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Ethiopi Stereotypes Generated By Society
I entered this course knowing little about Ethiopia other than the stereotypes generated by society.
Throughout my first week of class I learned that Ethiopia was the birthplace of coffee. However,
since the first phase my knowledge and appreciation of Ethiopia has grown tremendously. Similar to
many others in Western society, I saw Ethiopia as the sick African child suffering from famine and
disease. Ethiopia was associated with weakness and dependence upon other countries' support.
Through research I learned that this was quite the opposite. Ethiopia is one of only two countries to
abstain from true European colonialization. I learned that Ethiopia was once home to a strong
empire. I learned that it was not until governmental destabilization
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The Influence of Ethiopia on Regional Stability in the...
The Ethiopian culture influences the Horn of Africa (HOA) regional economic and political stability
because of the country containing around 80 ethnic groups, central location in the HOA, continued
presence and impact on bordering countries, and a behaviors and norms developed from a diverse
history of both productive and violent leaders and revolutions. Cultural norms and beliefs are
integrated in Ethiopian's combined church and state model of government causing most of the
country's problems within its own borders and regionally The United States, North American Treaty
Organization (NATO) and other non–government organizations (NGOs) expended billions of dollars
and resources to Ethiopia and the HOA for defensive and developmental ... Show more content on
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Eritrea's independence caused Ethiopia to become land–locked after losing access to two ports,
Mitsiwa and Assab, and the Red Sea coast. This loss of port and coast access forced Ethiopian
people and its associated cultures to interact with and depend on neighboring countries like Djibouti
(Shah, 2000). After losing access to the Red Sea coast and end of the 1998–2000 war with Eritrea,
the port of Djibouti increased almost 400 % fueling economic growth and stability for Djibouti.
Positive accomplishments of Ethiopia include participation as the only African League of Nations
member in the United Nations and the capital, Addis Ababa, contained a substantial, international
population. The repetitive presence of brutal governments, occupation, insurgency, and revolutions
contributed to the integration of violent behaviors and norms into Ethiopian culture. Ethiopia
remained an influential government as the only African country to never be colonized and made a
successful transition from two millennia of autocracy to a modern state (Gerba, 2008). After World
War II, Ethiopia's closest friends included the United States, Israel, the Soviet Union, and Cuba
(Makinda, 1992). Ethiopia's current federal government, ruled by Ethiopian People's Revolutionary
Democratic Front (EPRDF), continued striving toward the development of a democratic form of
government. "The EPRDF, a coalition
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Literature Review Of Tourism In Ethiopia
Chapter Two
2. Literature Review
2.1. Overview of Ethiopian Tourism Sector
2.1.1 Tourism in Ethiopia
MoCT (2006) as cited in Meserat G (2011, p.17) states that: Ethiopia is one of the countries of sub
Saharan Africa, which is gifted with a variety of unique features which includes; natural, wildlife,
historical and cultural heritages, impressive landscape, suitable climate, rich flora and fauna and
recognized archaeological sites. Of the gifted features of the country includes Axum's obelisks, the
monolithic churches of Lalibala, Gondar's castles, the Omo Valley, Hadar, the Semien National Park,
Bale mountain national park and the city of Harrar. The physical features of the country which
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Undertaking promotional work through the creation of strong market Ties in order to become
competitive on the international market
According to Ministry of Culture and Tourism (2012, p.12–15) Ethiopian National Tourism
Development Policy (NTDP) includes 5 pillars which are: 1. Integrated tourism development and
stakeholder; Ethiopia's tourism sector is a major employment generator, especially for women, it can
generate even more employment 2. Variety, scale and quality of tourism products targets to be met
GTP
3. Infrastructure development; Tourism faces a combination of hard and soft infrastructure
bottlenecks. To address these bottlenecks, it is important for tourism strategies to be anchored in and
integrate existing infrastructure plans and to include innovative partnerships with the private sector,
including Public–Private Partnerships (PPPs). 4. Branding, promotion, and awareness raising; the
negative image of Ethiopia is persistent; therefore it is an urgent need to develop a competitive and
unique country image through the developing brand and marketing strategy.
5. Human resources capacity building; the critical gap between tourism work force supply and
demand and the limited private sector investment in tourism training are crippling the sector's
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Immigration Without Assimilation
Immigration without assimilation
Immigration is a way to move from one country to another country. In Ethiopia's case immigration
is the incoming of refugees from Eritrea, Somalia, South Sudan and Sudan. The immigrants from
these countries are in seek of peace and stability. Generally, when their lives are in danger, they flee
to their closest safe country, Ethiopia. Most of these people walked to get to Ethiopia. According to
the UNHCR of the United nations, 850,000 refugees from neighboring countries residing in
Ethiopia and the country hosts the largest number of refugees in Africa. Ethiopia's immigration
without assimilation policy benefits the immigrants in national identities, cultures, and language
preservation and are most welcome to enter into the nation. So, national identity, culture and religion
are the three aspects of the immigrants are preserved due to Ethiopia's policy of no assimilation. The
first aspect that the immigrants are preserved due to Ethiopia's policy of no assimilation is national
identity. The refugees from Eritrea, Somalia, South Sudan and Sudan are having their own national
identities of their states. They have distinctive traditions and feelings they share with a group of
people about their nations. Here, the immigrants are displaced only from their homelands, but with
all having traditions and feelings about their countries. With their national identities, they are
moving far away from their homelands seeking for peace and stability as
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African Immigrants: A Case Study
Every year, many African immigrants' migrants to the United States. There are various numbers of
reason immigrants decide to come to the United States. For instance, to escape poverty, oppression,
seek greater economic opportunity and provide a better life for their family. Born in Nazret, a small
city approximately 70km from Addis Ababa the capital of Ethiopia, Selamawit was raised by her
mother and father. Selamawit spent the first 26 years of her life living in Ethiopia, which is
considered one of the poorest countries in the world. Wanting to seek a better life for her family
Selamawit applied for the Diversity Immigrant Visa. She was selected by random draw in 2014.
Although nervous to leave her country Selamawit and her family were overjoyed to embark on their
new journey.
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During our first meeting, we greeted one another by shaking hands. I noticed a subtle difference,
Ethiopians have a lighter handshake. In the western culture, our handshakes are firm. Also, they use
their right hand when shaking another individual's hand. The left hand is considered unclean, it is
the hand used for personal hygiene. I asked Selamawit," How does her culture feel about touch and
personal space?" She replied," it varies based on tribal and religious influences." When two
individuals are engaging in conversation, very little distance is placed between them. Usually less
than an arm's length. Touching one another is acceptable. You will often see friends of the same
gender walking together holding hands or close friends may greet a member of the same sex by
kissing three times on the cheek. Greetings are usually a lengthy process, it is important to ask about
one's family and health. The family unit is very important to Ethiopians. According to Selamawit,
Ethiopian family structure is much larger than western
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Research On Foreign Direct Investment
To interested investing parties, After long consideration from our management team, we have
decided to introduce a contingent set of initiatives corresponding to "Foreign Direct Investment" in
Ethiopia. There has been a considerable rise of FDI opportunities recently within Ethiopia. The
following document will discuss; cultural, political, as well as economic trends and patterns that
influenced our outlook on FDI into Ethiopia. Moreover, this memo will analyze the potential risks
and or barriers to entry, foreign firms could encounter when attempting FDI to Ethiopia. Lastly, our
team will aim to outline a proposed plan relating to FDI in Ethiopia for our organizational business
partners. There were many sources of information which influenced our "Foreign Direct
Investment" conclusion for Ethiopia such as; research on cultural, political, and economic factors
ongoing currently in Ethiopia. Additionally, our group is a combination of "Foreign Direct
Investment" specialists including two Ethiopian counterparts residing within Ethiopia. Hence, a part
of our investment plan includes first–hand direct insider Ethiopian research, conducted from
Ethiopia. Accordingly, the strategies developed, by our management team, for FDI in Ethiopia have
been formulated using high business acumen and business analytics pertaining to present Ethiopian
economic conditions. Seemingly, one will see from these proposed FDI initiatives that Ethiopia is
one of the most stable countries for
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Ethiopia Research Paper
Ethiopia has a population of 84.7 million people, which was estimated in 2011. In 1896, Ethiopia
was discovered by Emperor Menelik II, who was the emperor of Ethiopia. Ethiopia is in east Africa;
it is west of Somalia and neighbor to Eretria. The capital of Ethiopia is Addis Ababa, which means
"New Flower" in English. Ethiopia has its own calendar that is seven years and eight months behind
the rest of the world; it has 13 months in a year. The climate in Ethiopia consists of 13 months of
sunshine, which mean they experience sunshine and warm weather thought the year. However,
Ethiopians experience rainy season between mid–March and September. Ethiopia is a diverse city
that consists of immigrants that came from many countries, who have lots of cultural and linguistic
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The main ethnicities in Ethiopia are Amhara 30.1%, Oromo 32.1% and Gurage 4.3%. The chief
religions in Ethiopia are Christianity and Islam. Christianity is primarily practiced in Ethiopia and
majority of Christians are Orthodox Tewahedo Christians that attend the Ethiopian Orthodox
Tewahedo Church. The religiousness of Ethiopians is voiced in the form of music. Their music is
related to love, hardship, and victory, which creates delightful melodies and storytelling lyrics. Type
of Ethiopian music is traditional music. Ethiopian traditional music comes in forms of text/vocal,
Instrumental and expressive dances. Categories of Ethiopian songs are Ingurguro, Mezmur, and
Zefen. Ingurguro is sung generally in high falsetto vocal style by female vocalists, and Mezmur is
sung in a full voice, while Zefen is sung in a calm style voice accompanied by dances and hand
clapping. Ethiopians
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Ethiopian Culture Research Paper
Why is this topic important?
My topic focuses on all aspects of Ethiopia, this includes cultural and religious practices that
Ethiopians practice every day. I believe it is important to educate others about Ethiopia so that they
can be culturally competent. We live in a country that is known as the melting pot; this melting pot
includes individuals from different countries with different cultures and religions. Within the
melting pot, there are many Ethiopians. Around the United States, individuals are beginning to be
more aware and knowledgeable about Ethiopia and Ethiopians; for example, Ethiopian cuisines are
beginning to be very popular in the United States, and there has been an increase in Ethiopian
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Ethiopian cuisines play a major role in understand Ethiopian culture; therefore, this website is a
good source to have to understand the background of Ethiopian cuisines. I have looked over all the
information, and it is very accurate based on what I learned growing up as an Ethiopian. In addition,
it allows the audience to see and understand Ethiopian cuisine from another individual perceptive
who is not Ethiopian. She briefly explains the significance of Ethiopian cuisine in Ethiopia, allowing
the audience to understand the the connection it has with Ethiopian cultural and religious
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Research Paper On Ethiopia
Jamie Wells
Professor Amaya
HTM 421
April 3, 2017
Ethiopia Research Paper
When it comes to things that are needed to sustain life, often times, these things are just part of the
daily routine and have no positive, emotional stimulation. Food, on the other hand, is also required
in order to survive, but for many it is one of the best parts of the day. Even though eating food is one
of the most repetitive things we do as humans, it never gets old and is always exciting. Eating is
almost always something that individuals look forward to and gives them a sense of joy. Each
culture has a different approach on food eating habits and ways in which food is prepared, enjoyed,
and consumed. Often times food practices by humans are determined by values, attitudes, beliefs,
and environmental and religious circumstances; all of which are the products of tradition, culture,
and contacts (Onuorah and Ayo, 2003). These unique variations in food consumption and food
preparation make food habits absolutely fascinating and culturally distinct.
