Outcomes from workshops, meetings, conferences, etc. are listed here.
- 2011-04-30 | ethiopia Consultative Expert Group Meeting on Climate and Development Program of Africa This high-level experts consultation meeting was organized by African Climate Policy Center (ACPC-UNECA) in order to design detailed implementation plan of the work program for ACPC. It took place from 26-27 April 2011, at the UN conference Center, in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
- 2011-04-15 Forest Tenure Impact Evaluation Workshop, April 21, 2011 The Environment for Development initiative arranged a Forest Tenure Impact Evaluation Workshop in connection to the World Bank’s annual conference on land and poverty in Washington D.C. on April 18-20. Recent developments in forest management institutions in Ethiopia, Kenya and Tanzania were reviewed during this workshop, and a potential impact evaluation program for forest tenure reform in East Africa was discussed. The workshop was held on Thursday April 21 and was open for all conference participants.
- 2011-04-13 | ethiopia | Agriculture Policy design Land and forest tenure reforms workshop in Ethiopia, February 21-22, 2011 Land reforms have played a central role in the political economy of many countries in the world and have been subject to massive disagreements between different political interest groups and ideologies. EfD funded project aims to draw lessons from land reforms in several African and Asian countries. The findings will be presented in a book edited by Professors Stein Holden and Keijiro Otsuko, entitled Land Tenure Reforms: Impacts on Poverty and Natural Resource Management. What Can We Learn?
- 2011-04-04 Sustainable Food and Nutrition Security under Changing Climatic Conditions Sustainable food and nutrition security under changing climatic conditions is organized by German Agro Action in Addis Ababa between March 09-11, 2011. Efd Ethiopia research fellow Dr. Zenebe Gebreegziabher presented a paper on the workshop entitled Efficiency and productivity of small farmers and implications for food security: evidence in Ethiopia.