18 June 2010
The food security and vulnerability study for urban Ethiopia has largerly been necessiated by the new increased food insecurity stemming largely from the global economic downturn and high food prices, which has been translated to the country partly through high inflation rates. The impact of inflation has been one key element that has resulted in increased food insecurity in urban areas.
The study was conducted in 18 selected urban centres spread across the country, covering eight regions including: Addis Ababa and Dire Dawa cities; Harar townl and selected towns in Tigray, Amhara, Oromiya, Somali and Afar regions.
31 December 2009
This report reviews the Cereal prices in the country, import parity prices, the progression of inflation, market perfomance and terms of trade.
31 December 2008
This report, based on detailed literature review and discussions with selected key informants, presents a summary of current evidence and understanding of the impact of HFP (High Food Prices) in the Southern Africa region.
9 October 2008
This assessment provides information on price changes for the most commonly consumed staples and their potential
impacts on the cost of the basic food basket.
21 July 2008
This WFP Market report was conducted in Ethiopia in July 2008. The report proposes an assessment on the country’ level general price index and an analysis of the price rise, particularly for food items.
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