Pathways to a climate resilient future: a community-based cost benefit analysis of a food security project in Ethiopia

In recent years, climate change impacts have created grave new threats to rural livelihoods. Community-based cost-benefit analysis (CBA) is an evidence-based tool which can effectively be used to ascertain the value and impact of integrating resilience-building interventions in food security programming.

The following case study provides an overview of a community-based CBA that was conducted by the IFRC to provide a quantitative analysis to complement the qualitative benefits of the South Wollo Food Security Project which was implemented in Ethiopia.

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