8 aktiviteter 2017 med en totalsumma av SEK 18,7 m, summerat på
AAU 2013-2018 Continued PhD Training, Block Grant - Research Cooperation AAU SEK 10 000 000

Research/scientific institutions

Beskrivning

Poverty alleviation requires sustained economic growth, good governance and political stability. Education is a key element of the national poverty reduction strategy and the current expansion of higher education institutions has created new conditions in Ethiopia for research and research training compared to earlier program periods.

Aktivitetslängd

Genomförandekanal

Bilateral

Ansvarig myndighet

Sida, Styrelsen för internationellt utvecklingssamarbete

Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-6-5108009001-ETH-43082

Church of Sweden Framework agreement 2014-2016, 2017 SEK 5 673 780

Rural development

Beskrivning

This contribution is implemented by Church of Sweden in partnership with about 110 local civil society organisations in several cooperation countries in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East during 2014-2016 with support from Sida/CIVSAM amounting to 291 000 000 SEK, with the aim to strengthen civil society capacities and contribute to the following programme objectives: - Strengthening of people's sexual and reproductive health and rights. - People living in poverty have the right to protection and their social and economic emancipation is strengthened. - People have increased safety and protection, and are empowered to deal with conflicts and to participate in peace processes. - Women and men have improved opportunities and possibilities to equal participation, voice and leadership in the church and in society. - People's right to physical and sexual integrity in the church and in society is strengthened. Church of Sweden has proposed an extension of this contribution, on basis of the existing results framework, and with a budget of 119 419 916 for the year 2017, thereby increasing the total budget to 410 419 916 SEK for the period 2014-2017. Appraisal of the contribution: The appraisal during 2016 of this contribution is made in accordance with a decision on an additional contribution, since it builds upon the appraisal of the same programme for the period 2014-2016. Hence the assessment made for the period 2014-2016 is still relevant and referred to, whereas an update is given for the period 2017 with special emphasis on: - The relevance of the contribution in the light of the strategy for CSO support 2016-2022. - The development of the contribution during 2014-2016 and focus for 2017. - Capacities, internal management and control during 2016-2016.

Aktivitetslängd

Genomförandekanal

Bilateral

Ansvarig myndighet

Sida, Styrelsen för internationellt utvecklingssamarbete

Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-6-5403046203-ETH-43040

Managing coffee to increase farmer’s livelihood and biodiversity in Ethiopia SEK 1 200 000

