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Through early warnings, embankment building and cash transfers, the World Food Programme is empowering communities facing drought and floods.
World Food Programme
New study suggests while overall rainfall is decreasing, an increase in “high-intensity” rainfall has led to more water being stored deep underground.
Conversation Media Group, the
Cover_Building resilience to climate change-related and other disasters in Ethiopia
This study reviews and documents strategic interventions by the government of Ethiopia in building resilience to natural hazards and human-induced disasters and quick recovery in recent years
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations - Headquarters
Women carrying water in Somalia.
The Horn of Africa is facing its worst drought in 40 years. Scientists suspect that a multi-year La Niña cycle has been amplified by climate change to prolong dry and hot conditions.
Conversation Media Group, the
Cover - Ethiopia VNC MTR
Ethiopia's Voluntary National Report for the Midterm Review of the Implementation of the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015-2030 (MTR SF).
Ethiopia - government
Continuing drought brings food insecurity and a risk for emerging or ongoing conflict in Kenya, Ethiopia and Somalia, as well as Iraq, Iran and Afghanistan, according to a new quarterly update that analyses finds from a global early warning tool.
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Office - IHE DELFT Institute for Water Education
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 This study traces the role of climate discourses in impeding progress towards socially transformative outcomes through the lens of Ethiopia’s flagship Productive Safety Net Programme (PSNP).
Global Environmental Change: Human and Policy Dimensions
Flooding in Careiro Da Varzea Brazil 2016
How do floods affect people, especially the poorer population, living in flood-prone areas? What attracts them to settle in these areas and how do they cope with the impacts of floods?
World Bank, the
This research compared change detection and histogram thresholding methods using co-polarization (VV) and cross-polarization (VH) images for flood mapping in the Akaki catchment, Ethiopia, where Addis Ababa city is located.
Natural Hazards Research (KeAi - ScienceDirect)
Degradation of ecosystems is widely understood as a major driver of disaster risk and a key component of vulnerability, with the potential to threaten communities and livelihoods. Recognising these interlinkages is critical to ensure community resilience.
Wetlands International