4 edition of Population and resource base of Ethiopia found in the catalog.
Population and resource base of Ethiopia
Includes bibliographical references (p. 54-55).
|LC Classifications||HB3662.A3 A94 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 55 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||55|
|LC Control Number||2003408185|
Ethiopia's urban population has been studied more intensively than the rural population because of the greater availability of data (see for example Abate, ), but little information is available in the literature on the census (Kidane, a). Population Structure of Ethiopia The population pyramids in Figure 4 show the population’s age structure in base year , in , and in The fertility decline is visible in the decreasing size of the pyramid base over time, as more of the population File Size: KB.
Ethiopia Natural Resources E thiopia has abundant natural resources, such as land, minerals, and gas. Gold, copper, potash, platinum, and natural gas lie beneath the surface of the earth in this part of the world, and in , mining reportedly contributed US $ million to the country’s economy. tons of CO2e) in more than 12 million hectares of forests and wood lands. Due to the increase in population and the resulting expansion of agricultural activities, irrespective of the government effort of increasing the forest resource base, the forests resources of the country are being lost at an alarming rate. In the context of Ethiopia’s.
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More than 70% of Ethiopia’s population is still employed in the agricultural sector, but services have surpassed agriculture as the principal source of GDP. Ethiopia has the lowest level of income-inequality in Africa and one of the lowest in the world, with a Gini coefficient comparable to.
This book demonstrates how the relationship between society and environment is inherently and delicately interwoven, providing an account of Ethiopia’s current environment and natural resource base and future considerations for environmentally sustainable development.
and strain the natural resource base, as the rural population increases Ethiopia’s maternal mortality remains among the highest in the world, with the maternal mor-tality ratio estimated to be around maternal deaths perbirths in Improved access to family planning and other reproductiveFile Size: 1MB.
The current rural and urban distribution of % and % will gradually reach % and % () with respective growth rates of % and % per year (CSA, ). Vulnerable groups (aged up to 14) will account for 34% of the population, which emphasises the growing importance of File Size: KB.
Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Statistical tables for the population and housing census of Ethiopia [electronic resource] in SearchWorks catalog. ETHIOPIA’S NATURAL RESOURCES BASE, ITS LAND, WATER, FORESTS AND TREES ARE THE FOUNDATION OF ANY ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, FOOD SECURITY AND OTHER BASIC NECESSITIES OF ITS PEOPLE.
SMALLHOLDER AGRICULTURE IS THE DOMINANT SECTOR THAT PROVIDES OVER 85 PERCENT OF THE TOTAL EMPLOYMENT AND FOREIGN EXCHANGE EARNINGS AND APPROXIMATELY 55 PERCENT. Gemii,' Gram: Issues of Human Resources Development and from 70 per cent to 40 per cent for Africa in particular.
The world illiteracy rate had fallen below 50 per cent in the late s, and by mids, the illiteracy rate of developing countries had fallen to 38 per cent, an extraordinary performance. TheFile Size: KB. The following paragraphs are based on United Nations recommendations on census taking : Census: Definition Population “ A population census is the total process of collecting, compiling, evaluating, analysing and publishing or otherwise disseminating demographic, economic File Size: KB.
The definition of the tax base is then done by identifying the relevant resource base. The representative tax rate is determined by using the tax base and the revenue collected from corresponding tax base.
In situations where there are statutorily defined tax rates, these rates are Size: KB. growth rates are increasing population density and number of people below poverty line. Population pressure contributes to land degradation and soil erosion, thus affecting productive resource base of the economy.
The increasing population numbers and growing affluence have resulted in rapid growth of. resources, land degradation, low economic development, and weak institutions. Furthermore, with a population of almost80 million people, Ethiopia is the second most populous country in Africa, and has a relatively rapid annual population growth rate of %.File Size: 1MB.
Ethiopia’s Population Growth-It’s Consequence. The overpopulation in Ethiopia is concerning. The population is approaching the million mark. With the increase of population comes adverse problems such as scarcity of resources, rampant corruption, and a rise in crimes.
With about million people (), Ethiopia is the second most populous nation in Africa after Nigeria, and the fastest growing economy in the region. However, it is also one of the poorest, with a per capita income of $ Ethiopia aims to reach lower-middle-income status by Ethiopia’s economy experienced strong, broad-based growth.
Reserves of gold, platinum, potash, etc., are some of Ethiopia's major natural resources. Volcanoes with sulphuric deposits in Ethiopia.
Ethiopia is a nation in the Horn of Africa region. Eritrea borders Ethiopia to the north while Somalia and Djibouti are located to the east of the state. Sudan and the recently formed state of South Sudan are Author: Ferdinand Bada. The World Bank Ethiopia Resilient Landscapes and Livelihoods Project (P) Page 8 of I.
STRATEGIC CONTEXT A. Country Context 1. Ethiopia is a large, land-locked, and diverse country. Located in the Horn of Africa, Ethiopia covers an area of million km2 - about the size of France and Spain combined.
With an estimated populationFile Size: 1MB. Lesson 10 Population Policy and Projection Aynalem Adugna The rates for subsequent years (based on the census) are as follows: Source  The table above suggests that population growth rates in Ethiopia peaked at in the –File Size: KB.
NOTE: 1) The information regarding Ethiopia on this page is re-published from the World Fact Book of the United States Central Intelligence Agency and other sources.
No claims are made regarding the accuracy of Ethiopia Energy information contained here. Among the most noticeable demographic features of Ethiopia are high rates of population growth, high fertility, and high mortality rates.
According to the medium variant projections of the Central Statistical Authority (CSA), the population of Ethiopia is estimated at about million in Cited by: 1. The total population in Ethiopia was estimated at million people inaccording to the latest census figures and projections from Trading Economics.
Looking back, in the year ofEthiopia had a population of million people. This page provides the latest reported value for - Ethiopia Population - plus previous releases, historical high and low, short-term forecast and long. Ethiopia is a predominantly agricultural country – more than 80% of the population lives in rural areas – that is in the early stages of demographic transition.
Infant, child, and maternal mortality have fallen sharply over the past decade, but the total fertility rate has declined more slowly and the population continues to grow. In the urban population constituted only % of the total population. However, there are considerable regional variations in the level of urbanization.
Inthe level ranged between % in Gamo Gofa and % in Shewa. As in many other developing countries the rate of growth of the urban population in Ethiopia is higherFile Size: KB.Discover the best Ethiopia History in Best Sellers.
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Hardcover.population on natural resources will get minimal. Fig Trends in population size in Ethiopia during Sources: Assefa  PHCC  .
Fig Trend of population growth rate of Ethiopia during – Sources: Assefa  Age and Sex Composition Population composition refers to the characteristics of aFile Size: KB.