Culture plays a significant role in determining food patterns. An example of this is evident in
Ethiopian food. In the Ethiopian culture, vegetables and very spicy meat dishes are often indicative
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This allows individuals to come together, family and friends alike, to enjoy their meals amongst one
another. This is a time where individuals can share how their day was, and can discuss various topics
with their peers. Many times, individuals will even partake in what is known as 'gursha,' which is
when an individual will feed a loved one. This allows loved ones to connect on a deep level, even
while they eat a meal. Utensils are often not used in Ethiopian dining. Individuals will use their
hands to eat, but only the right hand is used while eating in the Ethiopian culture. It's normal for the
use of solid foods like injera to soak up the more fluid foods as they
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A Study On A Culture Of Peace
Chapter One
1. Introduction
This is an introductory chapter which contains the background of the study that provides a brief
overview of the study at the beginning. It gives hints about the concept of a culture of peace and
emphasizes on the roles of education particularly higher education for the building of a culture of
peace in Ethiopia. The second part of the chapter deals with the research problem statement
followed by the basic research questions. Subsequently, the main and specific objectives of the study
are also included followed by the rationale and contributions of the study. The focus of the study is
also included in this chapter followed by organization of the dissertation. Finally, operational
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Recently, human casualties are also continuing in many countries in the world through violence and
violent conflicts. In this regard, the UCDP conflict encyclopedia portrays that in recent years there
are different kinds of conflicts in many countries of the world. In Africa, for instance, countries like
Algeria, Central Africa Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, Egypt, Kenya, Libya,
Mali, Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan and Uganda were engaged in one or more conflicts in
2012 (UCDP, 2015).
These violent conflicts occurred and were aggravated due to various reasons. Most of the sources of
these conflicts are related to the problems of equality, justice, good governance, freedom, identity,
human rights, cooperation and the utilization of scarce resources. These sources of violence ignite
the development of some characteristics of a culture of war and violence such as inequality, injustice
and authoritarian governance in the society which eliminates the basics of peacefulness. It is,
however, impossible to think and visualize any meaningful human progress when the society is
affected by injustice, inhumanity, poverty, hunger, illiteracy, disease and violence, and
predominantly without peace and security. In this case, there is an urgent and enormous
responsibility on responsible citizens to find appropriate solutions for these problems and to fulfill,
or at least to satisfy the fundamental
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Mengesu From America Analysis
For Mengestu, being able to fit in a community could only be achieved if he knows who he is and
where he is from. His inability to understand his identity throughout the majority of the book is tied
to his belief that identity is passed down from one's placed of origin, family background and views,
environment growing up, or a combination of these. Thus, leaving Ethiopia at the age of two to live
in the United States causes him an internal conflict over determining who he is. Is Mengestu from
Ethiopia? Is he from America? Mengestu's struggle to call a place home, to say he is "from"
somewhere, is due to his perspective on identity, which causes him to isolate himself until he
realizes that he, and only he, can define where home is.
Growing up as a kid, Mengestu's assimilation into American culture leads him to be isolated at
home. This is made clear when he declares, "It's easy to see now how even as a family we were
isolated from one another–my parents tied and lost to their past; my sister and I irrevocably
assimilated" (76). In a household where the cultural difference between him and his parents is
growing, the lack of a present Ethiopian culture affected his connection to his parents' experience as
Ethiopian immigrants. His belief that identity is inherited from a place of origin leads him to
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Not being Ethiopian cultured isolated him from other Ethiopians, including his parents. Not being
native to the US led him to believe that he did not fit in America's society, especially looking
different and having traces of a foreign culture. Nevertheless, such perspectives evolved from
realizing that from belonging nowhere he could eventually belong everywhere, as long as the
decision to belong somewhere was backed by the will to make that place his
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The Cultural Norms Of Ethiopia
Africa is globally recognized for its broad cultural and diversity. Many countries in Africa have
distinct cultures. In the case of Ethiopia, it has gained an obscured reputation globally hence the
need for learning about their cultural norms for military considerations. When it comes to Ethiopia,
or the entire African continent, most bad things are affiliated with the region especially due to the
things that people see and hear on television, including starving children, kids without parents,
adults begging for food and living places, as well as individuals walking around the streets without
shoes and clothes. Certain parts of Africa portray such issues, although it is worth noting that certain
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The individuals rely on agriculture and pastoralist activities while they reside mostly in the
southwestern and central parts of Ethiopia. Regarding the Shankellas, they usually reside in the
country's western region on the border of Lake Turkana and Eritrea. It comprises of around 6
percent of the entire population in the nation. The other groups of individuals living in Ethiopia that
comprise the remainder of the population include Sidamo, Tigreano, Afrar, Somali, and Gurage
(Tikuye, 2009). Concerning the Amhara population, it portrays varied physiological heritage. The
individuals usually speak the Semitic language while their linguistic and historical forces as
depicted by their primary origin myths appear to reveal that their Ancestors originated from the
present day Yemen. Addis Ababa serves as Ethiopia's capital while it served as the prior Abyssinian
Empire of the Amhara. A large number of Amahara people reside in the area although in an enclave
based in the Oromo people's land (Getahun & Kassu, 2014). The Amhara speak Amharic as their
main language although other people across Ethiopia usually speak it as a second language. The
Amharic language was mostly used in schools but it has recently spread to different parts of
Ethiopia commencing in 1991. The Ethiopian people also speak English, which serves as the
dominant foreign language, while it is mostly taught in high schools. Ethiopians are capable of
speaking more than one language in a
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Human Geography Of Ethiopia
Ethiopia is a country of 102 million people and is known for its ancient culture, especially the fact
that human origins lead to the African nation. Ethiopia sits in of the most economically vibrant
regions of the world and exports vital resources to major economic powerhouses such as India,
China and the United States of America. The growth rate of Ethiopia in terms of Gross Domestic
Product was 8 % in 2015. It is one of the fastest growing nations in Africa currently. Ethiopia has
maintained good economic relations with the African countries and has considered sustainable
development to be of utmost importance for the growth of Africa as a continent.
It has been an active supporter of implementation of SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals).
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Eritrea Being Informative Essay
Finan Gerezgeher
May 12th 2016
Speech 6th period
Informative Speech
The History of Eritrea
Before I get into my topic I have a question to ask. Does anyone in here know anything about
Eritrea? Or ever heard a country named Eritrea? I'm not surprised not a lot of people in here knows
Eritrea. I grew up in Saudi Arabia every time someone would ask me where I was from, I would tell
them I am from Eritrea, most of them would know where it was but, the other half won't know
where it is. I would say 80% would know, but 20% of them wouldn't know. Once I moved here and
people would ask me where I was from and I would answer them but, the percentage is opposite.
Eritrea is one of the best and beautiful countries once you know and understand it's history. The
journey the country had to undergo to receive its independence, the culture of the country, the
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Eritrea was colonized by many different countries It was colonized by Italy for 59 years, Britain 10
years, Greek 5 years and Ethiopia 10 years. The way Eritrea had its name give to it was by Greek,
this because there is a Red sea next to it.
In the 19th century Eritrea and Ethiopia was one, even though they were one there were still many
misunderstanding's with in them. It was in 1952 when Ethiopia took over Eritrea. From 1961 until
1991, Eritrea had fought a long war of independence against Ethiopia. When my mother uses to live
in the village side she and friends would walk to school and every time sees dead people laid on the
floor. They would slaughter anyone. On this day in 1991, Eritrea people's forces moved into the
capital Asmara, reinstating independence, and 30 years long battle against the Ethiopian
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Poverty In Ethiopia
Beyond Poverty: Ethiopia Culture is defined as "the beliefs, customs, arts, etc., of a particular
society, group, place, or time", according to Merriam–Webster (2016). Ethiopia is one of the oldest
countries in the world, the founding dates back as far as the 9th century B.C. The people of Ethiopia
have a long history and a distinct culture. Unfortunately, Ethiopia became a place of poverty and the
suffering of the people who live there. Poverty is a reality in the country, but there is much more to
learn about Ethiopia. It is important to understand the differences between cultures so that we may
better understand our similarities. When met with other cultures it is possible to be offensive without
knowing it. Taking time to do research before traveling to new areas might allow a person to save
face, and avoid offense or embarrassment when visiting foreign places. The United States military
has learned these lessons when operating in foreign lands. The military often conducts extensive
research into the culture and customs of the countries in which we will be operating. That research
leads to individual soldier training on cultural sensitivity, and aids the soldiers when interacting with
the local populace. The Ethiopian people have rich and diverse culture. A strong part of any culture
is the music enjoyed and played by the people. In the communities, music plays a large role in social
events and entertainment. Traditional folk instruments and music played at
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El Salvador Compare And Contrast
In this paper, I will explain about the country of Ethiopia and El Salvador's language, calendar,
religion, food, holiday, and flag. Ethiopia was formerly known as "Abyssinia" until the 20th century.
Ethiopia is located in the horn of Africa (East Africa). Addis Ababa is a capital city of Ethiopia. It is
the only African country to defeat a European colonial power, and retain its sovereignty as an
independent country. El Salvador is a small Central American nation. It is located in the continent of
Central America. The capital city of El Salvador is San Salvador.
Ethiopia is the only African countries with its own alphabets. There are ninety individual languages
spoken in Ethiopia. Amharic is the official language, and it is spoken by around
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Traditional Ethiopian Medicine : Traditional Ethiopian...
Traditional Ethiopian Medicine
Traditional Ethiopian Medicine: Traditional Medicine play important role in Ethiopian society. It
was originated in Ethiopia. Ethiopian medicine not only help to cure the disease but also help to
protect the human physical, spiritual, social, and mental. It is found that most of the country use the
traditional medicine and in Ethiopia mostly 80% people use the traditional medicine (TM). Ethiopia
has variety of blend of ethnic and linguistic foundations. It is nation of more than 80 various ethnic
groups each with its own language, culture, custom and tradition. In Ethiopian traditional costume is
made of woven cotton and there national dish and drink is Wat and bunna (coffee). Bunna is drunk
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Summary of healing traditions Similarities between traditional Ethiopian Medicine and Ayurvedic
Medicine
Types of healer: Prescriptionst
Cause of illness: The cause of both traditional practices, illness is due to improper digestion of food
or consumption of unhygienic water and food. At the wrong time or in improper way which affect
the internal system of the body.
Cure of illness: In traditional Ethiopian medicine and Ayurvedic medicine they mostly use the herbal
treatment to cure the illness. They both use different kinds of herbs and spices like basil, cumin,
sanjeevani, tulsi, papaya leaves, coriander and so on for the cure of different physical and mental
illness.
Difference between traditional Ethiopian medicine and Ayurvedic medicine
Different type of healers
Type of healer in Ethiopian medicine: Shaman
Type of healer in Ayurveda medicine: holy person
Cause of illness: In Ethiopia spiritual powers are the main reason of illness because they believe
spirits, souls etc. Beside this the supernatural forces is also one of the main reason of illness in this
healers. Demonic powers are considered to be the affective reason for bad health such as
miscarriages or mental stress or physical illness. On the other hand side in ayurvedic medicine the
main reason of illness is physical or mental imbalance of the body like back pain, stress and the
other reason of illness in Ayurveda is changes in environment. Mostly the cold and hot weather
affect the
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My Personal Perspective On The Person I Am
The person I am has been shaped by all the people and circumstances I have come across in my life.
My background has had one of the biggest impacts on my personality and my future aspirations.
Growing up in an Ethiopian–Canadian household gave me a unique perspective on the world around
me. My parents emigrated from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia in the early 90s. Their firsthand experience
living in a developing country provided me with insight into the issues facing the developing world.
This sparked my passion for international development. My background has developed my world
view, impacted my aspirations, and has shaped me into the person I am today.
