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Woreda

In Ethiopia, a political subdivision approximately equivalent to a county.
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Discussions focused on a wide range of topics such as Point-of-Care Lionex and Lipoarabinomannan (LAM) antigen tests and rapid Tuberculosis detection in cattle using non-invasive samples, Characterization of diverse novel porcine astroviruses in East African smallholder piglets, Tumor Necrosis factor -308 gene polymorphism and risk of Plasmodium Falcifarum malaria infection among people living in Denbia wereda, Northwest Ethiopia, Detection and Phylogenetic Genotyping of Epstein Barr Virus (EBV) Among Blood Donors in Qatar, and more.
Eguale, In Vitro Evaluation of Anthelmintic Activities of Crude Extracts of Selected Medicinal Plants Against Haemonchus Contortus in Alemgena Wereda, Ethiopia, APG, 3, 20 (2012).
Prevalence of factors affecting work-related injury among workers engaged in small and medium-scale industries in Gondar Wereda, North Gondar zone, Amhara Regional state, Ethiopia.
Tessema A, Mohammed A, Birhanu T, Negu T (2014) Assessment of Physico-chemical Water Quality of Bira Dam, Bati Wereda, Amhara Region, Ethiopia p: 5.
Herd prevalence of CBPP and BTB and Dictyocaulosis in Bodji Wereda in West Wellega.
Honeybee Production Systems Opportunities and Challenges in Amaro Special Wereda and Enebse Sar Midir Wereda.
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.
Finally, village level variables such as, distance to wereda (district) and market also influence the use of fertilizer by the rural farm households.
There are 22 Cooperative Unions in the region established at Wereda (District) level which is significant development indicator of the region.
Sexual behavior of urban and rural out of school youth towards STDS/HIV and factors associated with these behaviors in Dera Wereda.
Perhaps surprisingly only two of Cosijn's emendations have been generally adopted by editors: Wedera for MS wereda (2186) and laeng for MS laeg (2307), where Thorpe and Grundvig had already suggested leng and Cosijn was merely objecting to the normalization of the form.