Ethiopia

Local Seed Business in the Context of Integrated Seed Sector Development

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In this paper, Integrated Seed Sector Development (ISSD) describes its guiding principles, and provide examples of how it works with the system of local seed business (LSB) in regards to ISSD Ethiopia and ISSD Uganda.

Integrated Seed Sector Development in Ethiopia: Local Seed Business Development as an Entrepreneurial Model for Community Based Seed Production in Ethiopia

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This paper aims to share the opportunities and challenges to LSB development in Ethiopia and realizing the demands of farmers within a specific market niche where socio-economic and institutional factors responsible for opportunities and challenges are discussed.

Network Analysis of Barley Seed Flows in Tigray, Ethiopia: Supporting the Design of Strategies that Contribute to On-Farm Management of Plant Genetic Resources

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The paper covers the dissemination of barley seed, and on farm management of plant genetic resources in Tigray.

The Minimum Cost of a Healthy Diet

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This report presents the findings relating to the cost and affordability of the cheapest possible diet in four study locations. In 2006, Save the Children initiated a pilot research programme to quantify the extent to which households could afford to feed their children under the age of 2, and a whole family of 5 people, with a diet meeting minimum requirements of macro and micronutrients.

Partnerships in Seed Sector Development in Ethiopia

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In this documentary, key stakeholders in the Ethiopia seed sector share their experiences with the ISSD partnership approach and a direct marketing pilot. 

ISSD National Seed Sector Assessment Briefing Notes

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Eight countries, namely, Burundi, Ethiopia, Ghana, Mali, Malawi, Mozambique, Uganda and Zambia, have participated in national seed sector assessments conducted as part of the ISSD Africa programme (Phase II)

ISSD Seed Entrepreneurship Assessment Briefing Notes

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In September of 2012, the Integrated Seed Sector Development (ISSD) programme in Africa published briefing notes assessing the seed sectors in eight countries, aimed at informing policy-makers and practitioners on the realities of farmers