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With 80% of Ethiopians dependent on agriculture as their main livelihood, severe arid conditions due to persistent lack of rainfall coupled with civil disputes have worsened Ethiopian poverty.
Poverty in Ethiopia is more pronounced in the rural areas as compared to the urban areas.
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People lack coping mechanisms for facing drought-induced famines, and contingency planning is inadequate.
In one of the world’s poorest countries, where about 44 percent of the population lives under the poverty line, more than 12 million people are chronically or at least periodically food insecure.
Most of them live in rural areas with agriculture as their main occupation.
The situation worsened recently because of sharp increases in the prices of food and fertilizers on world markets, which made it more difficult for poor households in Ethiopia, as elsewhere, to secure adequate food supplies.
Rural areas have uniform distribution of poverty, Oromiya, being an exception.
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