“We have to come out of the political system that does not go far and far.”

Defendant of blood (Dr.), Economist

He added, “This is one of the major economists in Ethiopia, especially in the agriculture sector. Over the years, he has been an expert in theoretical, advisory, and scholarly work that has been well-known by scholars and writers, among them known and influential scholars who have been boldly criticized by the government and other entities. Among the major contributors that have contributed to the leadership in many national and international studies and researches, during the Millennium Development Goals, Ethiopia is one of the studies that argued that Ethiopia has allocated 36 billion birr for agriculture and natural resources including agriculture and natural resources. Across the African continent is also one of their largest recognitions of the Comprehensive Living Africa Agricultural Development Program (CAADP). It has contributed to the organization of this program from research into practice. The vast majority of African countries have now adopted a broad program for achieving this 10% economic plan for the agricultural sector. These works, such as the Diaspora, are also organizing the Technical Advisory Group on Reconstruction. In light of the government’s plan to build a field of irrigation in the Ethiopian agriculture sector, wheat and other agricultural problems, Berhanu Fekade,

In the recent report of the UN’s UN Human Rights Council and a report from the Ethiopian government, more than 8.3 million people are in need of food assistance in Ethiopia. This shows that there is a great deal of growth in agricultural production and the annual growth has slowed down from other sectors of the economy. In all, what do you say about the situation in this area?

Duck: So much has been done in the agricultural field. Some results have been found. As a result of food aid, you can not say that the outcomes are insufficient and nutritious. But we have to admit that we have a positive change in the Ethiopian agriculture sector. I, like an expert in economics, can rely on real facts. How do we measure growth? Do we measure the growth in the incremental process of productivity and productivity? Or was it a measure of per capita consumption per year? Use of such metrics may indicate the actual situation in the field. In general, however, we can agree that some results can be made. However, if the problem is that some, for example, are indicative of the declining poverty rate in Ethiopia, hunger or food shortages are a widespread problem in the country. In some places, hunger is widespread. It is a chronic problem. The agriculture sector has shown a great deal to be done. Authorities often do this, saying that it has been planned for the field. Some have even heard that some of the agricultural resources in the agricultural sector are expanding broadly. And we do not see one doing them properly. We’re told we will make a lot of improvements, but we do not see one interpreted by practice. The agriculture sector is the least investment opportunity. In fact, some of the investments in the sector are only cost-effective.

For example, a recent report entitled “The Bankruptcy and Hunger Strategic Assessment” has been co-chaired by my colleagues as the report shows that investment training for agricultural development workers is causing financial ruin and loss. So far, there are over 80 thousand development staffs throughout the country. Efforts have also been made to invest a lot of money to invest in this effort. As a result, Ethiopia has continued to invest heavily in investing in China as the second-largest economy in the world by agricultural experts or agricultural development staff. If you do, why not spend so much money, and I do not think so, as I have previously trained over 80 per cent of agricultural development workers who can not provide the service. Are ineligible. Or they leave the field and move to another job. According to the report of my work partners, 64% of agricultural development staff are missing.

How are so many trained professionals trained?

Blessings: There are reports that up to 150 farm development professionals in one woreda need to support farmers. However, at this level, the expert and the physical wallet are not connected. The designated project developer is not present. Experienced and multifaceted trainee has resigned. He sees new employees on his behalf. There is a high probability. More than 80% of the existing professionals have been replaced by new trainees. An agricultural development worker is not expected to be successful in the first year. There are a number of reasons. First, the farmer is not just a developer. He must be a type of person to be tested and accepted. The farmer accepts the knowledge, character and behavior of the development worker. Sometimes when the farmer finds him to be the kind of person he accepts, he is himself and is teaching himself to the development worker. It is not enough for farmers to become a good vocalist as well as a successful year to do good work. Successful and productive work may begin just two or three years later.

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