Fewer surpluses in Gojam and Awi and Severe shortages in lowland areas of Abaye River Gorg 
Assessment mission: 13 - 20 October 2002 by Hugo Rämi, UN-Emergencies Unit for Ethiopia. 

Reduction of crop yield is inevitable in the North Eastern mid and Lowlands of Amhara and Tigray Regions

UNEUE-OCHA/USAID Joint Assessment Mission report to East & South Tigray and North &South Wello region from 24 September until 5 October 2002. The report is prepared by Abraham Sewonet, UN-Emergencies Unit for Ethiopia  and Tamrat Mulu, USAID Ethiopia.

Significant “meher” harvest reductions in the northeastern lowlands of Tigray and Amhara Regions expected
UN-EUE-FEWS-USAID Multi-Agency Assessment Mission to East and South Tigray & North and South Wello, 31 July-7 August 2002. Prepared
by Abraham Sewonet, UN-Emergencies Unit for Ethiopia, Daniel Molla, FEWS NET Ethiopia & Tamrat Mulu, USAID Ethiopia.

Food aid is not development:  A system that intends to improve food security when done poorly, achieves the opposite - case studies from North and South Gondar  Assessment Mission: 24 May - 7 June 2002.  Prepared by Hugo Rami, UN-Emergencies Unit for Ethiopia.

Sustained development-like support to Wag Hamra remains necessary
An assessment mission in Wag Hamra zone, Amhara Region, from 13 to 18 May 2002.  Prepared by Benoit Raymakers, UN-Emergencies Unit for Ethiopia.

Good rains do not compensate for chronic food insecurity  
A glance at actual livelihood and humanitarian issues in selected belg areas of Wello and North Showa. Assessment Mission 21- 30 April 2002. Prepared by François Piguet & Hugo Raemi, Field Officers, UN-Emergencies Unit for Ethiopia.


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