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    Ethiopia is in the Horn of Africa and is the largest and most populated country. The capital is Addis Ababa, also known as the “New Flower”. Ethiopia contains multiple cultures and some of the most beautiful wildlife. Ethiopia’s government evolved overtime, fought and succeeded many wars, and has extraordinary locations to visit. Ethiopia was one of the only African nations that was not imperialized by the Europeans, but was colonized by Italy. Ethiopia is one of the most independent countries and has the second largest population in Africa. People were “blocked” from leaving Ethiopia because of wars and government. Ethiopians were “pushed” out due to natural disasters and food insecurity. Many people are “pulled” to Ethiopia because of the…

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    very well last year. First, let me tell you about my background. I was born here in Dallas, but my parents are from Ethiopia. My mother wanted my first language to be English, so I would not struggle in school, but my father had another agenda. Although he also wanted me to learn English first, he was determined to teach me Amharic as well, the national language spoken in Ethiopia. He taught me how to speak, read, and write Amharic. After a couple of months, I became fluent in the language.…

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    Over many years, Ethiopia, one of Africa’s first independent countries, has slowly began to take its place in modern civilization. Before this can be accomplished, Ethiopia must have a well structured government, main religions, a common language, a stable climate, and resources to keep its citizens healthy. The history of Ethiopia shows many famines, and droughts, an unsettling start for Africa’s first independent country. As well as being independent, Ethiopia is also the second most…

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    The Land of 13 Months of Sunshine For many people around the world, mentioning Ethiopia brings to mind the images of famine, drought and poverty. Although those disasters were prevented years ago, they still haunt the country’s international image. It is true that Ethiopia has had its share of natural and manmade problems, but they do not truly define what Ethiopia is today. Ethiopia has always been a nation blessed with many unique natural, cultural, and historical wonders. There are…

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    Name: Zakisha H Question: Compare colonial resistance in two colonies. Resisting Europe About two-thirds of the world was under the control of European power. “At some point west Europeans ruled most of the world but not all of it.”1 However, Ethiopia and Japan managed to maintain their sovereignty. Although, Japan and Ethiopia was not a colony of Europe it easily could have been one. The Ethiopians and Japanese both used defensive modernization to resist colonization. Defensive modernization…

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    Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, also known as Ethiopia, has a population of 102,374,044 people (Central Intelligence Agency, 2016). Oromo people make up 34.4 per cent of the population and Amhara people make up 27 per cent of the population (Central Intelligence Agency, 2016). Ethiopia is located in Eastern Africa, west of Somalia with a total area of 1,104,300 sq. km (Central Intelligence Agency, 2016). It has a Some of their natural resources include: gold, platinum. Copper, and…

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    Ethiopia had a unique cultural development between the period in which the first trade relationship with the Pharaohs began and the Middle Ages, which is the result of various influences on this civilization that had already developed its own characteristics and had distinguished itself for a Christian confession that, over the centuries, will constitute a point of strength and cohesion for its people. Just think that today the Ethiopian Church is the most widespread of all the Eastern Orthodox…

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    For my 20 time project I made Ethiopian food. The reason I chose this is because I have a four year old sister, Piper, who my family adopted from Ethiopia last year, and I wanted to learn more about what it was like there, and also to kind of bring it back for her. Throughout this project, I was hoping to learn more about what it is like there, what they do and how they do it. For my project, I researched a traditional coffee ceremony, I looked up recipes, ingredients, common foods, and special…

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    Teff is the smallest grain in the world, it is ancient to Ethiopia and is used to make the Ethiopian staple Injera. Located in the eastern sub-Sahara region of Africa, with its unique cultural heritage and ancient culture, Ethiopia is one of the most beautiful countries around the globe. Unfortunately, in the past 30 years Ethiopia had been famous for drought and famine that killed thousands of its citizens. Many Ethiopian’s depend on foreign food aid due to the periodic drought they experience.…

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    Not all developing countries are the same. In 1977 when Djibouti broke away from the French territories they had big dreams of their country developing and becoming a major port area for goods. During the colonial years little effort was made to help develop the country socially or economically (SOURCE 2.) The countries location is located at the intersection of the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden. Djibouti is located in Northeastern Africa, also known as the Horn of Africa. The surrounding…

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