Impact of climate change issues over Ethiopian government policies. Adaptation instruments regarding agriculture and food security.

Introduction: It is commonly believed that human activity emissions (greenhouse gases) through rising fuel fossil burning and land use alterations has led to climate change. This has materialised by an increase of the average level of global temperature (air and sea), sea-level rise, melting of ice caps and glaciers and reduction of snow coverage. At…

A critical review of central-local relations in Uganda

Introduction Decentralisation is a conceptual framework used to address central-local relations and it entails the transfer of planning, decision making and administrative authority from the central to local government. There are several forms of decentralisation discussed in the literature, mainly deconcentration and devolution (Okidi and Guloba, 2006). With deconcentration, the central government transfers responsibilities and…