Woreda


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Woreda

In Ethiopia, a political subdivision approximately equivalent to a county.
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Maintained one water supply system damaged during the conflict in Derashe Special Woreda (district) in SNNPR, which serves 6,680 people
In a study of complementary food preferences, mothers in a woreda in SNNPR indicated that they preferred a light colour for complementary foods and had rejected use of red haricot beans [17].
Signed in Tiergol woreda [district] in Gambella region of Ethiopia early this week, the cooperation agreement which is sanctioned by the Gambella Regional Justice Bureau, was inked by cross-border district officials, chiefs, traditional leaders and representatives of religious leaders, women and youth groups from the rebel held bordering counties in Jonglei and Upper Nile states and the districts of Gambella region in Ethiopia.
Sintayehu Building, Woreda 02, Bole Sub City, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Early marriage and its effects on girls' education in rural Ethiopia: The case of Mecha Woreda in West Gojjam, NorthWestern Ethiopia.
Studies on Production and Marketing Systems of Local Chicken Ecotypes in Bure Woreda, North-west Amhara Regional State, Ethiopia.
In the evaluation of the programme, 962 married women of reproductive age were interviewed about family planning and fertility management from one woreda where GPSDO implements its PHE programme and one woreda where they implement a vertical, family planning-only programme.
Economic valuation of gully rehabilitation; a case study at Farta Woreda, in South Gondar, Ethiopia.
Recently, the firm obtained a 50-year lease for 200,000 acres of land in the Dandure Woreda (NOTE--SPELLING IS CORRECT) district to produce biofuel crops.
Gesha variety is named after the woreda (administrative district of Ethiopia) in which it was discovered, and is the same variety (with a different spelling) made famous by Hacienda la Esmeralda, Panama in recent years' Cup of Excellence competitions.
ADDIS ABEBA, Ethiopia, December 4 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Nokia and Nokia Siemens Networks announced their partnership with Save the Children Finland to help alleviate the existing water problem made worse by the current drought in Alaba Special Woreda through collaboration with the Woreda administration and its relevant offices.
In Ethiopia, a malaria-specific surveillance system aimed for early outbreak detection at both the village (positivity >25% detected among slides collected by field workers in the community was considered an outbreak and theoretically led to village-level mass treatment and vector control) and woreda or zone (where weekly reports from health facilities were compiled) levels.