State and USAID: The U.S. assistance portfolio in Ethiopia remains one of the United States’ largest and most complex in Africa. In Ethiopia, the mission manages three Presidential Initiatives – the Feed the Future (FTF) Initiative, the Global Health Initiative (GHI), which includes the President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI) and the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), and the Global Climate Change (GCC) Initiative. In addition, in the past several years, the United States has provided significant emergency resources to Ethiopia in the form of emergency food aid and humanitarian assistance. In FY 2013, U.S. assistance will mainly focuses on conflict mitigation, health, education, trade and investment, and agricultural productivity. The Government of Ethiopia’s (GOE’s) new five-year Growth and Transformation Plan sets ambitious targets for growth in all sectors and allocates significant resources to promote development. These targets are ambitious but achievable, if the right policies are put into practice and reflect the Ethiopian government’s efforts to provide health, education and economic growth opportunities to its people. (Source: Congressional Budget Justification FY 2013)
World Bank Statistics
|Per Capita Income (2011)||$370.00
|Annual % Population Growth (2011)||2.1287546734%
|% Urban Population (2011)||17.0184%
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