How pro-poor are land rental markets in Ethiopia?
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This study builds on data collected over a 15 year period (1998-2013) in three regions in Ethiopia through funding from the Research Council of Norway, Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, NORAD, Global Land Tools Network (GLTN) of UN-Habitat, The World Bank, and Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU). A large number of persons have been involved in the data collection. The most significant contributors have been Fitsum Hagos and Hosaena Ghebru in Tigray, Tewodros Tefera and Million Tadesse in Oromia and SNNP in addition to students from NMBU, Mekelle University and Hawassa Universiy and the authors of this report. This report is essentially a desk study utilizing the various data sets and has been financed by GLTN and NMBU. The Federal Land Administration, Ministry of Agriculture, as well as Regional Land Administrations in Tigray, Amhara, Oromia and SNNP have also supported the study. We are particularly thankful for the constructive support from director of the Federal Land Administration Tigistu Gebremeskel. We are also thankful for the support from Clarissa Augustinus, Solomon Abate, Esther Obaikol and Oumar Sylla at the GLTN for the facilitation of the project.