Skip to main content

Posts

Showing posts with the label #Climate change

Lokka Abbaayyu Woradi Haqqete kayiishshi looso

Lokka Abbaayyu Woradi Haqqete kayiishshi looso; Dagoomu Koronu Dhibba gargadhanno gede hedo cu’mishiishanni qinaawinno garinni loosanni leellannota xawisi. Tayiixe Diro Woradu giddo 2.3 Miliyoone aleenni ikkitanno Haqqe kayiisate mixo amadinoha ikkanna; haanja latishshu loossa jeefishshira babbaxxitinno Dagoomu bissa tantanonni daga timbiliqqe fulte loossanno gede hasaabbe sumuu yitinno daninni bero Barra Dooyyo Daaete Olliira faajjetenni hanaffinota Woradunnihu qaru gashshaanchi kalaa Zegeyye Kuyyisihu xawisinno. Konni loosi waatira Koronu Dhibbi lawaawo ittisate Fayyiimmate Uurrinshubba ledo waaxamatenni Woradu jajjabba loossa loosanni noota xawise; xaa Yannara kaajjinshe loonsanni hee’noonnitano huwachishino. Ledotennino Dhibbu lawaawo gargarooshshira babbaxxitino qaafo adhinoonnite giddo dikki’nanni bayiicho halashshatenni ayee daniti mittowa tuudama heedhannokki gede assinanni hee’noonnita; Iddirra Sagale qixxeessa agurte Woxe uyiitanno gede assanna Amma’note Uurrinshubba maga’not…

Deconstructing institutional roles in climate change adaptation: The case of local public institutions in drought-prone districts of Sidama

Deconstructing institutional roles in climate change adaptation: The case of local public institutions in drought-prone districts of Sidama, Southern Ethiopia

Tafesse Matewos


Local institutions play pivotal role in climate change adaptation though less attention has been given to them compared with other components of adaptation. The conventional approach to study local institutional roles focuses on how institutions can support  climate change adaptation with little emphasis to other institutional dimensions.
Thus, the current study deconstructs the conventional institutional roles in climate  change adaptation to reframe them on broader institutional dimensions inspired by  Young (2002). Data were collected from households, experts and community leaders  on institutional frontiers of local public local institution. The study used mixed  methods to analyse the data. The findings indicated that despite the presence of  institutional set ups, most of the national policy provisions had no…