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Supporting Pastoralism and Agriculture
in Recurrent and Protracted Crises

Ethiopia has a population of 109 million people. Pastoralism is one of the main livelihoods with around 11.4 million families in the country producing livestock. More than 65 per cent of working Ethiopians are employed in agriculture. The country is also relatively young, with 12 per cent of Ethiopians between the ages of 15 and 19.

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Issue brief: Resilient Generation: supporting young people’s prospects for decent work in the drylands of east and west Africa

This issue brief summarises the key findings and recommendations from the report 'Resilient Generation: supporting young people’s prospects for decent work in the drylands of east and west Africa'.

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