kebele


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kebele

(kəˈbeɪleɪ)
n
a small administrative unit in Ethiopia
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As of August 2018, IOM has been providing shelter assistance to the displaced communities through the construction of 39 communal shelters and the rehabilitation of 13 existing structures in district (or 'kebele') compounds used as temporary settlements.
The challenge is that stakeholders at Kebele level work together: farmers and cooperatives; development agents and Kebele administration and finally, financial institutions and Kebele credit committees.
Depending on whether they are registered in the kebele (sub-district) employment lists or not, are involved in party or other political activities, or commit to saving and credit through government microfinance institutions (MFIs), those living in peri-urban areas are allowed to claim social, economic and political space in very different ways.
The necessary permission was obtained from Hadiya zone health department, and selected Woreda health offices and kebele administrative offices.
The Regional Bureau of Health in Beneshangul-Gumuz provided valuable direction and guidance for the study along with District representatives and Kebele administrators.
If we further reduce our geographical focus to the level of the Kebele (an administrative district; N= 12,374), the correlation further increases to r=.234, p < .001.
Local officials, also known as Kebele councils, form the primary unit of administration, (55) and determine eligibility for food assistance, recommend referrals to health care and schools, and provide access to state-distributed resources like seeds, fertilizers, and other essential agricultural inputs based on loyalty to the government.
28-year-old-single mother of three, Yiftusira Ashenef, is a host farmer of a 0.1 acre Community Demonstration Plot (CDP) in Wikma village of Gol Wikma Kebele, Enarj Enawga Woreda, East Gojam Zone, Amhara region of Ethiopia.
Study participants were then allocated nonproportionally to the number of pregnant mothers and mothers having a child less than one year (nonproportional to size) in each kebele. Finally, sampling frame was prepared for each kebele and simple random sampling technique was applied to select the study participants.
To date, information on the impact of being the ODF kebele on under-five diarrhea is limited or meager as a comprehensive package.
Menkir, Prevalence and Associated Risk Factors of Visceral Leishmaniasis in Bura Kebele, Libo kemkem Woreda, North, Ethiopia (MSc Thesis), Haramaya University, 2014.