2 edition of Population of Ethiopia found in the catalog.
Population of Ethiopia
Ethiopia. YaStaМ„tistiks tМЈaqlaМ„y sМЈehМЈfat beМЃt.
|Statement||Imperial Ethiopian Govt., Central Statistical Office.|
|Series||Statistical bulletin - Imperial Ethiopian Govt., Central Statistical Office ; 6, Statistical bulletin (Ethiopia. YaStātistiks ṭaqlāy ṣeḥfat bét) ;, 6.|
|LC Classifications||HA2275.E8 A43 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||58 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||58|
|LC Control Number||74980195|
The population of Oromia in can be known after checking the population from the last 5 years. It is noticed that the population in the time span of the last 5 years has jumped up by Million. Also, each year the population increases by Million as per aggregate. Ethiopia's heterogeneous population indirectly, largely through accommodation and co-option. Haile Sellassie centralized the state and expanded Ethiopia's civil society as a counterweight to ethnic forces. He fostered unity through the development of a national army, a pan-Ethiopian economy.
Ethiopia - Ethiopia - Religion: Christianity was introduced to Ethiopia in the 4th century, and the Ethiopian Orthodox Church (called Tewahdo in Ethiopia) is one of the oldest organized Christian bodies in the world. The church has long enjoyed a dominant role in the culture and politics of Ethiopia, having served as the official religion of the ruling elite until the demise of the monarchy in. Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia Population Census Commission: Summary and statistical report of the Population and Housing Census: population size by age and sex. (December )-- Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: The Agency, pages in PDF format.
This statistic shows the total population of Ethiopia from to by gender. Try our corporate solution for free! +1 () Whitepapers, E-Books, etc. More Information. Ethiopia is a landlocked country in East Africa occupying an area of 1,, sq. km. The country has one of the most rugged and complex topographies in the continent. The five major topographic features of the country are the Rift Valley, Western .
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Ethiopia is a predominantly agricultural country – more than 80% of the population lives in rural areas – that is in the early stages of demographic transition. Infant, child, and maternal mortality have fallen sharply over the past decade, but the total fertility rate has declined more slowly and the population continues to grow.
Ethiopia: Population, Resources, Economy by Galperin, Georgi and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Ethiopia’s rapid population growth is putting increasing pressure on land resources, expanding environmental degradation, and raising vulnerability to food shortages.
With more than 40 percent of the population below the age of 15 and a fertility rate of over 5 children per woman (and even higher in rural areas), Ethiopia will have to make.
Ethiopia ’s current population is about million and is expected to surpass million by the end of Ethiopia’s population is growing about % annually with no projected peak year or period of decline.
The birth rate in Ethiopia is 36 births per 1, people. The fertility rate is births per woman. The book is more important and useful to policymakers not only in Ethiopia, but for other countries in the sub-Saharan African region that might have similar demographic and socio-economic development issues.” (Gebremariam Woldemicael, Canadian Studies in Population, Vol.
40 (), ) “This book captures and brilliantly describes the. NOTE: The information regarding Ethiopia on this page is re-published from the World Fact Book of the United States Central Intelligence Agency and other sources. No claims are made regarding the accuracy of Ethiopia information contained here.
(1) United Nations Population Division. World Population Prospects: Revision. (2) Census reports and other statistical publications from national statistical offices, (3) Eurostat: Demographic Statistics, (4) United Nations Statistical Division.
Ethiopia Urban Population Currently, % of the population of Ethiopia is urban (23, people in ) Population Density. The population density in Ethiopia is people per Km 2 ( people per mi 2), calculated on a total land area of 1, Km2 (, sq.
miles). Largest Cities in Ethiopia # CITY NAME. 73 rows Chart and table of Ethiopia population from to United Nations projections are.
This is a book written about one of the biggest ethnic group in Africa written by an Oromo scholar. In fact, it deals with the particular area within Oromia, the Gibe region. However, the gist of the book tries to address two fundamental issues in the Ethiopian historiography regarding the Oromo s: than half of Ethiopia's territory b ut contains only 11% of the population (Ayna lem Adugna, nd).
Teller et al. () also st ated that the Ethiopian population has traditionally been. Population & People: The total population of Ethiopia is approximat, people according to a census.
The age structure is 47% under 14 years, % between 15 years and 64 years, % over 65 years. The population growth rate is % ( estimate), the birth rate is births per 1, people ( The Population and Housing Census results show that the population of Ethiopia grew at an average annual rate of % between anddown from % during the period – Currently, the population growth rate is among the top ten countries in the world.
() Britannica Book of the Year () () Central Statistical Agency of Ethiopia (web). The totals of and incl andpersons, respectively, living in the special enumeration areas Moyale, Afdem, Meda Welabu and Mulo.
Written in Ge’ez, an ancient dead language of Ethiopia, it’s nearly years older than the King James Version and contains books compared to It includes the Book of Enoch, Esdras, Buruch and all three books of Maccabees, and a.
The country's population is highly diverse, comprising over 80 different ethnic groups. Most people in Ethiopia speak Afroasiatic languages, mainly of the Semitic or Cushitic branches. Among these are the Oromo, Amhara, Somali and Tigrayans, who together constitute around three-quarters of the population.
Nilo-Saharan-speaking Nilotic ethnic minorities also inhabit the southern regions of the. This is a list of ethnic groups in Ethiopia that are officially recognized by the is a list taken from the Ethiopian National Census: Population size and percentage of Ethiopia's total population according to the and censuses follows each entry.
Ethiopia's population is highly diverse, containing over 80 different ethnic groups. Net migration rate: 0 migrant(s)/1, population note: repatriation of Ethiopian refugees residing in Sudan is expected to continue for several years; some Sudanese, Somali, and Eritrean refugees, who fled to Ethiopia from the fighting or famine in their own countries, continue to.
Ethiopia population density is people per square kilometer (/mi 2) as of October Density of population is calculated as permanently settled population of Ethiopia divided by total area of the country. Total area is the sum of land and water areas within international boundaries and coastlines of Ethiopia.
Ethiopians are a pretty diverse group, with most having brownish skin that I’ve heard described as “coffee-colored.” About 30–40% of an average Ethiopian’s DNA is Caucasian, though, the apparent result of multiple migrations from Arabia thousands.
ETHIOPIA. National Population Policy of April (National Population Policy of Ethiopia, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Office of the Prime Minister, April ) 2. POPULATION AND DEVELOPMENT Environment.
Experience over the last couple of decades in Ethiopia has shown that as human numbers increased, the population carrying capacity of the environment decreased.With more than million people (), Ethiopia is the second most populous nation in Africa after Nigeria, and the fastest growing economy in the region.
However, it is also one of the poorest, with a per capita income of $ Ethiopia aims to reach lower-middle-income status by Ethiopia is the oldest independent country in Africa, and the three main colors of the flag were so often adopted by other African countries on independence that they became known as the pan-African colors.
1. Library of Congress – Federal Research Division Country Profile: Ethiopia, April HISTORICAL BACKGROUND Prehistory and.