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Assistance to Land Use  Planning: Ethiopia. Provisional Soil Association Map of Ethiopia cover image
Training Resources & Tools
January 1970

The 1: 2 000 000 Soil Associations map is based on

the Geomorphology and Soils map, at 1: 1 000 000 scals, prepared

by the FAO/UNDP Eth/78/003, Assistance to Land Use PlJ

Project in 1981 It incorporates some new information ob%,3 _

since the finalizing of the Geomorphology and soils map.

January 1970

This report is the result of a two-year study of Letlliakane Agricultural District (LetAD), carried out by the Agricultura! Land Use Planners of the Ministry of Agriculture (Central Region). The

main objective of the study is to provide planners, agricultural extension staff and community leaders with sound recommendations for improved and sustainable agricultural production and

Journal Articles & Books
January 1970

This booklet is intended to guide extension service advisors and institutions who work with small-scale farmers and foresters with an interest in Carbon inance and Carbon Projects. Its aim is to support setting-up carbon projects which involve small-scale farmers.

Their participation allows them to be involved in the development and implementation of

January 1970

Rural roads promote economic development, but they also facilitate deforestation.

To explore this tradeoff, this article develops a spatially explicit model of land use

and estimates probabilities of alternative land uses as a function of land characteristics

and distance to market using a multinomial logit specification of this model.

January 1970

Farms 25/77 NQ and 27/77N0, located in North East District, were acquired by the Government

from the freeholder, Mr Blackbeard in 1990. The purchase followed the recommendations of the

consultants appointed to conduct the feasibility study of the Lower Shashe dam (SMEC, 1990), and

Journal Articles & Books
January 1970

At the request of its member countries, FAO has been carrying out global forest resources assessments (FRA) since 1947, in collaboration with countries and other partners, notably the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE). The global FRA reports on the worldwide status and trends of forest resources, their management and uses.

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