This research focuses on climate change mitigation and adaptation in Ethiopia, estimating the costs of action and the benefits of a range of economic, social, and environmental impacts.

This Country Focus Report (CFR) for Ethiopia reviews the role of the private sector in the financing of climate change and green growth. It explores the scope for harnessing natural capital to finance adaptation and mitigation to climate change and to promote green growth.

An estimated 3.6 billion people – almost half the global population – live without access to safely managed sanitation. These figures come with a devastating human cost: each day, around 1000 children under 5 years of age die from diarrheal diseases attributed directly or indirectly to unsafe water, sanitation and hand hygiene.

Climate change-related events undermine children’s educational attainment, exposing them to child labour, hazardous work and forced migration.

The goal of this study is to assess the potential of game-based experiential learning in raising awareness and stimulating discussions about groundwater resource systems, the social dilemma in groundwater management, and the need for institutional arrangements (rules) governing this shared resource, as well as whether such awareness and communit

Since late 2020, much of the Horn of Africa region has been experiencing severe drought . As of December 2022, many areas are now within their fifth consecutive failed rainy season and a sixth failed rainy season is predicted for 2023.

The Horn of Africa continues to face its worst drought in 40 years, and this right after the region faced the worst desert locust upsurge in 70 years.

This report summarizes the evidence-based and costed country roadmaps for effective public interventions to transform agriculture and food systems in Ethiopia, Malawi, and Nigeria in a way that ends hunger, makes diets healthier and more affordable, improves the productivity and incomes of small-scale producers and their households, and mitigate

In drought affected areas of Kenya, Ethiopia and Somalia, 22 million people are acutely food insecure and 5.1 million children are acutely malnourished.

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused huge economic disruptions that affect food and nutrition security in many low- and middle-income countries (LMICs).