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Andy Catley discusses Ethiopia’s drought with Tufts Now
Andy Catley recently talked to Tufts Now about how better planning and improved funding have helped Ethiopia deal with debilitating drought.
As Ethiopia struggles to recover from its worst drought in decades, Feinstein researchers are reviewing the major humanitarian responses and early warning systems put in place by the Ethiopian government and international nonprofits with a view to improving them in the future. Learn about the research findings in the full article here.
The Agriculture Knowledge, Learning, Documentation and Policy Project (AKLDP), a USAID project administered by Feinstein under the direction of Andy, has been monitoring the impacts of the drought regularly. Read the most recent report here.
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