Having Ethiopian–Canadian parents has broadened my horizon and has made me a global citizen. I
have been fortunate to be exposed to different ways of life and various cultures. This has prevented
me from living solely in the bubble of Toronto, and has allowed me to appreciate the diversity that
the world has to offer. Through my parents' stories and my own trips to Ethiopia, I have seen how
different yet beautiful other cultures can be. Despite the obvious differences between Canada and
Ethiopia, both countries have aspects that are endearing. I love how walking down any street in
Toronto I can pass an array of different restaurants and shops boasting different cuisines from all
around the world. I also enjoy the all the conveniences that are available in a developed country.
When visiting Ethiopia the biggest thing that stands
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Neolithic Revolution
People have evolved from hunting and gathering to a settled civilization. The transition from a
lifestyle of hunting and gathering to a settlement of civilization was called the Neolithic revolution.
During and after the Neolithic revolution, many factors such as geography, religious beliefs, and
government structures contributed to the success of the land's civilization. Many of those empires
had similarities and differences between the features. Ethiopia and Persia were some of the earliest
civilizations. Ethiopia and Persia had an advantageous geographic location that led to trade and
resources that were used as a source of wealth but had major differences in the government
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Ethiopia was divided into semi–independent kingdoms. Each kingdom had its own ruler and the
head of these separate kingdoms was called the "King of Kings" (Clarke 65). Ethiopia was a
uniquely African empire that incorporated much from the outside and yet developed a distinctive
culture of its own in the influence of its government and people (Clarke 67). Ethiopia was isolated
from the rest of the world for fifteen centuries because the Muslims conquered Egypt and cut off
Ethiopia's access to the Red Sea (Clarke 69). Thus, Ethiopia became a feudal kingdom. During this
isolation, "the government was able to keep Ethiopia as a land of wealthy nobility, intricate religious
ceremonies, and elaborate court rituals" (Clarke 69). Unlike Ethiopia, Persian government of the
Achaemenid Empire depended on a balance between central initiative and local administration. The
Achaemenids appointed "governors to serve as agents of the central administration and oversee
affairs in the various regions" (Bentley, Ziegler 169). The administration and taxation were governed
by the satraps. Most of the satraps were Persians, but the government recruited local officials to fill
almost all administrative posts below the level of the satrap. Thus, there was a possibility of the
local official to ally with the local groups and be an independent
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Level 2 Bs111 Unit 2 Learning Journal
Learning Journal Unit 3 Term 2 BUS1101(02.12.2015)
I started my Unit 3 on Thursday 26th of November at 12.00 o'clock noon Jerusalem time, by reading
the learning guide, the assignments, instructions and the reference pdf pages as well. I also
submitted my learning journal unit 2 the same day, which I got an excellent grade and the usual
encouraging comments from my professor, I always thank him for his help to persuade my course.
On Friday 27th of November 2015, I started reading the learning guide unit 3 Chapter 8 – pdf file
pages192–203, Chapter 9– pdf file pages 214–225, in order to answer the next questions like
discussion forum, written assignment and learning journal as usual. On 28th of November 2015
(Saturday) I started preparing the discussion forum answer and finished writing around midnight,
prepared to submit Sunday on 29th of November 2015. I submitted my discussion forum on Sunday
29th of November 2015. Monday and Tuesday November 2015 I was reading most of the chapters,
but I could not finish all time challenged me as usual. On Tuesday 01.12.2015 I completed writing
my assignments of written assignment and Learning journal. Checking once more I submitted all the
answers on Wednesday. I also did my Unit 3 self quiz and Grade quiz on Wednesday ... Show more
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My country is Ethiopia, and I used to work at the Commercial Bank of Ethiopia (CBE). Based on
my experiences during this time, I can say that the business culture at the CBE is a good
representation of the business culture in Ethiopia. Therefore, by describing the culture of the CBE,
we can learn about the business culture more broadly in Ethiopia.
. The CBE is located in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa, which is the center for business in the
country. The bank was established in 1963 and is the first bank after Ethiopia's victory over fascist
Italy in
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Essay Ethiopia: Maternal Mortality and the Access to Care
Access to Care in Ethiopia
In many parts of the world that are considered lower or middle–class countries, health disparities are
cause of major concern that leads to unnecessary disease and possible death. Many variables affect
how and why many citizens of lower and middle–class countries struggle to obtain adequate
healthcare. One region of the world classified as a lower socio economic territory is Ethiopia. Many
factors contribute to the lack of health care in Ethiopia such as access to care, high cost of care, and
being uneducated, to name a few. One idea that hinders many citizens in Ethiopia to attain
healthcare is the access to the healthcare system. This research project will entail the issue of access
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One example is teaching citizens of Ethiopia the importance of good hygiene and the consequences
of having poor nutrition status.
Aims
Of particular concern is women and maternal health in Ethiopia. According to the millennium goal
developments, the fifth goal is to reduce maternal mortality rate by 75% by 2015. One reason that
maternal health needs to be increased in Ethiopia is because of the large amount of women who die
each year. According to Skolnik (2012), the highest maternal mortality ratios are in sub–Saharan
Africa, where there are 940 maternal deaths per 100,000 live births. This means that a woman in
some countries of sub–Saharan countries of Africa such as Ethiopia face 250 times the risk of dying
a maternal death as does a woman in the high–income countries. (Skolnik, 2012) There are many
factors that come into play when looking at maternal health. Among the first are the nutritional
status and general health status of the mothers, in addition there is a link between maternal death and
the level of education and income of the mother (Skolnik, 2012, p. 191). In order to help reduce the
high incidence of maternal mortality rate focus should be turned to wards identifying ways to
improve the access to care for women who are pregnant. I believe this issue is the important to
tackle because it can improve the prenatal care that women in Ethiopia receive resulting
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Ap Human Geography Of Somalia
I. Environment and Natural History
Located on the east coast of Africa, in an area known as the Horn of Africa, Somalia is
approximately 637,657 square miles (close to the size of Texas) and has just over 1,800 miles of
coastline. It is bordered on the west by Ethiopia, on the right by the Indian Ocean; to the north, the
boarder is the Shabelle River, and the Juba River to the south. The capital city is Mogadishu and as
of 2011, the population is just under 10 million. Somalia is of mixed terrain, where the northern part
is hilly, the central and southern parts are flat. The climate in Somalia is hot and dry year–round,
with seasonal monsoon winds, and irregular rains. Based on its geographic location, extending into
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Somalia has been torn by conflict for most of its 48 years of independence. The collapse of the state
itself came in 1991 when President Mohammed Siad Barre was overthrown. "Following the collapse
of the Siad Barre regime in 1991, various groupings of Somali factions sought to control the
national territory and fought small wars with each other." (Business World Complete p.5) My
analysis is that without any formal, structured government, the Somalia people went to what they
value, clans and kinship. Unfortunately, they were all vying to be the clan in control. The inter–clan
fighting prevented people from planting and harvesting crops and caused the death of several
hundred thousand Somali. Ultimately this constant fighting led to a total breakdown of public
services. Remember that Somalia culture is based on traditions and their ideology of kinship.
Coalitions among clan warlords led the central government to crumble and it's these same clan
rivalries that prohibit
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Brief History of Ethiopia
"Throughout history, it has been the inaction of those who could have acted; the indifference of
those who should have known better; the silence of the voice of justice when it mattered most; that
has made it possible for evil to triumph." –Haile Selassie The name "Ethiopia" derives from the
Greek word ethio, meaning "burned" and pia, meaning "face": the land of burned–faced peoples or
in some points also means "something divided". Ethiopia also known as (Abyssinia) is the tenth
largest country in Africa, covering 439,580 square miles almost twice the size of Texas. Addis
Ababa is the third–highest capital city in the world. The country boasts a massive population as one
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This can be seen particularly true in urban areas where women are beginning to take a major role in
all areas of employment and men are beginning to take a greater role in domestic life. The Ethiopian
traditional costume is made of woven cotton. Ethiopian men and women wear this traditional
costume called gabbi or Netella. Women often wear dresses (Kemis) and netella with borders of
colored embroidered woven crosses, but other designs are also used. Other ethnic groups and tribes
in the south and west of the country wear different costumes that reflect their own traditions. Some
tribes partially cover their body with leather but others do not wear any clothes at all, merely
decorating their faces and bodies with distinctive images. As far as nation cuisine goes one of the
more known Ethiopian national dishes is called wat. It is a hot spicy stew accompanied by injera
(traditional large spongy pancake made of teff flour and water). Teff is unique to the country and is
grown on the Ethiopian highlands. There are many varieties of wat, e.g. chicken, beef, lamb,
vegetables, lentils, and ground split peas stewed with hot spice called Berbere. It's made of dried red
hot pepper, herbs, spices, dried onions, dried garlic and salt ingredients. Wat is served by placing it
on top of the injera, which is served in a mesob (large basket tray). The food is eaten with fingers by
tearing off a piece of injera and
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Five Cultural Norms
By the textbook definition, Norms are "the established standards of behavior maintained by a
society." In the video, Five Dimensions of Culture, we observe numerous examples of how norms,
mostly informal, change from one society or culture to another. The video breaks down into Five
Dimensions to help define cultures. First, Individualist vs collectivist. Second, masculinity vs
femininity. Third, Power distance. Fourth, time, or more accurately, short–term vs long–term
orientation. Finally, tolerance for uncertainty. The first dimension of defining a culture, immediately
gives us an insight into the norms of different societies as well as how much they can vary from one
to another. An individualist culture, such as the majority in the United States, or a collectivist culture
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Femininity. In the United States, men and women are expected to be treated equally in all aspects.
However, in the Rural areas of Ethiopia it is thought to be the norm that a woman must have a
husband for protection. In fact, INSERT NAME says that if a woman is asked to fetch water by her
husband, she would not decline as it is insisted upon in her culture to listen to her husband,
consequently if she refused, she would be called lazy. This also paints an example of an informal
negative sanction for acting out of the norm for that culture, there would be no jail time, but the
woman would be cast out for not doing what is anticipated from her. South Africa has different
norms since education is so readily available to women and this puts men and women on more of an
equal level. It would be out of the realm of normal for a South African woman to just marry a man
who provides for her and she just has babies and does not go to school. The negative sanction for
that would be that the behavior would be frowned upon, but probably not to the extent of a woman
acting out of the norm in
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Ethiopian Cultural Identity
1. What is your chosen group background? What has it meant to belong to this group? As you know,
I am Ethiopian. I was born and raised in Addis Abeba, Ethiopia. I belong to the Ethiopian
community not only in Ethiopia, but also here in America. Finding Ethiopian friends who share the
same interest as me, understand their culture, practice their languages, and have interest in returning
back to Ethiopia someday, has always been a struggle for me. Most of the Ethiopians who I meet are
Americanized. When I was studying at NIU, I was blessed to have a small circle of Ethiopians who
grew up there. Spending time with me made me feel secure, like I actually belonged. Lucky for me,
I am also a part of the African community. There are 53 countries in Africa; however, there is an
unbreakable bond that is seen amongst Africans around the world. We share the same identity and
have the upmost love and respect for our continent and the people still living there. 2. Where did
you grow up and what other groups resided there? How did this early personal history influence
your beliefs of others I lived in Ethiopia for quite some time before given a chance to move to
America. When I arrived in America, the only people that were around me were Caucasians. They
did not look like me or act like me. I found this very difficult when I first came to America. I was
jealous of my classmates because they spoke clear English, they had cars to get them to and from
school, and they had nicer clothes
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How Has Ethiopia Culture Changed Over Time
Many immigrants amaze about how their home country culture changes when they return after
living abroad for several years. However, Jacqueline Novogratz was surprised about the ways that
Duterimbere changed from its beginnings to its current state in Chapter 12 of The Blue Sweater.