Research/scientific institutions

Beskrivning

Coffee plays a central role in both the economy and biodiversity in many parts of Ethiopia. Besides being a culturally valued beverage, it is the main source of income for millions of Ethiopian poor smallholder farmers. Ethiopia also contain the last remaining wild coffee populations and therefore is the unique genetic reservoir of this globally important plant. From a biodiversity conservation point of view the coffee production in Ethiopia is controversial. On one hand coffee production degrades the last montane forest ecosystems due to (partial) clearings of intact forests and it also threatens the wild coffee population by introgression of genes from improved varieties grown in the vicinity of natural forests. On the other hand coffee is frequently grown under shade and shade coffee systems are globally known to be beneficial land uses for combining production and generating ecosystem services including biodiversity conservation. In this project we shall tackle this dual role of coffee, with the ultimate goal of generating knowledge that could close yield gaps and improve livelihoods of poor farmers, while at the same time saving biodiversity and optimizing the utilization of natural ecosystem services. We will work in a study landscape in SW Ethiopia in which coffee is grown in different management systems and is the main income for thousands of farmers. High biodiversity values are also present in the landscape, including wild coffee populations. Farmers struggle against fungal diseases on coffee, which they consider as the worst pests. The project is divided into four work packages (WP) which are closely linked under the umbrella of coffee yield-biodiversity variation across the landscape: WP1 will focus on understanding the drivers of the variation in coffee management systems across the landscape. WP2 will identify thresholds in biodiversity-coffee yield relationships and WP3 will investigate plant-fungi interactions of major coffee pests along this gradient in relation to both yields, variation in yields as well as biodiversity. The final WP4 will synthesize findings from the other packages. We will use satellite imagery for mapping coffee systems across the landscape (WP1), standard methods such as point count, single rope technique, netting and bagging of flowers to quantify bird, plant and pollinator diversity and function in around 50 sites across a management gradient. Coffee yield will also be assessed in these sites over several years to get a measure of the variation (WP2). In WP3 we will combine field based surveys of disease progression and genetic analyses of coffee genotypes to understand the drivers of spatial and temporal disease dynamics (epidemiology). Here we will also use the same sites as in WP2 and link it to yield dynamics and biodiversity. Kristoffer Hylander, Stockholm University, with previous extensive experiences in landscape ecology in Ethiopia, will lead the project together with Prof. Sileshi Nemomissa at Addis Ababa University who is a plant expert. Dr. Ayco Tack at Stockholm University, who has worked extensively on fungal pathogen – plant interactions, is involved in the third work package on the major fungal threats on coffee. We further collaborate with an Ethiopian coffee geneticist for plant genetic analyses. One PhD-student supervised by these tree persons and one postdoc will be appointed. We apply for a three year project that will start in January 2016 by mapping the landscape and selecting field sites for the coming fieldwork during both dry and rainy seasons during the three years. Our project will take a holistic approach to increase the knowledge of how to manage coffee systems for positive synergies between sustainable farmer’s incomes and biodiversity, and thereby tackle the negative aspects of this globally and nationally important crop. We will combine basic and applied science to give tools for a changed management towards sustainability at a landsca

Aktivitetslängd

Genomförandekanal

Bilateral

Ansvarig myndighet

Vetenskapsrådet

Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-29-2015-03600-238-43082

Swedish Mission Council frame 2017-2021 SEK 561 600

Multisector education/training

Beskrivning

Framework grant for 2017-2021 from the CSO-allocation to the Swedish Mission Council, which forwards funds to 17 of its member organisations, which in turn support local civil society organisations in 50 countries.

Aktivitetslängd

Genomförandekanal

Bilateral

Ansvarig myndighet

Sida, Styrelsen för internationellt utvecklingssamarbete

Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-6-5403060401-ETH-43081

Synthesis of Graphene-Like Materials for Organic Electronics SEK 390 000

Research/scientific institutions

Beskrivning

This project has the ambitious goal of developing graphenes as alternatives for transparent electrodes, interfacial layers and acceptor materials for organic solar cells as graphene possesses high optical transparency, electrical conductivity and mechanical flexibility. This is a multidisciplinary project, bringing together simulation and synthesis of graphenes, characterizations and the fabrication of electronic devices. Therefore, fours researchers with complementary background will join this project, in which E. Wang at Chalmers is the Swedish project leader and the international project leader is W. Mammo from Ethiopia. O. Inganäs and M. Berggren are participants from Sweden. Four PhD students from both Sweden and Ethiopia will be involved. Annual conferences and regular video conferences (every three months) will be held to monitor the progress of the project. The project will be explored through four work packages (WPs). WP1 focuses on molecular design and computational calculations of new graphene structures, which will be synthesized in WP2 and characterized in WP3. The performance of the materials in devices will be tested in WP4. We believe that the organic electronic community in Sweden will be well connected to the related research activities in Ethiopia and our concerted efforts will make significant contribution in filling the knowledge gap in this field and provide high quality graphene materials to the community of Swedish scientists for further studies.

Aktivitetslängd

Genomförandekanal

Bilateral

Ansvarig myndighet

Vetenskapsrådet

Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-29-2015-05834-238-43082

Mokoro Ltd 2016-2017, Poverty Research - Poverty Research, Mokoro Ltd SEK 384 168

Research/scientific institutions

Beskrivning

This develoment intervention is a research project, part of the larger project, Wellbeing and Illbeing Dynamics in Ethiopia, WIDE, identifying how the rapid present growth has changed the society in various areas and major challenges for a continued poverty reduction in Ethiopia. Research briefs will be produced on the basis of a large data-base covering the development of twenty villages in different parts of the country over 20 years. The briefs will be useful for the operationalisation of the up-coming strategy for development cooperation with Ethiopia. It is a forward-looking intervention for Sweden. The briefs will also be used by the GoE for knowledge and planning.

