• 15-April-2016


    Key Issues affecting Youth in Ethiopia

    The article contains general information on youth-related issues in Ethiopia.

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  • 15-April-2016


    Youth Inclusion project - Ethiopia

    According to the 2007 Census, young people aged 15-24 comprise 20.1% of the total population. This page will present an overview of resent work on youth in the country.

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  • 15-July-2015


    OSAA-OECD high-level event on leveraging pension funds for financing infrastructure development in Africa

    Addis Ababa - Part of the 3rd International Conference on Financing for Development, this event explored strategies to leverage Africa’s pension funds and other sources of private financing to develop Africa’s infrastructure. Ways to improve the investment climate in Africa using the recently updated Policy Framework for Investment were also be addressed.

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  • 14-July-2015


    Tax Side Events: Third International Conference on Financing for Development, Addis Ababa

    These three tax events held on the side-lines of the 3rd International Conference on Financing for Development in Addis Ababa were organised by the OECD in partnership with UN-DESA and UNDP, and with support from a geographically wide and diverse coalition of partners including governments, regional tax organisations and civil society.

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  • 28-April-2014


    Insight Blog - Wake up and save the coffee: Making development climate-resilient

    A new OECD report describes what Ethiopia and Columbia are doing to sustain development in a changing climate.

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  • 22-April-2014


    Climate Resilience in Development Planning - Experiences in Colombia and Ethiopia

    Climate-related disasters have inflicted increasingly high losses on developing countries, and with climate change, these losses are likely to worsen. Improving country resilience against climate risks is therefore vital for achieving poverty reduction and economic development goals. This report discusses the current state of knowledge on how to build climate resilience in developing countries. It argues that climate-resilient development requires moving beyond the climate-proofing of existing development pathways, to consider economic development objectives and resilience priorities in parallel. Achieving this will require political vision and a clear understanding of the relation between climate and development, as well as an adapted institutional set-up, financing arrangements, and progress monitoring and evaluation. The report also discusses two priorities for climate-resilient development: disaster risk management and the involvement of the private sector. The report builds on a growing volume of country experiences on building climate resilience into national development planning. Two country case studies, Ethiopia and Colombia, are discussed in detail.
  • 17-May-2012

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    DFID'S Education Programme in Three East African Countries: Ethiopia, Rwanda and Tanzania

    The ICAI report says that these countries the UK has succeeded in boosting enrolment substantially but ICAI raises concerns that the quality of education being provided is so low that it detracts from the development impact.

  • 16-June-2011

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    Ethiopia: Productive Safety Net Project

    Assistance to the transition from an ad hoc emergency system to tackle food insecurity was provided through support for this project. The emphasis on moving from relief to a more productive and development-oriented safety net also aligned the project with wider World Bank objectives.

  • 6-June-2011


    African Economic Outlook 2011

    The 2011 African Economic Outlook was launched at the African Development Bank’s Annual Meetings in Lisbon, Portugal on 6 June, 2011.

  • 8-March-2011

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    Country Assistance Evaluation of Ethiopia, 1999-2009

    The Bank has participated within an increasingly better functioning framework of budget support in Ethiopia reflected in the lesser problems with disbursement that have been encountered.

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