When I went back home, Ethiopia, last summer, June 2016 after living 4 years in the U.S.A, there
was a different place than it was previously. To begin with, the Ethiopian economy has different
between 2012 and now. When I was in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, in 2012, there were a large number of
unemployed young men: more than 50% men did not have a job. Also, they used to sit on street
rocks and mocked at the people who had a job. Moreover, in the past, Ethiopia had a low literacy
rate. If there were 6 people in a family, only two might be students. However, ... Show more content
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In the past, there was freedom to speak or oppose the Ethiopian government. For instance, people
were allowed to protest in front of the government offices. Moreover, there was a right to own
private property for religious purpose. For example, any Ethiopian could build a mosque or a church
and let people pray in it. However, the Ethiopian political situation is very different now. There is
not freedom of speech. If anyone speaks about the Ethiopian government problems in front of the
government agents, he or she will arrest. For example, in August 2016, my brother in–law, Teha,
was talking about current Ethiopian government complications with his friend in his store, and a
government agent heard him. Immediately, 4 police came to his store and arrested him for 3 months.
Furthermore, there is not a right to own private property for religious purpose now. All mosques are
controlled by government. If someone needs to build a religious place, the leaders or the imams
have to be the regime members. The Ethiopian political situation become poorest
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Self Reflection Paper
Self–Reflection: I am Ethiopian. I was born and raised in Addis Abeba, Ethiopia. I belong to the
Ethiopian community, not only in Ethiopia but also here in America. Finding Ethiopian friends who
share the same interests as me, understand our culture, fluent in our languages, and plan on returning
back to Ethiopia someday, has always been a struggle for me. Most of the Ethiopians who I meet are
Americanized. When I was studying at Northern Illinois university, I was blessed to have a small
circle of Ethiopians who grew up there. Spending time with them made me feel secure like I actually
belonged. Lucky for me, I am also a part of the African community. There are 54 countries in Africa;
however, there is an unbreakable bond amongst Africans around the world. We share the same
identity and have the utmost love and respect for our continent and the people living there. I lived in
Ethiopia for quite some time before given a chance to move to America. When I arrived in America,
the only people that were around me were Caucasians. They did not look like me or act like me. I
found this very difficult when I first came to America. I was jealous of my classmates because they
spoke clear English, they had cars to get them to and from school, and they had nicer clothes than
me. This exposure at such a young age was difficult. Because I spent many years in Ethiopia with
people who looked just like me and acted like me, this taught me how different everyone really is.
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What Is My Experience At Carroll University Essay
Experience at Carroll University
Coming to Carroll has been one of the most challenging things I have ever done, other than the fact
that the Milwaukee and Waukesha area is one of the most segregated areas in the United States,
there are plenty of other factors that have made this my most demanding endeavor. But Regardless
of the countless awkward moments and borderline racist encounters, I am proud to say I have finally
begun to understand the American culture.
Let's get started with a quick intro to the Ethiopian culture and some basic history of the country,
before we look at my "peak" moments at Carroll. Ethiopia is a very old country founded on an even
older form of Christianity, it is also the only country to not be colonized in ... Show more content on
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And I have also found that when people don't have enough information about your country they tend
to make assumptions based on stereotypes, which leads to some interesting conversations and
questions. A few of the memorable ones are: "are there any high schools back home?", or "did you
live in a hut?", "how did you learn to speak English so well?", and "do you have internet in
Ethiopia?" All of which I have been asked by an actual Carroll student. I don't find these questions
offending in any way, in fact I would rather them ask me these questions than shy away and make
assumptions. Regardless of whether they ask them or not there is still stereotype of some sort
associated with people form any part of the world, I personally try my best to encourage people to
ask me questions about the culture and take it up on myself to at least paint a broad picture of the
living situations back home.
The thought of moving into a new country with an unfamiliar culture and people can be intimidating
to anyone. And I got to hand it to the office of international students for creating a community for
international students to talk to one another and meet people who are going through the same things
that you are going through, which has made the transition process so much easier. It has also
allowed me to learn about the cultures of different countries and made me realize how much of a
hypocrite I am
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The Lost Boys of Sudan Essay
The story of the Lost Boys of Sudan is one that provides the world with many examples of social
interaction, some being violent and others being inspirational. Their journey from Sudan to Ethiopia
and Kenya, then on to the United States for a better life for themselves and their families gives an
insight into how certain cultures deal with and overcome adversity. Culture is the complex system of
meaning and behavior that defines the way of life for a given group or society, in the case of the
Lost Boys, the culture of the people of Sudan and the American society are analyzed. How the boys
were able to continue on without their families to show them the way is almost a miracle. Over
outstanding odds, the boys were able to prevail and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Because the boys were often completely severed from all family ties, they had to learn to build new
trust with boys they had barely known in order to take care of each other. The camp was maintained
until the government collapsed and the boys were forced to flee again, but this time to Kenya.
Another journey of hundreds and even thousands of miles had just begun. By the time the Lost Boys
had reached Kenya, their numbers had been cut to 12,000. In such times, the people had to find
ways to keep their minds occupied and to discuss issues such as returning home to a safe and unified
Sudan. Slowly, the culture of the Sudan boys had been adapting and changing. Because there were
few adults to raise these children as would their parents in Sudan, the boys developed their own
semblance of their culture. Other societies take for granted that their culture is passed down by their
family and other surrounding sociological forces, so for thousands of young boys to have to figure it
out for themselves in an astonishing thought. Many other cultures do not understand the genocide
that occurs in Africa, more specifically Sudan. This is not a cultural norm that exists in Western
society where people are more accepting of other cultural ideals. This ethnocentrism raises concern
by many other regions of the world, but because they are not actually a party of this seemingly
strange culture, not much is done in order to end such crisis
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Ethiopia Misunderstood Country In The World
Ethiopia is the most misunderstood country in the world. The world knows Ethiopia by its poverty,
famine and drought. But there are untouched and untold histories of Ethiopia that need to be
released so the world finally be able to see Ethiopia in different way. First time visitors to Ethiopia
are largely astounded by the spectacular natural magnificence of a country that is also extremely rich
in culture and history. Abounding with contrasts and extremes, Ethiopia welcomes visitors to visit
from the tops of its highlands to its lowlands. The mountains rises up to 14,100 feet (4,300 meters)
and the depression goes down 126 meters below sea level, which is the lowest point on planet earth.
Danakil Depression is the lowest and the hottest place
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Ethiopian Art Research Paper
Ethiopian Art Ethiopian art has evolved throughout the centuries; however, it can be categorized into
two expansive groups. First there is Christian art; this arts primary focus and use is for the church.
The forms most popular in Christian art are crosses, icons, paintings, illuminated manuscripts, and
metalwork like crowns. Additionally there are secular arts such as textiles, basketry, jewelry, and
architecture. Ethiopian Christian art and secular art although very distinct, explore important aspects
of Ethiopian culture and life. Analyzing art gives insight into the progression of Ethiopian culture;
furthermore, investigating the origins and differences in Christian and secular art in Ethiopian
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The development of Ethiopian Christian art over the course of centuries reflected the models of
Eastern and Western European Christian art. It absorbed the influence of Islam and the ever–
changing ideals of it people. What makes Ethiopian art singular is the ability to reproduce the most
significant iconographic characteristics, while simultaneously incorporating stylistic cultural
influences that transcend the principles of African art. Geographically Ethiopian art is African art.
Yet stylistically, Ethiopia had separated itself from what is typically considered aesthetic to Africa.
This is mainly due to the form Ethiopians choose to chiefly represent their art. Contradictory to
Western, Central, and Southern Africa, Ethiopia's main form of art was expressed through paint,
while most of Africa chose to represent its art through sculpture. Church decoration are considerable
the richest of all Ethiopian art; they are an illustration of centuries of heritage. When reflecting about
illustrations, Ethiopian paintings reflect an act of piety, a way to express worship and the
inexpressible in a visible form. However, illustrated manuscripts compose a great portion of
Ethiopia's artistic heritage. Creating illustrated books on parchment is considered an ancient
tradition in Ethiopia and it continued for centuries
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Personal Narrative: Living In The US
I never imagined I would live in the United States. I was born in Ethiopia, and I grew up in Addis
Ababa capital city of Ethiopia, but my childhood was not good because my father passed when I
was 3 years old. After my father passed away, my mom helped my sister and me with a lot of things,
and she raised us very well and I always grateful for that. My first language is Amharic. English is
my second language. I learned English in high school. Amharic is the official language in Ethiopia.
So, I came to America 2007. Here in US, the culture is way different from Ethiopia.
Growing up in Ethiopia and Ethiopian family have a being influence in me which I forever will hold
on it. Greeting takes the form of multiple kisses on both cheeks and lots
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Imperialism In Ethiopia
There has been many significant events of the 20th century that helped shaped what Ethiopia is
today. Through imperialism, wars about boarding issues and the death of many great ruler this
nation has been standing strong.Today Ethiopia is the second most populated country in Africa, it's
the home to over 80 ethnic groups. The largest being the Oromo tribe that makes up over 34% of the
population. Not only are they a big ethnic group in Ethiopia but also the neighboring countries such
as Kenya and Somalia. Another big ethnic group is Ahmera who are taking up most of the politics
and economy in Ethiopia. The rest is the minorities and have a smaller percentage of people or are
other people who are are nationally from bordering countries such as Somali and reside in ethiopia.
There are around 6.7% of Somalis who live in Ethiopia and adapted to their culture as well.
Imperialism changed Ethiopia in the 20th century by opening of more jobs and business. Also a lot
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It really benefited the western world economically. While effecting places like Africa in the worst
way. Without imperialism the world would not be so developed with the roads and then we have
now. Also education was a big reason the world changed because people had the opportunity to
invest. European imperialism has affected so many countries in Africa after the Berlin conference.
In 1980 many European countries found out that Africa was filled with diamonds and all meet to
discuss what European countries would be conquering the different parts of Africa. Ethiopia was the
only country that was free from European control. Menelik ll was the brains behind this, he played
the European countries against one another and made his nation much stronger. Ethiopia was not
involved in world war l at all. Germany tried to have ethopia alliance with them to defeat the British.
So Ethiopia stayed being a independent
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Ethiopia 's And Its Surrounding Country
Ethiopia is in east–center Africa, bordered on the west by the Sudan, the east by Somalia and
Djibouti, the south by Kenya, and the northeast by Eritrea.
The following map shows Ethiopia's and its surrounding country.
Physical geography:
Ethiopia has several high mountains. The highest is Ras Dashan. The Blue Nile, or Abbai, rises in
the northwest and flows in a great semicircle before entering the Sudan. Its chief reservoir, Lake
Tana, lies in the northwest.
Demography
In 2014, the population was 96,506,031. The growth rate is 3.02%. The birth rate is 42.59/1000. The
infant mortality rate is 75.29/1000, and the life expectancy is 56.56, density per sq km: 69.
The following map shows the city of Mekelle. Mekelle city located in Tigrau Region, the city is one
of the fastest growing urban area in Ethiopia and the sixth largest city in the country.
Ethiopia considered to be one of the most under–developed, highest poverty level, and one of the
fastest growing countries in the world with a growth rate of 3.02%. It's one of the largest landlocked
countries in the continent of Africa. According to United Nations projections, Ethiopia is the 13th
most populous country. It's the second largest country in Africa. In addition Ethiopia filled with a
rich culture and heritage. It's the home of various ethnicities, and religious. Islam and Christianity
are the most practiced religious in Ethiopia. There are eighty–six known indigenous language in
Ethiopia,
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Managing Diversity Between Ethiopia And The United States...
Managing diversity in the workplace while working with people that belong to Ethiopian Culture
Summary: Working with the same nationals is fairly easy, but, challenges occur when one works
with employees that belong to different geographic locations or countries. In this report, the major
focus is to analyze Ethiopia's culture in terms of managing the workplace diversity while having the
professional ties with the Ethiopian citizens. This report will highlight how the workplace diversity
is managed by working with the natives of Ethiopia. Ethiopia and the United States (US) have very
diverse demographics, so this report will analyze how the workplace diversity is better managed by
minimizing the differences.
