From Household to Region: Factor Market Constraints to Income and Food Security in a Highly Diverse Environment – South Wollo, Ethiopia
University of Kentucky
Addis Ababa University, Institute of Development Research (IDR) (Ethiopia); Institute for Development Anthropology (IDA); Land Tenure Center (LTC) University of Wisconsin Madison (US)
Alula Pankhurst, Yigremew Adal, Yeraswork Admassie, Dejene Aredo, Workneh Negatu, Mulat Demeke, Melaku Eshetu, Tegegne Gebre-Egziabher, Degafa Tollasa (Ethiopia); Alfonso Peter Castro, Gary Gaile, Michael M. Horowitz, Scott McDonald, Michael Shin, Charlotte Johnson-Welch, Michael Roth (US)
This project examined the factors contributing to food insecurity in South Wollo, Ethiopia at the intrahousehold, household, community, and regional levels. The research sought to understand the constraints contributing to food insecurity, access to land and financial resources in this region which has three distinct agro-ecological settings and is in close proximity to important markets.