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kebele

(kəˈbeɪleɪ)
n
a small administrative unit in Ethiopia
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17) interview, Lobuty Dogol, woman in Lopokor kebele, Nyangatom woreda, Ethiopia, 22 August 2014.
3) FAO Ethiopia CMC Road, Bole Sub City, Kebele 12/13 P O Box 5536, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia (current address)
3) The term kebele refers to the lowest unit in the administrative structure of the Ethiopian state.
14, 2015, families begin their journey home from the Estayesh Food Distribution Site in Denkena Kebele, Meket Woreda, Ethiopia.
Then, the calculated sample size was proportionally allocated to districts of urban and rural Kebele (the smallest administrative unit in Ethiopia) based on the expected number of pregnant women.
The total households in the Adisalem Kebele were 312, of which 14 households (4.
Through this consultative meeting, along with the proposed pilot deployment to be used in the kebele context, we acquired a better understanding of the kebele organizational structure and the challenges of using animations as training materials within these communities.
Study Area: This cross sectional survey was conducted In Bahir Dar city, Amhara Regional State, Ethiopia; there are 9 urban kebele and three satellite kebeles (the smallest administrative unit in Ethiopia).
A kebele is the smallest administrative unit in Ethiopia that comprises roughly 1000 households.
Similarly, a recent corruption perception survey conducted by Kilimanjaro International (2012) has identified municipalities (95%), tax collection agencies (89%), the courts (81%), and kebele administrations (80%) being as the most vulnerable to corruption.
Officials in the Gamo Gofa Zone formed a taskforce with members from the court, police, zonal council, civil service offices, and the Bureau of Justice that met quarterly to coordinate trafficking cases; similar taskforces were created at the woreda and kebele levels in Gamo Gofa that met more frequently.