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POVERTIES Home Global Issues Corruption Discrimination Food Crisis Globalization Inequality Poverty Womens Rights Regions Africa East Asia Latin America North America South Asia Southeast Asia Documentaries About × MENU Famine in Ethiopia: Of Wars, Droughts and Flawed Aid December 2, 2015 Food Crisis After 25 years,
1984 - 1985 Ethiopian Famine Back to African Geography Games!   The 1984 - 1985 famine in Ethiopia was a significant famine in the history of Ethiopia. Drought and political instability contributed to the severity of the famine, which is estimated to have killed over one million people. Media activity in the West
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Thirty years of talking about famine in Ethiopia - whys nothing changed? - BBC Newsbeat Accessibility links Accessibility Help BBC iD Notifications BBC navigation News News Sport Weather Shop Earth Travel Capital iPlayer Culture Autos Future TV Radio CBBC CBeebies Food iWonder Bitesize Travel Music Earth Arts Make It
Traditionally the Economy of Ethiopia was based on subsistence agriculture , with an aristocracy that consumed the surplus. Due to a number of causes, the peasants lacked incentives to either improve production or to store their excess harvest as a result, they lived from harvest to harvest. Despite the extensive moder



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