Study on the human dimensions of the financial crisis in Ethiopia. Final Report.
This report represents the findings from the study that was carried out between February and April 2011 to assess the Human Dimensions of the Financial Crisis in Ethiopia. The main objective of the study was to assess the impact of the Global Financial and Economic Crisis in Ethiopia from two related dimensions: the economic and the human dimensions with a particular focus on the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) mandate areas including sexual and reproductive health (SRH), gender and HIV/AIDS, and data gaps and new challenges posed by the recent phenomenon of climate change.
The study covered a representative sample drawn from pastoralist areas, urban centers, emerging regions and the larger regional states of the country. A total of 1,200 households i.e. proxy to the individuals were sampled for the study for both the qualitative and quantitative phases. Particular considerations were made to include the vulnerable groups especially young girls, women and children, populations living in food insecure and vulnerable regions, and men and women in urban and rural areas.
Lulit Mitik Beyene; Emezat Hailu Mengesha; Zelalem Hailegiorgis. Study on the human dimensions of the financial crisis in Ethiopia. UNFPA Ethiopia, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia (2011) 146 pp.