Explanation: Ethiopia is an African state that has a culture that is very different from that of the
United States. The reason is, the United States and Ethiopia are very different in terms of their
geographic locations, their cultures, and their interests. Additionally, the United States is a
developed country, while Ethiopia is an under–developed state. Any state, that is under–developed,
the citizens of that particular country face certain challenges in their country, i.e. a struggle for better
life standards, for a better education, and for the better future. This fact is observed by the report of
Royal Oak Interactive Inc (2016), where it is mentioned that people living in Ethiopia receive a very
less spending on health care, they earn less money, life expectancy
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Job Application For The Post Of International Business
Oct 14, 2015 Government Of Canada Embassy Of Canada Addis Ababa Ethiopia SUBJECT: JOB
APPLICATION FOR THE POST OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT OFFICER
Dear Sir/ Madam I am writing to apply for the above position advertized in the Fortune newspaper
posted on Oct 04, 2015 G.C. The opportunity presented in your respected organization is very
interesting, and I believe that my strong knowledge, skill and experience in business development
along with my educational background would be useful for your kind of consideration. I have
enclosed a completed job application along with assessment questions, resume, copy of my
certification, and references. Question #1: Skills and experience that would help support Canadian
Companies: Started ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Leading the marketing department was challenging mostly, but always interesting. The joy of
Assisting and guiding potential foreign investors, introducing Ethiopian social and business culture,
investment opportunities and government incentives, informing the countries business policy,
economy growth and political stability has been a great asset in my professional journey. As part of
my duties I was responsible for initiating new contacts, arranging meeting with private and
government bodies, organize events, co–ordinate investors visit, follow up successful
implementation of the plan and attend different international conferences and meetings like World
Economic forum, trade fairs and so on. In addition to upgrading my experience, I pursue my
education and earned a 3 years course Masters in the field of Business Administration (MBA)
specialization in Business Management from Cambridge International College, Britain. I am
acquainted with budget preparation, analysis of financial data like return on investment, net present
value and so forth. I see myself as a very determined person, flexible, with good interpersonal skill,
confident, open to acquire new knowledge and ideas. If I am given the opportunity I can
demonstrate the knowledge and skills I have acquired so far. The skills, knowledge, experience
along with my educational background would be a useful asset to support Canadian Companies
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Ethiopia Research Papers
Completely landlocked surrounded by Eritrea, Djibouti, and Somalia, and at almost twice the size of
Texas (435,186 square miles) Ethiopia is a country comprised of many different cultures as well as
diversified belief systems. Ethiopia is considered to be primarily an agricultural country and is best
known by the general public for being overpopulated and underdeveloped (James Wood). Even with
being one of the highest populated countries in the world, the lack of development has taken a
severe toll on the average life expectancy of the Ethiopian people ranging from 59 to 62 years of age
while the United States of America average life expectancy is 79–82 (The World). To summarize,
Ethiopian culture can be described as spiritual, historical, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net
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After recognizing the need for a unified language, the imperial government adopted Amharic as the
official language of Ethiopia. As of November 2010, the population of Ethiopia is estimated to be
approximately 88,013,491 people (The World Factbook). Three major tribes make up the majority of
Ethiopian population: Semitic, Cushitic, and Omotic. These tribes have many differences such as the
basis of wealth and land ownership. Social elites, during the Imperial Government times, owned the
land and leased it to the landless peasants and natives. Spirituality is a constant importance to the
people of Ethiopia which primarily consists of two major religions; Christianity and
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Rainbow Country Research Paper
When BoB Marley popularized the term "Rainbow country" in his song. Did you know what
country he was talking about or what comes to you mind when you hear words like, Lion, known for
its coffee, defeat colonialist designs, home to ancient forms of hominids, blue Nile, or when you
hear symbol of African interdependence. The chances of American students learning about this
country in depth is very small. Well I'm here to tell you all about this country. This country is
Ethiopia. When we think of ancient city that left their legacy behind, we think of ancient Egyptian,
ancient Greeks, or romans. However, when many countries throughout Africa are being colonized
by European countries, Ethiopia defeated Italy and remained the only county that's ... Show more
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Addis Ababa is one of the fastest rise cities in Africa currently building better roads and houses
throughout the city. However, you can still see where the imaginary line that is dividing people up
best on the types of houses they live in and which part of the city they live because the rich people
have modern day houses. They are building their homes in same areas making the poor people stand
out in the other part of the city, where they still live in broken down house that are not safe, or have
the proper material to be called home. Addis Ababa, a city filled with modern day shops to museums
filled with an historyical Ethiopia objects.You can explore all. Addis Ababa in English means new
flower, it's also called Finfinne by local Oromo population meaning natural springs. Addis Ababa is
composed of many different ethnics groups, the two main ones are Oromo, and Amhara people
which also means mostly those two languages dominate the city. 33.8 percent of the city speaks
Oromo language compared to where 29.33 percent of the population speaks Amharic and about 6
percent of the population speaks
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Ethiopi Stereotypes Generated By Society

  • 1. Ethiopi Stereotypes Generated By Society I entered this course knowing little about Ethiopia other than the stereotypes generated by society. Throughout my first week of class I learned that Ethiopia was the birthplace of coffee. However, since the first phase my knowledge and appreciation of Ethiopia has grown tremendously. Similar to many others in Western society, I saw Ethiopia as the sick African child suffering from famine and disease. Ethiopia was associated with weakness and dependence upon other countries' support. Through research I learned that this was quite the opposite. Ethiopia is one of only two countries to abstain from true European colonialization. I learned that Ethiopia was once home to a strong empire. I learned that it was not until governmental destabilization ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 3. The Influence of Ethiopia on Regional Stability in the... The Ethiopian culture influences the Horn of Africa (HOA) regional economic and political stability because of the country containing around 80 ethnic groups, central location in the HOA, continued presence and impact on bordering countries, and a behaviors and norms developed from a diverse history of both productive and violent leaders and revolutions. Cultural norms and beliefs are integrated in Ethiopian's combined church and state model of government causing most of the country's problems within its own borders and regionally The United States, North American Treaty Organization (NATO) and other non–government organizations (NGOs) expended billions of dollars and resources to Ethiopia and the HOA for defensive and developmental ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Eritrea's independence caused Ethiopia to become land–locked after losing access to two ports, Mitsiwa and Assab, and the Red Sea coast. This loss of port and coast access forced Ethiopian people and its associated cultures to interact with and depend on neighboring countries like Djibouti (Shah, 2000). After losing access to the Red Sea coast and end of the 1998–2000 war with Eritrea, the port of Djibouti increased almost 400 % fueling economic growth and stability for Djibouti. Positive accomplishments of Ethiopia include participation as the only African League of Nations member in the United Nations and the capital, Addis Ababa, contained a substantial, international population. The repetitive presence of brutal governments, occupation, insurgency, and revolutions contributed to the integration of violent behaviors and norms into Ethiopian culture. Ethiopia remained an influential government as the only African country to never be colonized and made a successful transition from two millennia of autocracy to a modern state (Gerba, 2008). After World War II, Ethiopia's closest friends included the United States, Israel, the Soviet Union, and Cuba (Makinda, 1992). Ethiopia's current federal government, ruled by Ethiopian People's Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF), continued striving toward the development of a democratic form of government. "The EPRDF, a coalition ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 5. Literature Review Of Tourism In Ethiopia Chapter Two 2. Literature Review 2.1. Overview of Ethiopian Tourism Sector 2.1.1 Tourism in Ethiopia MoCT (2006) as cited in Meserat G (2011, p.17) states that: Ethiopia is one of the countries of sub Saharan Africa, which is gifted with a variety of unique features which includes; natural, wildlife, historical and cultural heritages, impressive landscape, suitable climate, rich flora and fauna and recognized archaeological sites. Of the gifted features of the country includes Axum's obelisks, the monolithic churches of Lalibala, Gondar's castles, the Omo Valley, Hadar, the Semien National Park, Bale mountain national park and the city of Harrar. The physical features of the country which incorporates high plateau, long mountain ranges, lofty ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Undertaking promotional work through the creation of strong market Ties in order to become competitive on the international market According to Ministry of Culture and Tourism (2012, p.12–15) Ethiopian National Tourism Development Policy (NTDP) includes 5 pillars which are: 1. Integrated tourism development and stakeholder; Ethiopia's tourism sector is a major employment generator, especially for women, it can generate even more employment 2. Variety, scale and quality of tourism products targets to be met GTP 3. Infrastructure development; Tourism faces a combination of hard and soft infrastructure bottlenecks. To address these bottlenecks, it is important for tourism strategies to be anchored in and integrate existing infrastructure plans and to include innovative partnerships with the private sector, including Public–Private Partnerships (PPPs). 4. Branding, promotion, and awareness raising; the negative image of Ethiopia is persistent; therefore it is an urgent need to develop a competitive and unique country image through the developing brand and marketing strategy. 5. Human resources capacity building; the critical gap between tourism work force supply and demand and the limited private sector investment in tourism training are crippling the sector's ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 7. Immigration Without Assimilation Immigration without assimilation Immigration is a way to move from one country to another country. In Ethiopia's case immigration is the incoming of refugees from Eritrea, Somalia, South Sudan and Sudan. The immigrants from these countries are in seek of peace and stability. Generally, when their lives are in danger, they flee to their closest safe country, Ethiopia. Most of these people walked to get to Ethiopia. According to the UNHCR of the United nations, 850,000 refugees from neighboring countries residing in Ethiopia and the country hosts the largest number of refugees in Africa. Ethiopia's immigration without assimilation policy benefits the immigrants in national identities, cultures, and language preservation and are most welcome to enter into the nation. So, national identity, culture and religion are the three aspects of the immigrants are preserved due to Ethiopia's policy of no assimilation. The first aspect that the immigrants are preserved due to Ethiopia's policy of no assimilation is national identity. The refugees from Eritrea, Somalia, South Sudan and Sudan are having their own national identities of their states. They have distinctive traditions and feelings they share with a group of people about their nations. Here, the immigrants are displaced only from their homelands, but with all having traditions and feelings about their countries. With their national identities, they are moving far away from their homelands seeking for peace and stability as ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 9. African Immigrants: A Case Study Every year, many African immigrants' migrants to the United States. There are various numbers of reason immigrants decide to come to the United States. For instance, to escape poverty, oppression, seek greater economic opportunity and provide a better life for their family. Born in Nazret, a small city approximately 70km from Addis Ababa the capital of Ethiopia, Selamawit was raised by her mother and father. Selamawit spent the first 26 years of her life living in Ethiopia, which is considered one of the poorest countries in the world. Wanting to seek a better life for her family Selamawit applied for the Diversity Immigrant Visa. She was selected by random draw in 2014. Although nervous to leave her country Selamawit and her family were overjoyed to embark on their new journey. Selamawit stated," she migrated with her family to the United States in May ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... During our first meeting, we greeted one another by shaking hands. I noticed a subtle difference, Ethiopians have a lighter handshake. In the western culture, our handshakes are firm. Also, they use their right hand when shaking another individual's hand. The left hand is considered unclean, it is the hand used for personal hygiene. I asked Selamawit," How does her culture feel about touch and personal space?" She replied," it varies based on tribal and religious influences." When two individuals are engaging in conversation, very little distance is placed between them. Usually less than an arm's length. Touching one another is acceptable. You will often see friends of the same gender walking together holding hands or close friends may greet a member of the same sex by kissing three times on the cheek. Greetings are usually a lengthy process, it is important to ask about one's family and health. The family unit is very important to Ethiopians. According to Selamawit, Ethiopian family structure is much larger than western ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 11. Research On Foreign Direct Investment To interested investing parties, After long consideration from our