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  1. Library Resource
    Conference Papers & Reports
    March, 1984
    Ethiopia

    It soon became apparent that soil degradation in the Ethiopian Highlands may be posing a threat not only in terms of the physical loss of soils, but also in terms of deteriorating, soil chemical fertility. This study has therefore emphasized both the physical and chemical deterioration of soils due to degradation.

  2. Library Resource
    Conference Papers & Reports
    January, 1972
    Ethiopia, Africa

    The Second United Nations Regional Cartographic Conference for Africa held at Tunis in September 1966, the Niger in association with Madagascar; presented a resolution recommending that the ECA organize a seminar on cadastre. It was hoped that such a seminar would enable the Niger to become acquainted with and compare the latest methods used by certain African countries and possibly to benefit from their experience in establishing a cadastre in the Niger.

  3. Library Resource
    Reports & Research
    December, 2001
    Ethiopia, Africa

    The Government of Ethiopia drew up a long-term industrial strategy in 1994

    known as Agricultural Development-Led Industrialization (ADLI). The

    Government is convinced that agriculture is the engine that can propel the

    socio-economic development of Ethiopia by providing the basis for

    industrialization and necessary surplus for the expansion of other sectors of

    the economy. The ADLI strategy gives priority to the development of

    agriculture as a primary stimulus for the sustainable growth of agro-industry

  4. Library Resource
    Conference Papers & Reports
    November, 1970
    Ethiopia

    Of the nation's 122.2 million hectares of total area, 84.1 million hectares of land and 12.1 million hectares of water and water courses comprise the potentially productive cultivable land and water resources of the nation. At present, only 10.4 per cent of the total land area i.e. 12.9 million hectares is put under cultivation of which 9 to 91/2 million hectares have actually "been planted and harvested. Agriculture, the dominant sector of the country's economy is not only a goldmine in terms of potential but also a real source of wealth.

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