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Woreda

In Ethiopia, a political subdivision approximately equivalent to a county.
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access credit using the produce of the land as guarantee in the selected woredas
This also comes days after county commissioners from the rebel-held territories that border Gambella region also had a similar cross-border joint meeting with their counter-parts from bordering woredas (districts) in Gambella.
The Netherlands Development Organization) Red beans Value Chain Analysis in PSNP plus--Dale and Loka Abaya Woredas.
The programme connects GPSDO volunteer community health workers with health extension workers and development agents to deliver integrated messages and services in five woredas (districts).
This publication from the World Bank discusses 15 years of decentralization of basic services in Ethiopia from federal and regional control to that of the woredas (districts).
The activity operates in Wanthoa and Akobo woredas (districts), in partnership with the Gambella National Regional State Justice Bureau.
May 3, 2015 (ADDIS ABABA) -- South Sudanese officials in the rebel controlled counties [districts) in Jonglei and Upper Nile states sign a cooperation agreement with their neighbouring Ethiopian woredas [districts] in promotion of cohesion between the cross-border communities.
Tesfay H Assessment of Institutional Setup and Effect of Household Level Water Harvesting in Ensuring Sustainable Livelihood: Case study of Kobo, Almata and Kilte Awlaelo Woredas in Amhara and Tigray Regions of Ethiopia.
Goal: Contribute toward the National Polio Eradication Initiative in the border, pastoralist and hard to reach woredas (districts) and prevent importation and circulation of Wild Polio Virus from neighboring countries.
5 million rural people have benefited from improved water supply and sanitation services through capacity building in 204 woredas and construction of 3,364 rural water supply schemes," said Yitbarek Tessema, the World Bank's Task Team Leader for the project.
IFPRI will collect baseline data for the required population-based indicators from 149 woredas (districts) which make up the USAID Ethiopia Feed the Future zone of influence and undertake mid-point and final zone of influence surveys and impact analyses.
2 Billion dollars are allocated for the program that focuses to provide more reliable, timely and sustainable support to chronically food insecure households in over 300 woredas (counties) across the country.