Kebeles

Kebeles

In Ethiopia, a political subdivision approximately equivalent to a neighborhood within a city.
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The Nyangatom report Dassanetch attacks on Nyangatom kebeles such as Lebere (including a recent incident in 2014) in which cattle were raided and people killed.
Tamene S (2011) An ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants in Wondo genet natural forest and adjacent kebeles, Sidama Zone, SNNP Region, Ethiopia, Unpublished results [M.
It is divided into 11 kebeles (3) and one small town known as Bodo.
Upon completion the road will connect Dabat District with Tegde District, and pass through the Arber, Guchreb, Ayirfada, Aditwalge and Aragi kebeles.
com/ethiopian-army-locates-abducted-children-south-sudan-report-2357236) April 15 raid on the rival Nuer community in Ethiopia's western Gambella province, which left 208 people dead and dozens injured in 13 kebeles, or neighborhoods.
The percentage of population living within 2km from an all weather-road has increased each year by 2% and today more than 65% of kebeles [local districts] have access to the national road network including during the rainy season.
As a result, a pilot deployment project was designed and implemented in selected kebeles within the Adama woreda.
The zone has 17 districts (15 rural districts and 2 urban district administrations) and 482 kebeles (448 rural kebeles and 34 urban kebeles) with total population of 1,837,896 [7, 8].
The same staff facilitated volunteer training and supervision after kebeles selected their CHPs.
Study Area: This cross sectional survey was conducted In Bahir Dar city, Amhara Regional State, Ethiopia; there are 9 urban kebele and three satellite kebeles (the smallest administrative unit in Ethiopia).