By increasing investment in Ethiopian productivity, the hypothesis is an overall economic growth in the rural regions of the country will rise. By increasing prosperity throughout Ethiopia, Ethiopians when presently linked to efforts promoting greater economic opportunities for vulnerable populations in Hungry and Pastoral Ethiopians.
This presentation is based on AMA Innovation Lab projects for the Collaborative Research Council Meeting. This meeting provided an opportunity for USAID staff members and mission staff from USAID/Tanzania, Ethiopia, Uganda, and Mozambique to join their agricultural research and development partners to discuss existing programs and future directions for advancing efforts along the research to development continuum.
This presentation was presented by Semachew Kassahun from USAID and took place in Morogoro, Tanzania.