in Ethiopia.  Understand the gender-differentiated impacts of climate change on agriculture and food security in Ethiopia.  Identify the gender gaps in the agricultural  ... 
doi:10.20431/2454-6224.0602003 fatcat:eoabjzjpivh5fn2qulqrmislqm

EFFECT OF INSTITUTIONAL PILLARS ON SMALL AND MICRO ENTERPRISES FIRM PERFORMANCE IN ETHIOPIA

Endres Ahmed Mohammed
2020 International Review of Management and Marketing  
be assessed in Ethiopian case.  ...  of idea and their resource endowment constant, in micro and small enterprise in Ethiopia.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The author would like to thank JIGJIGA UNIVERSITY for financial support and sponsor this research project, otherwise would be difficult to realize it.  ... 
doi:10.32479/irmm.9131 fatcat:sinv46hrujhy3h652r6yy3jhya

Natural resource degradation tendencies in Ethiopia: a review

Simachew Bantigegn Wassie
2020 Environmental Systems Research  
Results In Ethiopia, natural resources are under the influence of various interconnected factors like population pressure, agricultural expansion, migration, rapid urbanization, resettlement, climate change  ...  again are intensifying the degradation of available resources in a vicious circle.  ...  Acknowledgements The author would like to thank Tatek Belay, PhD candidate in Bahir Dar University, Ethiopia for his constructive comments and suggestions in improving the article.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40068-020-00194-1 fatcat:opmzmmrd6fdjneyealnccixlzy

Controversial Connections: The Water-Energy-Food Nexus in the Blue Nile Basin of Ethiopia

Detlef Müller-Mahn, Million Gebreyes
2019 Land  
The empirical material comes from a case study of the Fincha-Amerti-Neshe scheme that was implemented in three consecutive stages over almost half a century, combining dams, hydro-power plants, large-scale  ...  Based on critical theoretical debates and extensive field research in Ethiopia, the paper broadens the nexus perspective by integrating the three analytical dimensions of time, space, and power.  ...  The authors also wish to thank the three anonymous reviewers for their valuable comments. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflicts of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/land8090135 fatcat:52enh2v7orfirf2samavuwywse

Concept for Ecotourism Industry: Over View from out to in (Ethiopia). A Review Articles

2020 Journal of Tourism, Hospitality and Sports  
To sustain sustainable development for the long run from the sector, balancing those impacts and giving attention towards peace and security as well as infrastructure development is crucial as the ecotourism  ...  Ethiopia is a country of land of multiple tourist attractions and a visitor friendly people who are conscious of its historical, cultural and natural heritages in its regions.  ...  Ecotourism SWOT analysis in Ethiopia By definition, ecotourism prefers small number of tourists but in many cases, control and monitoring of the carrying capacities of target areas is often difficult.  ... 
doi:10.7176/jths/51-02 fatcat:uwwiibl2rzabporzpbthtjc4mq

Challenges for Security Threat of Ethiopia in Using Subaltern Realist Security Theory Perspective

Tagesse Abebe Sugebo, Commercial Bank of Ethiopia, Wachemo Branch, Hossana, Ethiopia, Addisalem Tadesse Bogale, College of Business and Economics, Ambo University, Woliso Campus, Oromia; Ethiopia
2021 Journal of Economics & Management Research  
Subaltern is the postcolonial approach to study international relation from the week states' perspective.  ...  The paper is applied as a framework to explain security threats in Ethiopia and reviewed papers that are writing on Ethiopian national security.  ...  Basing on criticisms towards traditional approach to security from the third world perspective, the scholars propose new theoretical lens, which can help to understand better third world security.  ... 
doi:10.47363/jesmr/2021(2)144 fatcat:mtuxdeodzzdeji4epz3y3zvqea

Importance of non-timber forest production in sustainable forest management, and its implication on carbon storage and biodiversity conservation in Ethiopia
English

Melaku Melese Solomon
2016 International Journal of Biodiversity and Conservation  
This study tries to review available and accessible literatures on role of NTFPs in sustainable forest management including sociological approach, economic approach, ecosystem approach, technological approach  ...  The use of NTFPs has received attention in light of their perceived potential to address both poverty reduction and tropical forest conservation.  ...  Domestication of the species in question is another alternative in cases where exploitation of NTFPs from the wild cannot be sustainable.  ... 
doi:10.5897/ijbc2015.0919 fatcat:rtj2fte3jzfxvjmr4wsw3r2srq

The Water-Energy-Food Nexus Beyond "Technical Quick Fix": The Case of Hydro-Development in the Blue Nile Basin, Ethiopia

Detlef Müller-Mahn, Million Gebreyes, Jeremy Allouche, Annapia Debarry
2022 Frontiers in Water  
This paper builds upon empirical material from a case study of two dam sites in Ethiopia to revisit nexus narratives from a political ecology perspective.  ...  The paper calls for a broadening of nexus perspectives in order to better acknowledge the social complexity of hydro-development in local contexts, to understand the political construction of scarcity,  ...  This paper builds upon empirical material from a case study in Ethiopia to revisit nexus narratives from a political ecology perspective.  ... 
doi:10.3389/frwa.2022.787589 fatcat:7o3ytcphzff6bep7ollvje52v4
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