Ethiopia Fact Sheet

Originally published on August 26, 2014.

Due to droughts and limited space for food production, Ethiopia has long grappled with food insecurity. This fact sheet highlights our efforts to strengthen producer groups while integrating nutrition for vulnerable groups in Ethiopia since 2004. Updated February 2016.

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