Conference name, dates, place
International Conference on Development Studies in Ethiopia, July 11-12, 2003, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Feeding the ever-growing Ethiopian population with the continuously shrinking land holdings and nutrient depleted soils is going to be very difficult to say the least. The realistic option under the current Ethiopian scenario is to increase the food productivity per unit of land. The science and the technological options available to realize higher productivity than what the average Ethiopian farmer gets are widely available both locally and internationally. Assuming that all of the non-technical institutional and policy issues bearing on solving the famine problem in Ethiopia are addressed adequately, my perspective focuses on the technological options to curtail famine and malnutrition in the country.
WMU ScholarWorks Citation
Gebrekidan, Brhane, "Perspectives on Food Crop Production for Combating Famine in Ethiopia" (2003). International Conference on African Development Archives. 75.