Though Ethiopia has achieved strong economic growth since 2007, it remains one of the world's poorest countries. Eighty percent of Ethiopians live in rural areas and subsist mainly on agriculture. Smallholder farmers are very vulnerable to increasing droughts and climate variability. Better access to inputs, technologies, credit and markets will help boost productivity and improve livelihoods.
$170 - Ethiopia's annual per capita income
8 out of 10 - Ethiopians subsist on agriculture
Over 12 million - Ethiopians who depend upon some form of food aid
38% - Percentage of Ethiopia's children under five who are underweight