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The Amhara region in general and North Gondar Zone in particular have high cattle resource potential. Cattle are also the major sources of income for both the household and the country economy. As a result, in light of the economic importance of the livestock sector for the region as well as the country; the foreign exchange earning potential of livestock and meat exports, and the strategic importance considerable potential for an increased production of these animals in the region. The study conducted in Metema woreda results reflected that several factors were responsible for supplying…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
The Amhara region in general and North Gondar Zone in particular have high cattle resource potential. Cattle are also the major sources of income for both the household and the country economy. As a result, in light of the economic importance of the livestock sector for the region as well as the country; the foreign exchange earning potential of livestock and meat exports, and the strategic importance considerable potential for an increased production of these animals in the region. The study conducted in Metema woreda results reflected that several factors were responsible for supplying cattle to the market. To identify the determinant factors the respondents were evaluated their attitude against different socio-economic and demographic variables. The data obtained from Metem yohannes world food program data collection centre different sector offices, household interview and group discussions, prevailed that the market share of the illegal cattle export was reduced from 60% to 31% in the year 2011.
Autorenporträt
Mr. Mengist Alemayehu Wondmagegn is presently working as a a senior socio-economic and institutional development advisor for KFW,CIDA and World bank projects. He has completed his M.A. in Economics at Indera Gandhi National University, and his BA in Sociology and social Administration at AAU.