Evaluating the Effectiveness of PSNP in Assuring Food Security
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BeschreibungThe safety net program, as a replacement of the different development programs failed in the past, is started to operate in Ethiopia in 2005 to bring an end to the cycle of dependence on food aid and to protect the loss of assets. However, with the exception of reports coming from woredas, there is no research undertaken to assess its sustainability/effectiveness in changing the lives of communities. The present study attempts to examine whether the program has contributed to the community in filling food gap, protecting household assets and created communal wealth, the effects of cash/grain transfers on household food consumption, role of Productive Safety Net Program constructed social services to household food security, level of household participation and integration of different programs.
PortraitYirgalem earned his BSc in Business Education from Addis Ababa University in 2006 and MSc in Disaster Risk Science & Sustainable Development from Bahir Dar University in 2010.He recently obtained his interdisciplinary MSc in Risk and Emergency Management from University of Pavia, Institute for Advanced of Pavia in Italy in 2013.
Untertitel: The Case of Wara Illu and Jama Woredas of South Wollo Zone in Amhara Region. Paperback. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
Erscheinungsdatum: November 2015
Seitenanzahl: 100 Seiten