• Culture
    University: A Brief Profile 2000 , 2000. Ahmed, Hussein. "The Historiography of Islam in Ethiopia." Journal of Islamic Studies 3 (1): 15–46, 1992. Akilu, Amsalu. A Glimpse of Ethiopia, 1997. Briggs, Philip. Guide to Ethiopia, 1998. Brooks, Miguel F. Kebra Nagast [The Glory of Kings], 1995. Budge, Sir...
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  • The Role of Civil Society Organisations in
    THE ROLE OF CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANISATIONS IN DEMOCRATISATION PROCESS IN ETHIOPIA By Sisay Gebre-Egziabher, P.O.Box: 27093, Addis Ababa – 1000, Ethiopia, E-mail: sisay_g@hotmail.com Paper Presented at the Fifth International Conference of the International Society for the Third-Sector Research (ISTR) ...
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  • Banks Lending Scenario and Financing Development Programs in Ethiopia
    Ethiopian financial systems history banking services and instruments such as deposits accounts and export financing (Getahun, 2008). In pre 1974 Ethiopia, the financial system operated in a free market economic environment. However, in 1980s, the financial system was restructured and reorganized to...
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  • Black Gold
    gold examines the coffee supply chain and follows it back to its origin, Ethiopia, which is the biggest coffee producer in Africa. Ethiopia is also the birthplace of coffee. Harvested and drank for thousands of years, Ethiopia produces some of the world's finest coffee beans. Yet, despite the rise of...
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  • Rastafarian movement in Ethiopia
    an environment that was full of poverty, depression, racism and class discrimination. As a result there was a prophecy that emerged from Marcus Gravery stating that the Rastafarian homeland was Ethiopia and that it was obligatory to leave as fast as possible to Ethiopia. When reading many different sources...
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  • Description of Axum
    Obelisk of Axum is 1700 year-old, 24-meters (78-feet) tall and weighs 180 tonnes. It started in 1936 when the Italia’s series of triumphs concurring Ethiopia and some other countries, after seven months campaign the Italians lost. This loss was unexpected for the world especially for Italians. Mussolini...
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  • Ethiopa
    I chose Ethiopia because I know that it is an African nation unlike many others. I first learned about Ethiopia my sophomore year of high school when taking A.P. World History. I remember learning that Ethiopia is the oldest independent country in Africa, as well as one of the first established Christian...
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  • Rastafarianism
    injustices such as inequality, oppression and poverty. The foundation of the Rastafarian religion is rooted in the Holy Bible, which is believed to be the word of God. “Our primary belief is that Jesus Christ returned to Earth as Emperor Haile Selassie I of Ethiopia”. (R. Kamau, personal communication, December...
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  • Fao and Its Short-Term Response in the Ethiopia Food Crisis
    specialized agencies of the United Nations. Besides, as the lead agency for agriculture, forestry, fisheries and rural development, it seeks to reduce poverty, hunger and malnutrition by promoting sustainable agriculture development, improved nutrition and the targeting of food security (FAO, 2012). FAO also...
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  • Rastafarians
    It is often associated with the poorer black population of Jamaica. It is not just a religion, but a way of life. Rastafarians speak out against; poverty, oppression and inequality.....not just religious ideas but global problems. Rastafarians will use the Bible for guidance . The prime basic belief...
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  • Ethiopia
    Global Health in Ethiopia August 11, 2010 Introduction Ethiopia Ethiopia is a country completely surrounded by land, and positioned in the northeast region of Africa. Formally known as Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, it is the second most populated country in Africa. As of 2009 the population...
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  • Faminein Ethiopia
    People all over Africa are suffering from famine and dying from it. One country in particular stands above all the rest looking back in history. Ethiopia, formerly known as Abyssinia in 3000 BC, when it became the first African nation, has hit its bottom and cannot get any worse. Famine, hunger, fear...
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  • Issue of Child Prostitution
    increasing, the age of girls joining the business is declining. In “Voices Seldom Heard: Child Prostitutes in Ethiopia”, James Hoot, Selamawit Tadesse, and Rahmet Abdella, study the relation between poverty and child prostitution, and the trickling effect it is having on society. Through a series of interviews...
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  • Ethiopia
    NEW YORK—Ethiopia is poised to overtake China as the number one country of origin for foreign adoptees in the United States. Matches between orphans and families have been on the increase in what’s widely been recognized a one of the most successful intercountry adoption programs in recent years....
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  • 2013 Report on the Insurance Industry in Ethiopia, Key Trends and Opportunities to 2017
    The Insurance Industry in Ethiopia, Key Trends and Opportunities to 2017 Synopsis The report provides in depth industry analysis, information and insights into the insurance industry in Ethiopia, including: • The Ethiopian insurance industry’s growth prospects by insurance segments and sub-segments...
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  • Harvard Study on Coca Cola Mdc
    Developing Inclusive Business Models A Review of Coca-Cola's Manual Distribution Centers in Ethiopia and Tanzania Jane Nelson, Eriko Ishikawa and Alexis Geaneotes Executive Summary Written by Jane Nelson, Eriko Ishikawa and Alexis Geaneotes © 2009 Harvard Kennedy School and International Finance...
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  • Bill Gates
    born in the United States than the poverty stricken Ethiopia. She said that hundreds of people come to the United States from foreign countries with nothing in their pockets but still make it. What would be the point, she argued, of living in a war torn, below poverty level country, just to escape a tax...
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  • School
    single motherhood over the life course in Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania, Malawi, and Zimbabwe. We find that in all countries a substantial proportion of women experience at least one episode of being a single mother before the age of 45, ranging from 30% in Ethiopia to nearly 70% in Zimbabwe. In all countries...
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  • United Nations and Their Work with Poverty
    United Nations and Their Work to End World Poverty United Nations is an international organization composed of 192 members from almost every country around the world; such as Canada, the United States, Italy and Switzerland(“The United Nations: An Introduction for Students” ) [1]. Founded on October...
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  • Socioeconomic Effects of Coffee Trade on the Ethiopian Farmer
    Socioeconomic effects on farmers in a volatile Ethiopian coffee market and the promise of the Fair Trade movement Coffee and Ethiopia have shared a lengthy and highly tumultuous relationship. According to some, their history dates back to the fifteenth century, but it is widely acknowledged that...
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