A summary of the Bureau of Agriculture and Rural Development  brief assessment report on the extent of damage caused by the war
A veterinary clinic destroyed by the invading forces (photo by Pofessor Kindeya Gebrehiwot)

A summary of the Bureau of Agriculture and Rural Development brief assessment report on the extent of damage caused by the war

A report (in Amharic) by the Bureau of Agriculture and Rural Development of the Interim Government of Tigray paints a grim picture of the lives of farmers in the region

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Unprecedented migration, death, and  famine unseen in this nation are coming to Tigray, says Tigray’s Head of Agriculture and Rural Development
Dr Abadi Girmay in an interview with Fana TV

Unprecedented migration, death, and famine unseen in this nation are coming to Tigray, says Tigray’s Head of Agriculture and Rural Development

We will see even a lot worse migration, death, famine, and other terrible things than what we are now witnessing in the war. This is not even going to be for one year, it can potentially go to four or more years.

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A Tigray interim admin official paints a grim picture of Tigray through the lens of agriculture
Dr Abadi Girmay in an interview with Fana TV

A Tigray interim admin official paints a grim picture of Tigray through the lens of agriculture

Dr. Girmay said that as if what has happened to Tigray and Tigrayans is not enough, a time of great and unprecedented scale of death, suffering, and displacement is in the offing as Tigrayans are about to miss the next harvest due to farmers being displaced from their farms, having no seeds, having no oxen for ploughing and having no agricultural inputs and due to lack of peace and normalcy.

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