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Woreda

In Ethiopia, a political subdivision approximately equivalent to a county.
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Haileslassie T, Fanta G and J Gabra Feeding practices, nutritional status and associated factors of lactating women in Samre Wereda, South Eastern Zone of Tigray Ethiopia.
The anthropological research on which this article is based took place in one semi-urban and one rural community in Asgede Tsimbla Wereda, a district in north-western Tigray.
There are 22 Cooperative Unions in the region established at Wereda (District) level which is significant development indicator of the region.
59) Frank focuses on the poet's play on a group of morphologically similar forms throughout the poem: weard, word, wereda, wyrd.
Detailed explanation about the research was given to the health workers at the wereda (an administrative unit equivalent to district) level.
The lack of institutional capacity at the subregional levels, particularly at the wereda (district) and kebele (village) levels, poses one of the biggest challenges to the effective implementation of the women's policy.
In the morning, she reported to the kebele council and the wereda administration.
Men identified the school, the three churches (Catholic, Orthodox, MekaneYesus), the wereda council, the nursery site, and the bureau of agriculture as the critical institutions.
In order to bring women into decisionmaking roles, regional governments should seriously consider employing affirmative action measures for women in the wereda council.
All four areas studied in the PRA are drought prone and include: Dimtu Chekorso in Artuma Jilla wereda in the Oromiya zone; Jarso PA in Guba Laffso wereda, in the North Wollo zone; Wollech PA in Sekota wereda, in Wag Hamra Zone, about 700 kms away from Addis; and Worreb PA in Bahar Dar Zurai wereda, in the West Gojjam zone.
intermediate hierarchy between the wereda and the regional levels to facilitate efficient administration.
The women's affairs office and the local government structures--namely the bureaus of women's affairs and planning and wereda officials--introduced the team of local consultants to the community.