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June 14/15 - Century City Conference Centre
June 16 - Kirstenbosch Conference Centre (transportation available)
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Wednesday, June 14 • 18:00 - 20:00
Analysis of National Population Policy of Ethiopia: Implication to Communities and Resilience - Yibeltal Siraneh

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Analysis of National Population Policy of Ethiopia: Implication to Communities and Resilience
Presenter: Yibeltal Siraneh (Jimma University, Ethiopia)
Co-Author: Fitsum Demissie  
Introduction: Population policy is explicit or implicit measures instituted by a government to influence population size, growth, distribution or composition. Therefore, the background, rationale, goal and objectives, achievements, strength and weakness, the process, political concern and its implication on social welfare and community resilience need to be analyzed. 
Methods:  Qualitative explanatory case study design was used to analyze the NPP by document review from April 10-15, 2015.Middle range policy analysis & policy triangle approach was used to analyze the rationale of NPP, the context, content, actors and process of NPP, Political concern and its reason, its implication in terms of equity & social welfare, major achievements, strength & weakness, challenges and opportunities of the NPP.Data processing & analysis was made based on policy analysis science after reviewing the NPP document, interviewing experts and other related literatures.
Findings:  Rapid population growth, young age structure and the uneven spatial distribution were the major factors for the rationale of NPP. It was processed by pluralism perspective. It has high political concern because operates at systemic level with over all goal of rapid reduction of fertility rate. It created resilient community. 
 

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Wednesday June 14, 2017 18:00 - 20:00
Century City Conference Centre Western Cape Town, South Africa

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