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1. The State of Tigray
(regional information/ethiopian regions)
... incense, sesame and minerals. 1.5 million hectares of land in the region is cultivable, of which one million hectares is being cultivated, while 420,877 hectares of land is terraced. Handicraft (gold smith, ...
2. The State of Somali
(regional information/ethiopian regions)
... Genale and Weybe, which could be utilized for irrigation. LIVESTOCK The region claims to have about 11.15 million domestic animals (1997 G.C.) of which 2.15 million are cattle. 5.63 million are sheep and ...
3. SNNP
(regional information/ethiopian regions)
... 300 species of birds. Some of the wild animals found in this State are Elephant, Lion, Giraffe, Leopard, Zebra, Monkey, Lesser kudu, Water Buck, Corocodile, Rhinoceros, Warthogs, and Buffalo. NATURAL ...
4. The State of Oromia
(regional information/ethiopian regions)
... There are more than 761 investment projects in the region. These projects have a capital of 3.4 billion Birr and will provide employment opportunity for above 51,728 employees. With its vast and varied ...
5. The State of Harari People
(regional information/ethiopian regions)
... the walled city. INVESTMENT There are more than 80 investors with a capital of above 200 million Birr in the State. This will create employment opportunities for over 10,000 persons. Harrari is rich in ...
6. The State of Gambella
(regional information/ethiopian regions)
... of the region. INVESTMENT Nine private investors are engaged in agricultural, construction and service areas, with 28.4 million Birr capital and, 543 persons will benefit form the opportunities ...
7. The State of Amhara
(regional information/ethiopian regions)
...  LIVESTOCK The estimated livestock population of the region is 9.1 million cattle, 8.4 million sheep and goats, 1.6 million equines, and 8.5 million poultry. About 40% of the livestock population of the ...
8. The State of Afar
(regional information/ethiopian regions)
... of human species, where a 4.4 million years old humanoid is recently discovered. CAPITAL CITY The capital city of the state of Afar is Aysaita. LOCATION Afar is located in the eastern part of Ethiopia. ...
9. Addis Ababa City Council
(regional information/ethiopian regions)
...  Area Addis Ababa covers about 540 Km2 of which 18.2 Km2 are rural. Population According to the 1994 census, the population of Addis Ababa is 2.3 million of which 28,149 are living in the rural parts ...
10. People & Culture
(About Ethiopia/Culture & People)
... style of dress is found among the Oromo horsemen of the central highlands, who, on ceremonial days such as Maskal, attire themselves in lions' manes or baboon-skin headdresses and, carrying hippo-hide ...
11. History of Ethiopia
(About Ethiopia/Ethiopian History)
... era of the princess, but his ambitions were not those of the regional nobility. After controlling Shewa, he faced constant rebellions in other provinces, despite the fact that he could reign in a relatively ...
12. Archeological Attractions
(Attractions/Archeological)
... have established that the skeleton covering 40% of the human body had belonged to a twenty-years-old female that lived 3.5 million years ago. Registered by the United Nations Education, Science, and Culture ...
13. Rivers and Lakes
(About Ethiopia/Lakes & rivers)
... Abyssinian reedbuck, wart hog, hartebeest, lion, elephant and hippopotamus. Lake Zwai South of Addis Ababa, some 160 kilometers away, lies Zwai, the northernmost and largest lake in the chain. It is filled ...
14. Facts about Ethiopia
(About Ethiopia/Ethiopian History)
... (In southern Ethiopia, 5 regions have combined to form the Southern Region.)The present government was elected in 1995 for a 5-year term. Population The current population is more than 70 million, making ...
15. Addis Ababa & Surrounding
(News/Newsflash)
...  Now a city of 4 million people, it was founded by Emperor Menelik in 1887. The National Museum This famous museum, close to the University of Addis Ababa Graduate School, houses numerous antiquarian ...
16. Mago National Park
(National Park/Gamella NP)
... as lion, cheetah, leopard, burchell's zebra, gerenuk, oryx and greater and lesser kudu. Bird life:- The birds are typical of the dry grassland habitat, featuring bustards, hornbills, weavers and starlings. ...
17. Gambela National Park
(National Park/Gamella NP)
... waterbuck, Roan antelope, zebra, bushbuck, Abyssinian reedbuck, warthog, hartebeest, hyena, lion and elephant. Unfortunately, there are very few animals to be seen in the park, but the birds ...
18. Omo National Park
(National Park/Omo NP)
... Elephants, Giraffe, Cheetah, Lion, Leopard, Burchell's Zebra, are quite common. The park is not easily accessible. The park HQ is 75km from Kibish settlement. However, a new airstrip is available close ...
19. Awash National Park
(National Park/Awash NP)
... are found in the riverside and drier areas respectively. Leopards, Lions, Black-Backed and Golden Jackals, Caracals, Servals and Wildcats are also seen in the park very rarely. Until recently, 2003, ...
20. Banking and Insurance
('Uncategorised Content')
...  Email: United.insurance@telecom.net.et Universal Insurance Company P.O. Box 17963, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Telephone: +251-1-189255 / +251-1-614237 Fax: +251-1-614238 Email: - LION INTERNATIONAL ...
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