Thursday, February 25th, 2010 Posted in Environmentby Charles Teller, Bixby visiting scholar As the tragedy of the Haitian earthquake unfolded, I coincidentally was in Ethiopia attending two meetings on disaster risk science: an African regional workshop on ... Read more..
“Like a Wave on Top of a Tsunami”: Have the Food Price and Financial Crises Increased World Hunger and Malnutrition?
Wednesday, July 29th, 2009 Posted in Income/Povertyby Charlie Teller, Bixby visiting scholar In 1995, the international community proclaimed the goal of reducing hunger by 50 percent by 2015. However, the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) estimates that ... Read more.. Read more..
Thursday, April 23rd, 2009 Posted in PRB Newsby Charlie Teller, Bixby visiting scholar (Read Bill Butz's previous post on Gold Standard Evaluation here) The international conference, “Perspectives on Impact Evaluation: Approaches to Assessing Development Effectiveness” was held in Cairo ... Read more..
Traditional Agro-Forestry Strategies to Address High Population Pressure and the Livelihoods of Youth in Southern EthiopiaRead more..
Where Are the Missing Three Million Ethiopians from the New Census: In Washington DC, in the Middle East or Hiding?
Tuesday, December 16th, 2008 Posted in Population BasicsEditor’s note: A previous version of this post did not include the concluding paragraph. We apologize for the accidental omission. by Charles Teller, PRB visiting scholar and Senait Tibebu, demographer, Addis ... Read more..
Thursday, October 16th, 2008 Posted in Population Basicsby Charles Teller, Bixby Visiting Scholar Malthus predicted over 200 years ago that population growth would outrun food production and cause much misery in the world, and we've been struggling with ... Read more..