Conference name, dates, place
International Conference on Contemporary Development Issues in Ethiopia, August 16-18, 2001, Kalamazoo, Michigan
Ethiopia is one of the economically poor nations in the world. It doesn’t take effort to identify what economic and social problem characterizes our country. Underemployment, malnutrition, subsistence farming, deforestation, erosion, poor transport and telecommunication services, inadequate access to drinking water and health care, high mortality and birth rates, low life expectancy, etc. All these are recipes of what can be considered as individuals living below poverty line, however specific it may be defined. A host of problems face our country. The solution, therefore become complicated because strategies to solve one problem may accelerates others. These problems are the result of not only the less literature and poor households but also decades of inappropriate policies, pressures form international financial institutions, etc. has compounded the problem.
WMU ScholarWorks Citation
Hailu, Temesghen, "Does the Ethiopian in the Diaspora Have a Role in Ethiopia’s Development?" (2001). International Conference on African Development Archives. 9.