Kebeles

Kebeles

In Ethiopia, a political subdivision approximately equivalent to a neighborhood within a city.
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Last week NFIs were distributed to 500 households in Gedeo and West Guji Zones, Dimba Dimbe, Haro Bareti and Bankidabatu Kebeles while provision of shelter-construction materials to the displaced communities continues.
Hadiya zone was divided into 10 rural Woreda and two administrative towns with total of 329 kebeles from which 303 of them rural and 26 of them were urban.
A multi-stage, stratified, random sampling procedure proportional to the size of the household in each kebeles (small administrative unit in Ethiopia) was used to enroll the study participants.
The rural kebeles (lowest administrative unit) or villages within each woreda/district were chosen in collaboration with the Regional Health Bureau to represent the range of cultures, ethnicities and religions in the region.
Constraints, opportunities and challenges of cattle fattening practices in urban and peri-urban kebeles of Dessie Town, Ethiopia.
Building on the high level of local participation and insights gained, this project now extends the activities to the remaining 32 Kebeles of the Munessa Woreda.
From each of the districts (Figure 1), four Kebeles were selected for the rapid assessment.
Totally, 218 participants (200 participants for questionnaire and 18 participants for focus group discussions) participated in the study, selected from the four Kebeles which are Bosaadis, Bosakito, Hermata and Hermatamentina that are found in Jimma town.
In Ethiopia, four of the six kebeles (subgovernmental units) were certified as ODF in the first year, and the remaining two were certified during the follow-up stage (Crocker et al.
The sampling frame used for the EDHS was the Population and Housing Census conducted by the Central Statistical Authority (CSA) in 2007; during the 2007 Population and Housing Census, each of the kebeles was subdivided into convenient areas called census enumeration areas (EAs).
Gambella Regional State has four administrative zones with eight districts and seven towns with a total of 174 kebeles (subcities), where eight of the kebeles are found in the capital city (Figure 1).