Author name: Frontieri

Experience of Frontieri Consult in using the RGCS Method for Research

Frontieri Consult has successfully completed the assignment titled “The Socioeconomic Characteristics of Mobile Populations in Ethiopia,” commissioned by the World Bank Group, utilizing the Random Geographic Cluster Sampling (RGCS) method. The primary aim of this assignment was to gather comprehensive socioeconomic data of mobile populations in Ethiopia, shedding light on their livelihood challenges and social […]

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 BRICS: A means to keep the world balance.

Prior to South Africa’s inclusion, the BRIC countries—Brazil, Russia, India, and China—held their inaugural official meeting in 2009 in Yekaterinburg, Russia. Subsequently, South Africa received an invitation and joined the group in 2010, leading to the formation of BRICS. As a result, the first formal BRICS meeting involving all five nations took place in 2011

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Empowering Ethiopia’s Future: How Ethiopia’s Youth Population Growth is Paving the Way for a Brighter Future

Have you ever worried that Ethiopia’s population growth is out of control? Have you been perplexed by the difficulty in grabbing a bus or a taxi during rush hours? Have you been concerned about the lack of affordable housing as a result of the capital city’s ever-increasing population? Well, you are not alone. That is

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT): A talk therapy

CBT is a well-established effective type of short-term therapy or treatment. It is based on the connections between your thoughts, emotions, and behaviors, and how they can influence each other. Although the past is certainly relevant, CBT focuses on providing you with tools to solve your current problems. The key principle behind CBT is that

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One Health Perspective: Food as a Connection among Environmental Wellbeing, Animal Welfare, and Human Health

One Health is the ideology that human, animal, and environmental health are all interconnected. It entails interdisciplinary teams working together to address challenges in order to promote health and society, and also protect natural resources. To improve the health of people and animals including pets, cattle, and other productive animals as well as captive and

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Stagflation and the Ethiopian Economy

Stagflation and the Ethiopian Economy An economic theory maintains that there is an inverse relationship between inflation and unemployment, commonly known as the Philips curve. High inflation is associated with low unemployment and vice-versa. However, emerging and developing economies experienced the first global wave of debt accumulation in 1970s.  Low global real interest rates coupled

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Readying Ethiopia for a home schooling

Home schooling is trending these days pushed by many forces internal and external to the education system. In home schooling, parents educate their kids at home instead of sending them to schools. The venue for education is not limited to the home though: museums, parks, the market, and trips can be used to teach children.

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