Agriculture continues to represent a dominant share of Ethiopia’s economy, though its share of GDP has dropped from 52% in 2004/05 to 43% in 2013. The sector accounts for nearly 85% of exports and employs over 80% of the labour force. Effective management of identified agricultural risks is crucial to sustaining the sector’s productivity.
In 2016, PARM finalized a Risk Assessment Study (RAS) for Ethiopia. This report presents findings from the RAS. Specifically, it outlines the complete mapping and assessment of the agricultural risks identified in Ethiopia, the data and information on priority risks and impacts as well as the existing policies and tools to improve ARM in the country.
PARM (2016) “Agricultural Risk Assessment Study in Ethiopia“. A study conducted by Gideon E. Onumah for PARM with contributions from the Agricultural Transformation Agency (ATA) and the Ministry of Agriculture and Natural Resources (MANR) of Ethiopia.