social plants in etiopia

social plants in etiopia

Medicinal use and social status of the soap berry endod ...

2003-4-1  The plant distribution appears to be decreasing in most parts of Ethiopia due to land clearing. Locally, it seems to have disappeared completely, whereas a few areas have seen an increase. Although people use its berries for soap and its berries, leaves, and roots for various medicinal purposes, the plant has a low status in society.

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THE FUTURE OF WILD FOOD PLANTS IN SOUTHERN

发布日期: 1月 01, 2009

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The Environmental and Social Impact Assessment Report

2021-7-5  applicant, Etete Milk Processing S.Co to conduct an Environmental and Social Impact Assessment in Ethiopia. The proposed Project is for the construction and operation of a Solvent Extraction Plant with a processing rate of 200 Tonnes per day to

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Medicinal use and social status of the soap berry endod ...

2018-11-13  Journal of Ethnopharmacology 85 (2003) 269–277 Medicinal use and social status of the soap berry endod (Phytolacca dodecandra) in Ethiopia Kjell B. Essera,∗, Kassa Semagnb, Legesse Wolde-Yohannesb a Center for International Environment and Development Studies (Noragric), Agricultural University of Norway, P.O. Box 5001, N-1432 Ås, Norway

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ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT

2016-7-11  ESIA o f the Kaliti Wastewater Treatment Plant and Sewer Lines Expansion and Rehabilitation Project 2013 i Consultants: Beles Engineering PLC ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF THE WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT AND SEWER LINES EXPANSION AND REHABILITATION IN ... 2.2.3 Environmental Policy of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia ...

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A Historical Overview of Khat Production in Ethiopia

paper. Ethiopia could also be mentioned as the country where Khat is consumed immensely. Keywords: Khat, Khat Production, Khat Consumption and Khat Varieties 1. Introduction 1.1. Background of the Study khat1is a herbal that has stimulating effect to its consumer. This plant is mainly produced in the eastern part of Ethiopia [1].

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National Report of Ethiopia - United Nations

2012-10-18  development is pursued in the social, economic and environmental areas in a balanced manner and ensuring that benefits accrued are equitably shared among the citizens of the country. Ethiopia aims to achieve middle-income economy as of 2020-2023 while developing a green economy (FDRE, CRGE, 2011). This is the vision set in Ethiopia’s

(PDF) Ecological and Socio-Economic Importance of ...

Plants are also used in social rituals and religious or spiritual ceremonies. Cordia africana and Ficus sur are recognized as sacred trees and serve to provide shade for elders during meeting ...

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ETHIOPIAN INDIGENOUS CATTLEBREED’S DIVERSITY,

2021-9-22  have been recognized in Ethiopia with an estimated total number of 59.5 million, of which 98.2% of areindigenous cattle. Indigenous cattle breeds have diverse functions ranging from provision of food and income to society, and support many social and cultural functions in

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Health Research in Ethiopia - a country overview

2013-11-22  century. These medical texts contain several references to plants, animal products and minerals, as well as magic and superstition. The introduction of modern health care services in Ethiopia can be traced back to the reign of Emperor Libne Dingel (1508-1540), when the Portuguese mission to his court brought in a physician named Bermudes.

Medicinal use and social status of the soap berry endod ...

Berries from Phytolacca dodecandra L'Herit. (endod in Amharic) offer a readily available molluscicide to control schistosomiasis. Parts of the endod plant have been used as a detergent and as traditional medicine for centuries in Ethiopia. An interview survey was performed in the highlands of Ethiop

Medicinal use and social status of the soap berry endod ...

Berries from Phytolacca dodecandra L’Herit. (endod in Amharic) offer a readily available molluscicide to control schistosomiasis.Parts of the endod plant have been used as a detergent and as traditional medicine for centuries in Ethiopia. An interview survey was performed in the highlands of Ethiopia to provide information on the distribution of the plant, people’s traditional use of it ...

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Woody plant species diversity as a predictor of

2021-1-29  Woody plant species diversity as a predictor of ecosystem services in a social–ecological system of southwestern Ethiopia Girma Shumi . Patrı´cia Rodrigues . Jan Hanspach . Werner Ha¨rdtle . Kristoffer Hylander . Feyera Senbeta . Joern Fischer . Jannik Schultner Received: 28 March 2019/Accepted: 19 November 2020/Published online: 4 ...

THE FUTURE OF WILD FOOD PLANTS IN SOUTHERN

Request PDF On Jan 1, 2009, Z. Asfaw published THE FUTURE OF WILD FOOD PLANTS IN SOUTHERN ETHIOPIA: ECOSYSTEM CONSERVATION COUPLED WITH ENHANCEMENT OF THE ROLES OF KEY SOCIAL GROUPS Find, read ...

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National Report of Ethiopia - United Nations

2012-10-18  development is pursued in the social, economic and environmental areas in a balanced manner and ensuring that benefits accrued are equitably shared among the citizens of the country. Ethiopia aims to achieve middle-income economy as of 2020-2023 while developing a green economy (FDRE, CRGE, 2011). This is the vision set in Ethiopia’s

(PDF) Ecological and Socio-Economic Importance of ...

