Kilil

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Kilil

In Ethiopia, a political subdivision equivalent to a province.
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In Ethiopia, the first early grade reading assessment (EGRA) was conducted in 2010 in six mother tongue languages of medium of instruction in eight regions of Ethiopia.
In summary, this study shows that children adopted from Ethiopia who lived in malaria-endemic regions of Ethiopia or had past or current splenomegaly are at risk for asymptomatic P.
Yirgacheffe, Guji and Sidamo are for me the big three regions of Ethiopia that any coffee addict worth their salt should visit.
Other minority ethnic groups include Mejenger, Komo, Oppo and highlanders who come from the other regions of Ethiopia.
The study, based on an analysis of records from highland regions of Ethiopia and Colombia, suggests that future climate warming will result in a significant increase in malaria cases in densely populated regions of Africa and South America, unless disease monitoring and control efforts are boosted and sustained.
Moreover, in some regions of Ethiopia, iodine concentration of cow's milk was found to vary from 15.
Its success will enable it to be scaled up in other regions of Ethiopia.
This trip is an extraordinary opportunity to see firsthand the impact of our work in the most remote regions of Ethiopia.
Participants are asked to support ORBIS Ireland's commitment to eliminate blinding trachoma in the Gamo Gofa, Konso and Derashe regions of Ethiopia by the end of 2012 by raising a minimum donation of euro 3,500.
Oxfam's Rob McNeil, who has just returned from the Somali and Afar regions of Ethiopia, said: "This is a catastrophe in the making but we have time to act before it becomes a reality.
Drought and steep hikes in food prices are having a devastating impact on children and families in certain regions of Ethiopia.
EngenderHealth has developed and field-tested a training protocol--covering sexuality and gender, HIV and STI prevention, dual protection, and integrated counseling skills--and is using it to train staff at primary health care facilities in three regions of Ethiopia.