Ethiopia is the second most populous country in Sub-Saharan Africa, also one of the world’s poorest countries. Climate variability has increased in Ethiopia making the poor more vulnerable.
This Report provides information on Ethiopia's Climate tracking and reporting across Irish Aid programmes, information on the status of climate change in country, including climate policy context,
This Report provides information for 2017 on Ethiopia's Climate tracking and reporting across Irish Aid programmes, information on the status of climate change in country, including climate policy
International and national policymakers are promoting investment in low carbon climate resilient development (LCCRD) to address the challenges and opportunities provided by climate change.
This Working Paper brings together evidence from four of the least developed countries – Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Nepal and Rwanda – to show how countries can use climate finance to invest in inclusiv
Ethiopia in East Africa has a population of over 90 million people and its territory covers 1,127,127 sq km.