Destitution in Wollo (Ethiopia): chronic poverty as a crisis of household and community livelihoods
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- Little, Peter D., 2008. "Food Aid Dependency in Northeastern Ethiopia: Myth or Reality?," World Development, Elsevier, vol. 36(5), pages 860-874, May.
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KeywordsDestitution; Holistic approach with local perceptions; Asset erosion; Livelihood vulnerability;
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