management team, we have decided to introduce a contingent set of initiatives corresponding to "Foreign Direct Investment" in Ethiopia. There has been a considerable rise of FDI opportunities recently within Ethiopia. The following document will discuss; cultural, political, as well as economic trends and patterns that influenced our outlook on FDI into Ethiopia. Moreover, this memo will analyze the potential risks and or barriers to entry, foreign firms could encounter when attempting FDI to Ethiopia. Lastly, our team will aim to outline a proposed plan relating to FDI in Ethiopia for our organizational business partners. There were many sources of information which influenced our "Foreign Direct Investment" conclusion for Ethiopia such as; research on cultural, political, and economic factors ongoing currently in Ethiopia. Additionally, our group is a combination of "Foreign Direct Investment" specialists including two Ethiopian counterparts residing within Ethiopia. Hence, a part of our investment plan includes first–hand direct insider Ethiopian research, conducted from Ethiopia. Accordingly, the strategies developed, by our management team, for FDI in Ethiopia have been formulated using high business acumen and business analytics pertaining to present Ethiopian economic conditions. Seemingly, one will see from these proposed FDI initiatives that Ethiopia is one of the most stable countries for ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 13. Ethiopia Research Paper Ethiopia has a population of 84.7 million people, which was estimated in 2011. In 1896, Ethiopia was discovered by Emperor Menelik II, who was the emperor of Ethiopia. Ethiopia is in east Africa; it is west of Somalia and neighbor to Eretria. The capital of Ethiopia is Addis Ababa, which means "New Flower" in English. Ethiopia has its own calendar that is seven years and eight months behind the rest of the world; it has 13 months in a year. The climate in Ethiopia consists of 13 months of sunshine, which mean they experience sunshine and warm weather thought the year. However, Ethiopians experience rainy season between mid–March and September. Ethiopia is a diverse city that consists of immigrants that came from many countries, who have lots of cultural and linguistic backgrounds. Languages in ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The main ethnicities in Ethiopia are Amhara 30.1%, Oromo 32.1% and Gurage 4.3%. The chief religions in Ethiopia are Christianity and Islam. Christianity is primarily practiced in Ethiopia and majority of Christians are Orthodox Tewahedo Christians that attend the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church. The religiousness of Ethiopians is voiced in the form of music. Their music is related to love, hardship, and victory, which creates delightful melodies and storytelling lyrics. Type of Ethiopian music is traditional music. Ethiopian traditional music comes in forms of text/vocal, Instrumental and expressive dances. Categories of Ethiopian songs are Ingurguro, Mezmur, and Zefen. Ingurguro is sung generally in high falsetto vocal style by female vocalists, and Mezmur is sung in a full voice, while Zefen is sung in a calm style voice accompanied by dances and hand clapping. Ethiopians ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 15. Ethiopian Culture Research Paper Why is this topic important? My topic focuses on all aspects of Ethiopia, this includes cultural and religious practices that Ethiopians practice every day. I believe it is important to educate others about Ethiopia so that they can be culturally competent. We live in a country that is known as the melting pot; this melting pot includes individuals from different countries with different cultures and religions. Within the melting pot, there are many Ethiopians. Around the United States, individuals are beginning to be more aware and knowledgeable about Ethiopia and Ethiopians; for example, Ethiopian cuisines are beginning to be very popular in the United States, and there has been an increase in Ethiopian restaurants around the United States. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Ethiopian cuisines play a major role in understand Ethiopian culture; therefore, this website is a good source to have to understand the background of Ethiopian cuisines. I have looked over all the information, and it is very accurate based on what I learned growing up as an Ethiopian. In addition, it allows the audience to see and understand Ethiopian cuisine from another individual perceptive who is not Ethiopian. She briefly explains the significance of Ethiopian cuisine in Ethiopia, allowing the audience to understand the the connection it has with Ethiopian cultural and religious ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 17. Research Paper On Ethiopia Jamie Wells Professor Amaya HTM 421 April 3, 2017 Ethiopia Research Paper When it comes to things that are needed to sustain life, often times, these things are just part of the daily routine and have no positive, emotional stimulation. Food, on the other hand, is also required in order to survive, but for many it is one of the best parts of the day. Even though eating food is one of the most repetitive things we do as humans, it never gets old and is always exciting. Eating is almost always something that individuals look forward to and gives them a sense of joy. Each culture has a different approach on food eating habits and ways in which food is prepared, enjoyed, and consumed. Often times food practices by humans are determined by values, attitudes, beliefs, and environmental and religious circumstances; all of which are the products of tradition, culture, and contacts (Onuorah and Ayo, 2003). These unique variations in food consumption and food preparation make food habits absolutely fascinating and culturally distinct. Culture plays a significant role in determining food patterns. An example of this is evident in Ethiopian food. In the Ethiopian culture, vegetables and very spicy meat dishes are often indicative of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This allows individuals to come together, family and friends alike, to enjoy their meals amongst one another. This is a time where individuals can share how their day was, and can discuss various topics with their peers. Many times, individuals will even partake in what is known as 'gursha,' which is when an individual will feed a loved one. This allows loved ones to connect on a deep level, even while they eat a meal. Utensils are often not used in Ethiopian dining. Individuals will use their hands to eat, but only the right hand is used while eating in the Ethiopian culture. It's normal for the use of solid foods like injera to soak up the more fluid foods as they ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 19. A Study On A Culture Of Peace Chapter One 1. Introduction This is an introductory chapter which contains the background of the study that provides a brief overview of the study at the beginning. It gives hints about the concept of a culture of peace and emphasizes on the roles of education particularly higher education for the building of a culture of peace in Ethiopia. The second part of the chapter deals with the research problem statement followed by the basic research questions. Subsequently, the main and specific objectives of the study are also included followed by the rationale and contributions of the study. The focus of the study is also included in this chapter followed by organization of the dissertation. Finally, operational definitions of key terms are ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Recently, human casualties are also continuing in many countries in the world through violence and violent conflicts. In this regard, the UCDP conflict encyclopedia portrays that in recent years there are different kinds of conflicts in many countries of the world. In Africa, for instance, countries like Algeria, Central Africa Republic, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, Egypt, Kenya, Libya, Mali, Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan and Uganda were engaged in one or more conflicts in 2012 (UCDP, 2015). These violent conflicts occurred and were aggravated due to various reasons. Most of the sources of these conflicts are related to the problems of equality, justice, good governance, freedom, identity, human rights, cooperation and the utilization of scarce resources. These sources of violence ignite the development of some characteristics of a culture of war and violence such as inequality, injustice and authoritarian governance in the society which eliminates the basics of peacefulness. It is, however, impossible to think and visualize any meaningful human progress when the society is affected by injustice, inhumanity, poverty, hunger, illiteracy, disease and violence, and predominantly without peace and security. In this case, there is an urgent and enormous responsibility on responsible citizens to find appropriate solutions for these problems and to fulfill, or at least to satisfy the fundamental ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 21. Mengesu From America Analysis For Mengestu, being able to fit in a community could only be achieved if he knows who he is and where he is from. His inability to understand his identity throughout the majority of the book is tied to his belief that identity is passed down from one's placed of origin, family background and views, environment growing up, or a combination of these. Thus, leaving Ethiopia at the age of two to live in the United States causes him an internal conflict over determining who he is. Is Mengestu from Ethiopia? Is he from America? Mengestu's struggle to call a place home, to say he is "from" somewhere, is due to his perspective on identity, which causes him to isolate himself until he realizes that he, and only he, can define where home is. Growing up as a kid, Mengestu's assimilation into American culture leads him to be isolated at home. This is made clear when he declares, "It's easy to see now how even as a family we were isolated from one another–my parents tied and lost to their past; my sister and I irrevocably assimilated" (76). In a household where the cultural difference between him and his parents is growing, the lack of a present Ethiopian culture affected his connection to his parents' experience as Ethiopian immigrants. His belief that identity is inherited from a place of origin leads him to become aware of the differences at home. As a result, Mengestu seems to regret the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Not being Ethiopian cultured isolated him from other Ethiopians, including his parents. Not being native to the US led him to believe that he did not fit in America's society, especially looking different and having traces of a foreign culture. Nevertheless, such perspectives evolved from realizing that from belonging nowhere he could eventually belong everywhere, as long as the decision to belong somewhere was backed by the will to make that place his ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 23. The Cultural Norms Of Ethiopia Africa is globally recognized for its broad cultural and diversity. Many countries in Africa have distinct cultures. In the case of Ethiopia, it has gained an obscured reputation globally hence the need for learning about their cultural norms for military considerations. When it comes to Ethiopia, or the entire African continent, most bad things are affiliated with the region especially due to the things that people see and hear on television, including starving children, kids without parents, adults begging for food and living places, as well as individuals walking around the streets without shoes and clothes. Certain parts of Africa portray such issues, although it is worth noting that certain parts of the developed world also portray ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The individuals rely on agriculture and pastoralist activities while they reside mostly in the southwestern and central parts of Ethiopia. Regarding the Shankellas, they usually reside in the country's western region on the border of Lake Turkana and Eritrea. It comprises of around 6 percent of the entire population in the nation. The other groups of individuals living in Ethiopia that comprise the remainder of the population include Sidamo, Tigreano, Afrar, Somali, and Gurage (Tikuye, 2009). Concerning the Amhara population, it portrays varied physiological heritage. The individuals usually speak the Semitic language while their linguistic and historical forces as depicted by their primary origin myths appear to reveal that their Ancestors originated from the present day Yemen. Addis Ababa serves as Ethiopia's capital while it served as the prior Abyssinian Empire of the Amhara. A large number of Amahara people reside in the area although in an enclave based in the Oromo people's land (Getahun & Kassu, 2014). The Amhara speak Amharic as their main language although other people across Ethiopia usually speak it as a second language. The Amharic language was mostly used in schools but it has recently spread to different parts of Ethiopia commencing in 1991. The Ethiopian people also speak English, which serves as the dominant foreign language, while it is mostly taught in high schools. Ethiopians are capable of speaking more than one language in a ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 25. Human Geography Of Ethiopia Ethiopia is a country of 102 million people and is known for its ancient culture, especially the fact that human origins lead to the African nation. Ethiopia sits in of the most economically vibrant regions of the world and exports vital resources to major economic powerhouses such as India, China and the United States of America. The growth rate of Ethiopia in terms of Gross Domestic Product was 8 % in 2015. It is one of the fastest growing nations in Africa currently. Ethiopia has maintained good economic relations with the African countries and has considered sustainable development to be of utmost importance for the growth of Africa as a continent. It has been an active supporter of implementation of SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals). ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 27. Eritrea Being Informative Essay Finan Gerezgeher May 12th 2016 Speech 6th period Informative Speech The History of Eritrea Before I get into my topic I have a question to ask. Does anyone in here know anything about Eritrea? Or ever heard a country named Eritrea? I'm not surprised not a lot of people in here knows Eritrea. I grew up in Saudi Arabia every time someone would ask me where I was from, I would tell them I am from Eritrea, most of them would know where it was but, the other half won't know where it is. I would say 80% would know, but 20% of them wouldn't know. Once I moved here and people would ask me where I was from and I would answer them but, the percentage is opposite. Eritrea is one of the best and beautiful countries once you know and understand it's history. The journey the country had to undergo to receive its independence, the culture of the country, the different ethnicity or tribe present in the culture. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Eritrea was colonized by many different countries It was colonized by Italy for 59 years, Britain 10 years, Greek 5 years and Ethiopia 10 years. The way Eritrea had its name give to it was by Greek, this because there is a Red sea next to it. In the 19th century Eritrea and Ethiopia was one, even though they were one there were still many misunderstanding's with in them. It was in 1952 when Ethiopia took over Eritrea. From 1961 until 1991, Eritrea had fought a long war of independence against Ethiopia. When my mother uses to live in the village side she and friends would walk to school and every time sees dead people laid on the floor. They would slaughter anyone. On this day in 1991, Eritrea people's forces moved into the capital Asmara, reinstating independence, and 30 years long battle against the Ethiopian ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 29. Poverty In Ethiopia Beyond Poverty: Ethiopia Culture is defined as "the beliefs, customs, arts, etc., of a particular society, group, place, or time", according to Merriam–Webster (2016). Ethiopia is one of the oldest countries in the world, the founding dates back as far as the 9th century B.C. The people of Ethiopia have a long history and a distinct culture. Unfortunately, Ethiopia became a place of poverty and the suffering of the people who live there. Poverty is a reality in the country, but there is much more to learn about Ethiopia. It is important to understand the differences between cultures so that we may better understand our similarities. When met with other cultures it is possible to be offensive without knowing it. Taking time to do research before traveling to new areas might allow a person to save face, and avoid offense or embarrassment when visiting foreign places. The United States military has learned these lessons when operating in foreign lands. The military often conducts extensive research into the culture and customs of the countries in which we will be operating. That research leads to individual soldier training on cultural sensitivity, and aids the soldiers when interacting with the local populace. The Ethiopian people have rich and diverse culture. A strong part of any culture is the music enjoyed and played by the people. In the communities, music plays a large role in social events and entertainment. Traditional folk instruments and music played at ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 31. El Salvador Compare And Contrast In this paper, I will explain about the country of Ethiopia and El Salvador's language, calendar, religion, food, holiday, and flag. Ethiopia was formerly known as "Abyssinia" until the 20th century. Ethiopia is located in the horn of Africa (East Africa). Addis Ababa is a capital city of Ethiopia. It is the only African country to defeat a European colonial power, and retain its sovereignty as an independent country. El Salvador is a small Central American nation. It is located in the continent of Central America. The capital city of El Salvador is San Salvador. Ethiopia is the only African countries with its own alphabets. There are ninety individual languages spoken in Ethiopia. Amharic is the official language, and it is spoken by around ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 33. Traditional Ethiopian Medicine : Traditional Ethiopian... Traditional Ethiopian Medicine Traditional Ethiopian Medicine: Traditional Medicine play important role in Ethiopian society. It was originated in Ethiopia. Ethiopian medicine not only help to cure the disease but also help to protect the human physical, spiritual, social, and mental. It is found that most of the country use the traditional medicine and in Ethiopia mostly 80% people use the traditional medicine (TM). Ethiopia has variety of blend of ethnic and linguistic foundations. It is nation of more than 80 various ethnic groups each with its own language, culture, custom and tradition. In Ethiopian traditional costume is made of woven cotton and there national dish and drink is Wat and bunna (coffee). Bunna is drunk is made of ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Summary of healing traditions Similarities between traditional Ethiopian Medicine and Ayurvedic Medicine Types of healer: Prescriptionst Cause of illness: The cause of both traditional practices, illness is due to improper digestion of food or consumption of unhygienic water and food. At the wrong time or in improper way which affect the internal system of the body. Cure of illness: In traditional Ethiopian medicine and Ayurvedic medicine they mostly use the herbal treatment to cure the illness. They both use different kinds of herbs and spices like basil, cumin, sanjeevani, tulsi, papaya leaves, coriander and so on for the cure of different physical and mental illness. Difference between traditional Ethiopian medicine and Ayurvedic medicine Different type of healers Type of healer in Ethiopian medicine: Shaman Type of healer in Ayurveda medicine: holy person Cause of illness: In Ethiopia spiritual powers are the main reason of illness because they believe spirits, souls etc. Beside this the supernatural forces is also one of the main reason of illness in this healers. Demonic powers are considered to be the affective reason for bad health such as miscarriages or mental stress or physical illness. On the other hand side in ayurvedic medicine the main reason of illness is physical or mental imbalance of the body like back pain, stress and the other reason of illness in Ayurveda is changes in environment. Mostly the cold and hot weather affect the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 35. My Personal Perspective On The Person I Am The person I am has been shaped by all the people and circumstances I have come across in my life. My background has had one of the biggest impacts on my personality and my future aspirations. Growing up in an Ethiopian–Canadian household gave me a unique perspective on the world around me. My parents emigrated from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia in the early 90s. Their firsthand experience living in a developing country provided me with insight into the issues facing the developing world. This sparked my passion for international development. My background has developed my world view, impacted my aspirations, and has shaped me into the person I am today. Having Ethiopian–Canadian parents has broadened my horizon and has made me a global citizen. I have been fortunate to be exposed to different ways of life and various cultures. This has prevented me from living solely in the bubble of Toronto, and has allowed me to appreciate the diversity that the world has to offer. Through my parents' stories and my own trips to Ethiopia, I have seen how different yet beautiful other cultures can be. Despite the obvious differences between Canada and Ethiopia, both countries have aspects that are endearing. I love how walking down any street in Toronto I can pass an array of different restaurants and shops boasting different cuisines from all around the world. I also enjoy the all the conveniences that are available in a developed country. When visiting Ethiopia the biggest thing that stands ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 37. Neolithic Revolution People have evolved from hunting and gathering to a settled civilization. The transition from a lifestyle of hunting and gathering to a settlement of civilization was called the Neolithic revolution. During and after the Neolithic revolution, many factors such as geography, religious beliefs, and government structures contributed to the success of the land's civilization. Many of those empires had similarities and differences between the features. Ethiopia and Persia were some of the earliest civilizations. Ethiopia and Persia had an advantageous geographic location that led to trade and resources that were used as a source of wealth but had major differences in the government structures. Before we go into the depth of empire's important ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Ethiopia was divided into semi–independent kingdoms. Each kingdom had its own ruler and the head of these separate kingdoms was called the "King of Kings" (Clarke 65). Ethiopia was a uniquely African empire that incorporated much from the outside and yet developed a distinctive culture of its own in the influence of its government and people (Clarke 67). Ethiopia was isolated from the rest of the world for fifteen centuries because the Muslims conquered Egypt and cut off Ethiopia's access to the Red Sea (Clarke 69). Thus, Ethiopia became a feudal kingdom. During this isolation, "the government was able to keep Ethiopia as a land of wealthy nobility, intricate religious ceremonies, and elaborate court rituals" (Clarke 69). Unlike Ethiopia, Persian government of the Achaemenid Empire depended on a balance between central initiative and local administration. The Achaemenids appointed "governors to serve as agents of the central administration and oversee affairs in the various regions" (Bentley, Ziegler 169). The administration and taxation were governed by the satraps. Most of the satraps were Persians, but the government recruited local officials to fill almost all administrative posts below the level of the satrap. Thus, there was a possibility of the local official to ally with the local groups and be an independent ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 39. Level 2 Bs111 Unit 2 Learning Journal Learning Journal Unit 3 Term 2 BUS1101(02.12.2015) I started my Unit 3 on Thursday 26th of November at 12.00 o'clock noon Jerusalem time, by reading the learning guide, the assignments, instructions and the reference pdf pages as well. I also submitted my learning journal unit 2 the same day, which I got an excellent grade and the usual encouraging comments from my professor, I always thank him for his help to persuade my course. On Friday 27th of November 2015, I started reading the learning guide unit 3 Chapter 8 – pdf file pages192–203, Chapter 9– pdf file pages 214–225, in order to answer the next questions like discussion forum, written assignment and learning journal as usual. On 28th of November 2015 (Saturday) I started preparing the discussion forum answer and finished writing around midnight, prepared to submit Sunday on 29th of November 2015. I submitted my discussion forum on Sunday 29th of November 2015. Monday and Tuesday November 2015 I was reading most of the chapters, but I could not finish all time challenged me as usual. On Tuesday 01.12.2015 I completed writing my assignments of written assignment and Learning journal. Checking once more I submitted all the answers on Wednesday. I also did my Unit 3 self quiz and Grade quiz on Wednesday ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... My country is Ethiopia, and I used to work at the Commercial Bank of Ethiopia (CBE). Based on my experiences during this time, I can say that the business culture at the CBE is a good representation of the business culture in Ethiopia. Therefore, by describing the culture of the CBE, we can learn about the business culture more broadly in Ethiopia. . The CBE is located in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa, which is the center for business in the country. The bank was established in 1963 and is the first bank after Ethiopia's victory over fascist Italy in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 41. Essay Ethiopia: Maternal Mortality and the Access to Care Access to Care in Ethiopia In many parts of the world that are considered lower or middle–class countries, health disparities are cause of major concern that leads to unnecessary disease and possible death. Many variables affect how and why many citizens of lower and middle–class countries struggle to obtain adequate healthcare. One region of the world classified as a lower socio economic territory is Ethiopia. Many factors contribute to the lack of health care in Ethiopia such as access to care, high cost of care, and being uneducated, to name a few. One idea that hinders many citizens in Ethiopia to attain healthcare is the access to the healthcare system. This research project will entail the issue of access to the health care ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... One example is teaching citizens of Ethiopia the importance of good hygiene and the consequences of having poor nutrition status. Aims Of particular concern is women and maternal health in Ethiopia. According to the millennium goal developments, the fifth goal is to reduce maternal mortality rate by 75% by 2015. One reason that maternal health needs to be increased in Ethiopia is because of the large amount of women who die each year. According to Skolnik (2012), the highest maternal mortality ratios are in sub–Saharan Africa, where there are 940 maternal deaths per 100,000 live births. This means that a woman in some countries of sub–Saharan countries of Africa such as Ethiopia face 250 times the risk of dying a maternal death as does a woman in the high–income countries. (Skolnik, 2012) There are many factors that come into play when looking at maternal health. Among the first are the nutritional status and general health status of the mothers, in addition there is a link between maternal death and the level of education and income of the mother (Skolnik, 2012, p. 191). In order to help reduce the high incidence of maternal mortality rate focus should be turned to wards identifying ways to improve the access to care for women who are pregnant. I believe this issue is the important to tackle because it can improve the prenatal care that women in Ethiopia receive resulting ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 43. Ap Human Geography Of Somalia I. Environment and Natural History Located on the east coast of Africa, in an area known as the Horn of Africa, Somalia is approximately 637,657 square miles (close to the size of Texas) and has just over 1,800 miles of coastline. It is bordered on the west by Ethiopia, on the right by the Indian Ocean; to the north, the boarder is the Shabelle River, and the Juba River to the south. The capital city is Mogadishu and as of 2011, the population is just under 10 million. Somalia is of mixed terrain, where the northern part is hilly, the central and southern parts are flat. The climate in Somalia is hot and dry year–round, with seasonal monsoon winds, and irregular rains. Based on its geographic location, extending into the Indian Ocean, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Somalia has been torn by conflict for most of its 48 years of independence. The collapse of the state itself came in 1991 when President Mohammed Siad Barre was overthrown. "Following the collapse of the Siad Barre regime in 1991, various groupings of Somali factions sought to control the national territory and fought small wars with each other." (Business World Complete p.5) My analysis is that without any formal, structured government, the Somalia people went to what they value, clans and kinship. Unfortunately, they were all vying to be the clan in control. The inter–clan fighting prevented people from planting and harvesting crops and caused the death of several hundred thousand Somali. Ultimately this constant fighting led to a total breakdown of public services. Remember that Somalia culture is based on traditions and their ideology of kinship. Coalitions among clan warlords led the central government to crumble and it's these same clan rivalries that prohibit ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 45. Brief History of Ethiopia "Throughout history, it has been the inaction of those who could have acted; the indifference of those who should have known better; the silence of the voice of justice when it mattered most; that has made it possible for evil to triumph." –Haile Selassie The name "Ethiopia" derives from the Greek word ethio, meaning "burned" and pia, meaning "face": the land of burned–faced peoples or in some points also means "something divided". Ethiopia also known as (Abyssinia) is the tenth largest country in Africa, covering 439,580 square miles almost twice the size of Texas. Addis Ababa is the third–highest capital city in the world. The country boasts a massive population as one of the densest landlocked countries in the world