Full citation: Kumar, N. and Quisumbing, A., “Policy Reform toward Gender Equality in Ethiopia” 1226 IFPRI DISCUSSION PAPER (November 2012). – Using data from the Ethiopian Rural Household Survey (ERHS), the study shows how two seemingly unrelated reforms—community-based land registration, undertaken since 2003, and changes in the Family Code implemented in 2000—may have created conditions that reinforce each other in improving gender equity. Specifically, the analysis finds (among other things) impacts of the land registration effort on the evolution of perceptions of the distribution of assets upon divorce. The study found that awareness about the land registration process is positively […]
This is proclamation no. 31 of 1975 to provide for the public ownership of rural lands.
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