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    Introduction: In recent years, Ethiopia has been working towards becoming energy independent. This will affect the culture of the people of Ethiopia because the majority of the culture centered on not having power and using wood for cooking. In order for Ethiopia to become completely energy independent from the Horn of Africa, the main source of power needs to come from hydro-electric plants (Block & Strzepek, 2012). The hydro-electrical plants are the best bet for Ethiopia to gain influence through

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    design manual. This technical review has identified data and technology gaps within the existing manual and made recommendation for further studies and data collection. Following review of runoff and flow estimation techniques currently adopted in Ethiopia, it is recommended that current rainfall runoff and flow estimation analysis techniques are improved using newly available data and technique. As a result of this review, use of Worksheet calculation forms have been suggested for use by ERA staff

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    For decades there has been an ongoing dispute of the Ogaden region of Eastern Ethiopia. The Ogaden region is in Ethiopia’s Somalia Regional State which borders Somalia. Several battles between the Somalis people in that region and the Ethiopian military has left the Ogaden area war torn. Current conflicts between the Ethiopian military and the Ogaden National Liberation Front (ONLF) have forced Ethiopia to put more troops in the area. With escalating tensions in the region both sides continue

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    Garbage King Themes

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    and poverty. Because, this book deals with so many issues related to the IB context Fairness and Development, the story can help teach many students in the IB MYP program about global fairness and development issues. In developing countries such as Ethiopia, problems like human trafficking have become an enormous problem. In the story The Garbage King, one of the main characters, Mamo, gets

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    therefore should be a balance of accommodation of regional interests and an established integration of each subnational unit into the national federal system (Iff, 2002). On the other hand, Asymmetrical federalism allows three possible systems: 1-more power at the national level, 2-certain regional, subnational units to have more power in the national government, or 3-a combination of both. As Andrea Iff suggests, this can provide enough fuel for separatist movements dissatisfied with the uneven

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    The Effect of the Ethiopian Famine

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    Ethiopian Famine took over one million lives. There were many causes that contributed to the complications faced in Ethiopia. These problems received major attention in the global Community. The famine drastically changed people’s lives because of the lack of food and resources and affected Ethiopia to our present day. There were many factors that led to the major catastrophe of famine in Ethiopia in 1984. One of the main contributors was the substandard harvest caused by a devastating lack of rain. In 1983

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    relations and U.S. interests within the Horn of Africa. First, we will explore Djibouti’s social, political, and economic history to understand its culture today. Djibouti is located within the Horn of Africa, with Eritrea bordering its north, Ethiopia to the west, Somalia to the south, and the Gulf of Aden that leads to the Red Sea to its east. The size of the state of New Jersey, it contains a population of over half a million people, which primarily consists of the Afar, also referred to as

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    Summary In order to a establish a design rainfall and flow estimation methodology compatible to the Ethiopian environment and facilitate standard design practices in all road design works in Ethiopia, the Ethiopian Road Authority (ERA) had commissioned Louis Berger Group to prepare a road drainage design manual in 2002 under a credit from the International Development Agency (IDA). This technical note has been prepared for Ethiopian Roads Authority (ERA) as a result of a brief review of the

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    Ethiopia is in a region that is dependent on U.S. and European Union Humanitarian Aid. Since 2009, Ethiopia advanced in cyber espionage against its citizen’s. Innocent journalist from local and from other countries are being tortured, killed and imprisoned for speaking their opinions to the world. Ethiopia’s unofficial cyber espionage program targets innocent journalists and violates the United Nations-The International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights - Article 19 Freedom of Expression. The

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    The Impact of Globalization on Child Labor

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    UNICEF/MOWCYA Adolescent/ Youth Development Programme in Ethiopia. Ministry of Finance and Economic Development and UNICEF in Ethiopia, 1-110. United Nations. (2013, November 22). International Convention on Child Labour. Retrieved from United Nations: http://www.un.org/en/globalissues/briefingpapers/childlabour/intlconvs.shtml USAID. (2013, November 20). USAID Education: Ethiopia. Retrieved from United States Aid : http://www.usaid.gov/ethiopia Weisbrot, M., Naiman, R., & Rudiak, N. (2010). Can Developing

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