The vision of CRGE launched in 2011, sets out a goal to achieve this in a way that is both resilient to the negative impacts of climate change and does not result in net greenhouse gas emission. Ethiopia’s ambition is to achieve middle-income status by 2025 in a climate-resilient green economy. As set forth in the Growth and Transformation Plan (GTP), reaching this goal will require boosting agricultural productivity, strengthening the industrial base, and fostering export growth. Readmore
Climate-Resilient Green Economy (CRGE) has three complementary objectives:
. Fostering economic development and growth
. Ensuring abatement and avoidance of future emissions, i.e., transition to a green economy
. Improving resilience to climate change
CRGE Strategy focus on Agriculture
Developing climate resilience is particularly crucial in agriculture, as it is a sector that is climate dependent and therefore, vulnerable to the future impacts of climate change. Agriculture plays a major part in our economy, contributing 43% of GDP, around 80% of all employment and nine of the top ten export commodities by value. Readmore
Agriculture Fast Track Project Training at Woldia
Participants of the training woreda experts and Kebelle DA’s from Amhara and Tigray region practicing biomass measurement at Sirinka Habru Integrated watershed management .
September 21 - 24, 2014.Agriculture Fast Track Project Training at Nekemet
Agriculture Fast Track Project Training at Nekemet Particiants of the training woreda experts and kebele DA’s from Gambella and Benishangul Gumuz region follow up the sessions of the trainingMay seye watershed Tigray
Agriculture fast track project baseline work for May seye watershed at Tataye Machiew Woreda,( 17 km away from Axum town, Tigray region). May seye watershed community discuss on climate vulnerability of the area.