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Creating employment potential in small-ruminant value chains in the Ethiopian Highlands

2017

This  paper presents the empirical findings of the analytical work of the project, Poverty Reduction through Jobs Creation along Small-Ruminant Value Chains in the Ethiopian Highlands (FMM/GLO/101/MUL). This work sought to identify the employment potential created by improvements in productivity and profitability along small-ruminant value chains in the Ethiopian highlands. By doing so, it made an important contribution towards analytical work that links small-ruminant value chain analysis with employment assessment in a rigorous and quantitative manner.

Countries: Ethiopia
Commodities: Other milk, Goat, Mutton/Sheep
Topics: Job creation and enhanced livelihoods
Personal author: Mueller B., Acero F., Estruch E
Authoring organization: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
Publisher: FAO
Type: Case study
Format: Document
References (Download): EN