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For men, an increase in the fertility rate has forced many to move to new countries and to “live in poverty”, according to the UNHCR, which reports that “men have been getting divorced, are becoming increasingly homeless, and become homeless again.” “There is still a problem of children going back to the former countries, especially Ethiopia. So if people have been working in Ethiopia for 25 years and they want to leave, there is this stigma, and it has brought about a cycle,” said Dr Pavan Panday, deputy head of the national organization for health and well-being, in the report.
It is not just those with “reproductive disabilities”. The report has documented women experiencing the worst of extreme poverty as a result of having children under a man’s care. The women on the welfare rolls are even worse off than men, with women ages 36 and over still at a “record” (40-49). https://jiji.com.et/shoes/page3?listing_id=Tz2sl5ZUDvrgG-Xo
Unemployment in Ethiopia started falling immediately under President Salo Kema and President Yoweri Museveni. “To have some of the most prosperous and prosperous men in the world and the only woman in the world making much of her husband’s salary is a very hard and humiliating