Aktivitetslängd

Genomförandekanal

Bilateral

Ansvarig myndighet

Sida, Styrelsen för internationellt utvecklingssamarbete

Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-6-5108014002-ETH-43082

Mokoro Ltd 2017-2018,WIDE bridging - Mokoro Ltd 2017-2018, WIDE Bridging SEK 350 000

Research/scientific institutions

Beskrivning

This contribution is a continuation of the previously supported WIDE-Project (Wellbeing and Illbeing Dynamics in Ethiopia), which have been going on during the past 20 years in three phases. The research is qualitative and focuses on 20 rural areas in Ethiopia and how they have transformed during a period of rapid, national economic growth and development efforts. More specifically this contribution has two Components: 1) Continued research in three, of the previous 20 areas, with focus on: a) political and economical transformation, especially livelihoods and political governance. b) Experience of these areas in three important policy areas; land use and local urbanisation, impact and reaction to droughts and the economic experience of young people in the communities. c) How have inequality developed and transformed in the communities. 2) To prepare for the fourth phase (WIDE-4), that aim to institutionalize the WIDE program with Ethiopian agencies and how to beast reach out with results to Ethiopian Universities, policy makers and decision makers.

Aktivitetslängd

Genomförandekanal

Bilateral

Ansvarig myndighet

Sida, Styrelsen för internationellt utvecklingssamarbete

Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-6-11673A0101-ETH-43082

Swedish Mission Council frame 2017-2021 - Amendment for PMU 2017-2019 SEK 112 320

Multisector education/training

Beskrivning

Framework grant for 2017-2021 from the CSO-allocation to the Swedish Mission Council, which forwards funds to 17 of its member organisations, which in turn support local civil society organisations in 50 countries.

Aktivitetslängd

Genomförandekanal

Bilateral

Ansvarig myndighet

Sida, Styrelsen för internationellt utvecklingssamarbete

Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-6-5403060402-ETH-43081

Year Värde (SEK) Värde (USD)
2020 SEK 166 t USD 17.6 k
2019 SEK 51,3 m USD 5.4 m
2018 SEK 28,9 m USD 3.3 m
2017 SEK 18,7 m USD 2.2 m
2016 SEK 18,3 m USD 2.1 m
2015 SEK 5,5 m USD 647 k
2014 SEK 28,1 m USD 4.1 m
2013 SEK 21,9 m USD 3.4 m
2012 SEK 1,3 m USD 187 k
2011 SEK 821 t USD 126 k
2010 SEK 18,7 m USD 2.6 m
2009 SEK 36,6 m USD 4.8 m
2008 SEK 52,6 m USD 7.9 m
2007 SEK 65,3 m USD 9.7 m
2006 SEK 107 m USD 14.5 m
2005 SEK 116 m USD 15.5 m
2004 SEK 82,3 m USD 11.2 m
2003 SEK 96,1 m USD 11.9 m
2002 SEK 66,4 m USD 6.8 m
2001 SEK 59,9 m USD 5.8 m
2000 SEK 47,6 m USD 5.2 m
1999 SEK 70,2 m USD 8.5 m
1998 SEK 77,5 m USD 9.8 m

Skapa inbäddningskod

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Förhandsgranskning

Inbäddningskod

Etiopien

Human Development Index
173
(Rankar 189 länder, 2019)
Bruttonationalprodukt (BNP)
772,3
(Per capita i USD, 2018)
Världens bistånd (ODA) som andel av BNI
5,9 %
(ODA, 2018)
Svensk del av totalt bistånd (ODA)
3,8 %
(ODA, 2018)

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