Emancipating the rural population from isolation - Intermediate means of Transport - The case of Ethiopia in Sub-Saharan Africa

Abstract

This paper aims to present the role of intermediate means of transport (IMTs) in Ethiopia in a multi-modal rural transport system, and why it should be a development agenda. It includes discussion of the design of animal-drawn carts, challenges to road transport in Ethiopia, and an overview of studies in pilot woredas.

Citation

Presentation to AFCAP Practitioners Meeting, 23-25 November 2010, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 54 pp.

Emancipating the rural population from isolation - Intermediate means of Transport - The case of Ethiopia in Sub-Saharan Africa

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