Plants are also used in social rituals and religious or spiritual ceremonies. Cordia africana and Ficus sur are recognized as sacred trees and serve to provide shade for elders during meeting ...

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ETHIOPIAN INDIGENOUS CATTLEBREED’S DIVERSITY,

2021-9-22  have been recognized in Ethiopia with an estimated total number of 59.5 million, of which 98.2% of areindigenous cattle. Indigenous cattle breeds have diverse functions ranging from provision of food and income to society, and support many social and cultural functions in

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Health Research in Ethiopia - a country overview

2013-11-22  century. These medical texts contain several references to plants, animal products and minerals, as well as magic and superstition. The introduction of modern health care services in Ethiopia can be traced back to the reign of Emperor Libne Dingel (1508-1540), when the Portuguese mission to his court brought in a physician named Bermudes.

Ethiopian Coffee Culture - Legend, History and Customs

2020-9-17  Ethiopian Coffee History. It is thought that the legendary character of Kaldi would have existed around 850 A.D. This account coincides with the commonly held belief that coffee cultivation began in Ethiopia around the ninth century. However,

Ethiojobs: Job Vacancy Ethiopia 2021: Ethio Vacancies List

2021-10-21  Ethiojobs: Ethiopia Job Vacancy 2021. The Ethio Jobs Net. provides the latest info on Addis Zemen vacancies, Reporter Job Vacancy List in NGO, Agriculture, etc for Ethiopian jobseekers.

Medicinal use and social status of the soap berry endod ...

Berries from Phytolacca dodecandra L'Herit. (endod in Amharic) offer a readily available molluscicide to control schistosomiasis. Parts of the endod plant have been used as a detergent and as traditional medicine for centuries in Ethiopia. An interview survey was performed in the highlands of Ethiop

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Woody plant species diversity as a predictor of

2021-1-29  Woody plant species diversity as a predictor of ecosystem services in a social–ecological system of southwestern Ethiopia Girma Shumi . Patrı´cia Rodrigues . Jan Hanspach . Werner Ha¨rdtle . Kristoffer Hylander . Feyera Senbeta . Joern Fischer . Jannik Schultner Received: 28 March 2019/Accepted: 19 November 2020/Published online: 4 ...

Medicinal use and social status of the soap berry endod ...

Berries from Phytolacca dodecandra L’Herit. (endod in Amharic) offer a readily available molluscicide to control schistosomiasis.Parts of the endod plant have been used as a detergent and as traditional medicine for centuries in Ethiopia. An interview survey was performed in the highlands of Ethiopia to provide information on the distribution of the plant, people’s traditional use of it ...

THE FUTURE OF WILD FOOD PLANTS IN SOUTHERN

2021-9-2  A synthesis of ethnobotanical studies undertaken in Ethiopia over the last couple of decades revealed more than 300 species of wild plants consumed by people. Forests, wooded grasslands/scrublands, riverine environments and farmlands within vegetation zones of Ethiopia are important habitats of wild fruits, vegetables, roots and others.

The future of wild food plants in Southern Ethiopia ...

A synthesis of ethnobotanical studies undertaken in Ethiopia over the last couple of decades revealed more than 300 species of wild plants consumed by people. Forests, wooded grasslands/scrublands, riverine environments and farmlands within vegetation zones of Ethiopia are important habitats of wild fruits, vegetables, roots and others. Wide consumption and availability of wild plants testify...

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Land Degradation in Ethiopia: Causes, Impacts and ...

Land degradation is the common environmental problem in Ethiopia. It is one of the major causes of low and declining agricultural productivity and continuing food insecurity and rural poverty. In addition, land degradation directly affected the type of plant grown on the area, reduced availability of

Ethiopia has planted 350 million trees in less than a day ...

2021-10-18  Plant life Ethiopia’s Ministry of Agriculture has said 2.6 billion new trees – more than half of the target – are already in the ground. The aim is to reverse decades of deforestation when logging, land clearances and poorly defined property rights led to a dramatic decline in forest cover.According to research by Farm Africa, an organization working to restore the forests of East Africa ...

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Ethiopia Coffee Annual Coffee Annual Report

2014-5-12  offee is Ethiopia’s number one source of export revenue generating about 25-30 percent of the country’s total export earnings. Ethiopian coffee production is predominantly characterized by traditional farm management system, limited use of fertilizers and pesticides coupled with a manual coffee cultivation system and drying method.

Ethiopian Coffee Culture - Legend, History and Customs

2020-9-17  Ethiopian Coffee History. It is thought that the legendary character of Kaldi would have existed around 850 A.D. This account coincides with the commonly held belief that coffee cultivation began in Ethiopia around the ninth century. However,

Addis Zemen Vacancy 2021 New Job Vacancy List

2021-10-21  Addis Zemen is an Ethiopian Amharic newspaper, published by the federal government. It is based in Addis Ababa and is currently published by the Ethiopian Press Agency. On Sundays, the paper provides its readers with extensive news about children in the country in terms of cultural activities.