Conference name, dates, place
International Conference on Development Studies in Ethiopia, July 11-12, 2003, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
While the developed world benefits from the modern explosion in technology, countries such as Ethiopia are still reliant on the methods of there fore fathers for essential every day tasks like farming, cooling and provision of clean water. These tasks are often physically demanding, very costly in terms of time and energy, and, in many such societies, are often carried out by female members of the family. Additionally, they may cause damage to the local ecology and environment such as the deforestation and soil erosion arising from the use of trees for firewood. Western technologies are of little or no use in these environments as they are often too complex, too costly, inappropriate and difficult to maintain in developing societies.
WMU ScholarWorks Citation
Gizaw, Berhanu, "Blending of Traditional and Modern Technologies Through Science" (2003). International Conference on African Development Archives. 67.