with roughly ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This can be seen particularly true in urban areas where women are beginning to take a major role in all areas of employment and men are beginning to take a greater role in domestic life. The Ethiopian traditional costume is made of woven cotton. Ethiopian men and women wear this traditional costume called gabbi or Netella. Women often wear dresses (Kemis) and netella with borders of colored embroidered woven crosses, but other designs are also used. Other ethnic groups and tribes in the south and west of the country wear different costumes that reflect their own traditions. Some tribes partially cover their body with leather but others do not wear any clothes at all, merely decorating their faces and bodies with distinctive images. As far as nation cuisine goes one of the more known Ethiopian national dishes is called wat. It is a hot spicy stew accompanied by injera (traditional large spongy pancake made of teff flour and water). Teff is unique to the country and is grown on the Ethiopian highlands. There are many varieties of wat, e.g. chicken, beef, lamb, vegetables, lentils, and ground split peas stewed with hot spice called Berbere. It's made of dried red hot pepper, herbs, spices, dried onions, dried garlic and salt ingredients. Wat is served by placing it on top of the injera, which is served in a mesob (large basket tray). The food is eaten with fingers by tearing off a piece of injera and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 47. Five Cultural Norms By the textbook definition, Norms are "the established standards of behavior maintained by a society." In the video, Five Dimensions of Culture, we observe numerous examples of how norms, mostly informal, change from one society or culture to another. The video breaks down into Five Dimensions to help define cultures. First, Individualist vs collectivist. Second, masculinity vs femininity. Third, Power distance. Fourth, time, or more accurately, short–term vs long–term orientation. Finally, tolerance for uncertainty. The first dimension of defining a culture, immediately gives us an insight into the norms of different societies as well as how much they can vary from one to another. An individualist culture, such as the majority in the United States, or a collectivist culture like the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Femininity. In the United States, men and women are expected to be treated equally in all aspects. However, in the Rural areas of Ethiopia it is thought to be the norm that a woman must have a husband for protection. In fact, INSERT NAME says that if a woman is asked to fetch water by her husband, she would not decline as it is insisted upon in her culture to listen to her husband, consequently if she refused, she would be called lazy. This also paints an example of an informal negative sanction for acting out of the norm for that culture, there would be no jail time, but the woman would be cast out for not doing what is anticipated from her. South Africa has different norms since education is so readily available to women and this puts men and women on more of an equal level. It would be out of the realm of normal for a South African woman to just marry a man who provides for her and she just has babies and does not go to school. The negative sanction for that would be that the behavior would be frowned upon, but probably not to the extent of a woman acting out of the norm in ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 49. Ethiopian Cultural Identity 1. What is your chosen group background? What has it meant to belong to this group? As you know, I am Ethiopian. I was born and raised in Addis Abeba, Ethiopia. I belong to the Ethiopian community not only in Ethiopia, but also here in America. Finding Ethiopian friends who share the same interest as me, understand their culture, practice their languages, and have interest in returning back to Ethiopia someday, has always been a struggle for me. Most of the Ethiopians who I meet are Americanized. When I was studying at NIU, I was blessed to have a small circle of Ethiopians who grew up there. Spending time with me made me feel secure, like I actually belonged. Lucky for me, I am also a part of the African community. There are 53 countries in Africa; however, there is an unbreakable bond that is seen amongst Africans around the world. We share the same identity and have the upmost love and respect for our continent and the people still living there. 2. Where did you grow up and what other groups resided there? How did this early personal history influence your beliefs of others I lived in Ethiopia for quite some time before given a chance to move to America. When I arrived in America, the only people that were around me were Caucasians. They did not look like me or act like me. I found this very difficult when I first came to America. I was jealous of my classmates because they spoke clear English, they had cars to get them to and from school, and they had nicer clothes ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 51. How Has Ethiopia Culture Changed Over Time Many immigrants amaze about how their home country culture changes when they return after living abroad for several years. However, Jacqueline Novogratz was surprised about the ways that Duterimbere changed from its beginnings to its current state in Chapter 12 of The Blue Sweater. When I went back home, Ethiopia, last summer, June 2016 after living 4 years in the U.S.A, there was a different place than it was previously. To begin with, the Ethiopian economy has different between 2012 and now. When I was in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, in 2012, there were a large number of unemployed young men: more than 50% men did not have a job. Also, they used to sit on street rocks and mocked at the people who had a job. Moreover, in the past, Ethiopia had a low literacy rate. If there were 6 people in a family, only two might be students. However, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In the past, there was freedom to speak or oppose the Ethiopian government. For instance, people were allowed to protest in front of the government offices. Moreover, there was a right to own private property for religious purpose. For example, any Ethiopian could build a mosque or a church and let people pray in it. However, the Ethiopian political situation is very different now. There is not freedom of speech. If anyone speaks about the Ethiopian government problems in front of the government agents, he or she will arrest. For example, in August 2016, my brother in–law, Teha, was talking about current Ethiopian government complications with his friend in his store, and a government agent heard him. Immediately, 4 police came to his store and arrested him for 3 months. Furthermore, there is not a right to own private property for religious purpose now. All mosques are controlled by government. If someone needs to build a religious place, the leaders or the imams have to be the regime members. The Ethiopian political situation become poorest ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 53. Self Reflection Paper Self–Reflection: I am Ethiopian. I was born and raised in Addis Abeba, Ethiopia. I belong to the Ethiopian community, not only in Ethiopia but also here in America. Finding Ethiopian friends who share the same interests as me, understand our culture, fluent in our languages, and plan on returning back to Ethiopia someday, has always been a struggle for me. Most of the Ethiopians who I meet are Americanized. When I was studying at Northern Illinois university, I was blessed to have a small circle of Ethiopians who grew up there. Spending time with them made me feel secure like I actually belonged. Lucky for me, I am also a part of the African community. There are 54 countries in Africa; however, there is an unbreakable bond amongst Africans around the world. We share the same identity and have the utmost love and respect for our continent and the people living there. I lived in Ethiopia for quite some time before given a chance to move to America. When I arrived in America, the only people that were around me were Caucasians. They did not look like me or act like me. I found this very difficult when I first came to America. I was jealous of my classmates because they spoke clear English, they had cars to get them to and from school, and they had nicer clothes than me. This exposure at such a young age was difficult. Because I spent many years in Ethiopia with people who looked just like me and acted like me, this taught me how different everyone really is. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 55. What Is My Experience At Carroll University Essay Experience at Carroll University Coming to Carroll has been one of the most challenging things I have ever done, other than the fact that the Milwaukee and Waukesha area is one of the most segregated areas in the United States, there are plenty of other factors that have made this my most demanding endeavor. But Regardless of the countless awkward moments and borderline racist encounters, I am proud to say I have finally begun to understand the American culture. Let's get started with a quick intro to the Ethiopian culture and some basic history of the country, before we look at my "peak" moments at Carroll. Ethiopia is a very old country founded on an even older form of Christianity, it is also the only country to not be colonized in ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... And I have also found that when people don't have enough information about your country they tend to make assumptions based on stereotypes, which leads to some interesting conversations and questions. A few of the memorable ones are: "are there any high schools back home?", or "did you live in a hut?", "how did you learn to speak English so well?", and "do you have internet in Ethiopia?" All of which I have been asked by an actual Carroll student. I don't find these questions offending in any way, in fact I would rather them ask me these questions than shy away and make assumptions. Regardless of whether they ask them or not there is still stereotype of some sort associated with people form any part of the world, I personally try my best to encourage people to ask me questions about the culture and take it up on myself to at least paint a broad picture of the living situations back home. The thought of moving into a new country with an unfamiliar culture and people can be intimidating to anyone. And I got to hand it to the office of international students for creating a community for international students to talk to one another and meet people who are going through the same things that you are going through, which has made the transition process so much easier. It has also allowed me to learn about the cultures of different countries and made me realize how much of a hypocrite I am ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 57. The Lost Boys of Sudan Essay The story of the Lost Boys of Sudan is one that provides the world with many examples of social interaction, some being violent and others being inspirational. Their journey from Sudan to Ethiopia and Kenya, then on to the United States for a better life for themselves and their families gives an insight into how certain cultures deal with and overcome adversity. Culture is the complex system of meaning and behavior that defines the way of life for a given group or society, in the case of the Lost Boys, the culture of the people of Sudan and the American society are analyzed. How the boys were able to continue on without their families to show them the way is almost a miracle. Over outstanding odds, the boys were able to prevail and ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Because the boys were often completely severed from all family ties, they had to learn to build new trust with boys they had barely known in order to take care of each other. The camp was maintained until the government collapsed and the boys were forced to flee again, but this time to Kenya. Another journey of hundreds and even thousands of miles had just begun. By the time the Lost Boys had reached Kenya, their numbers had been cut to 12,000. In such times, the people had to find ways to keep their minds occupied and to discuss issues such as returning home to a safe and unified Sudan. Slowly, the culture of the Sudan boys had been adapting and changing. Because there were few adults to raise these children as would their parents in Sudan, the boys developed their own semblance of their culture. Other societies take for granted that their culture is passed down by their family and other surrounding sociological forces, so for thousands of young boys to have to figure it out for themselves in an astonishing thought. Many other cultures do not understand the genocide that occurs in Africa, more specifically Sudan. This is not a cultural norm that exists in Western society where people are more accepting of other cultural ideals. This ethnocentrism raises concern by many other regions of the world, but because they are not actually a party of this seemingly strange culture, not much is done in order to end such crisis ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 59. Ethiopia Misunderstood Country In The World Ethiopia is the most misunderstood country in the world. The world knows Ethiopia by its poverty, famine and drought. But there are untouched and untold histories of Ethiopia that need to be released so the world finally be able to see Ethiopia in different way. First time visitors to Ethiopia are largely astounded by the spectacular natural magnificence of a country that is also extremely rich in culture and history. Abounding with contrasts and extremes, Ethiopia welcomes visitors to visit from the tops of its highlands to its lowlands. The mountains rises up to 14,100 feet (4,300 meters) and the depression goes down 126 meters below sea level, which is the lowest point on planet earth. Danakil Depression is the lowest and the hottest place ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 61. Ethiopian Art Research Paper Ethiopian Art Ethiopian art has evolved throughout the centuries; however, it can be categorized into two expansive groups. First there is Christian art; this arts primary focus and use is for the church. The forms most popular in Christian art are crosses, icons, paintings, illuminated manuscripts, and metalwork like crowns. Additionally there are secular arts such as textiles, basketry, jewelry, and architecture. Ethiopian Christian art and secular art although very distinct, explore important aspects of Ethiopian culture and life. Analyzing art gives insight into the progression of Ethiopian culture; furthermore, investigating the origins and differences in Christian and secular art in Ethiopian history can show the overlap of African ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The development of Ethiopian Christian art over the course of centuries reflected the models of Eastern and Western European Christian art. It absorbed the influence of Islam and the ever– changing ideals of it people. What makes Ethiopian art singular is the ability to reproduce the most significant iconographic characteristics, while simultaneously incorporating stylistic cultural influences that transcend the principles of African art. Geographically Ethiopian art is African art. Yet stylistically, Ethiopia had separated itself from what is typically considered aesthetic to Africa. This is mainly due to the form Ethiopians choose to chiefly represent their art. Contradictory to Western, Central, and Southern Africa, Ethiopia's main form of art was expressed through paint, while most of Africa chose to represent its art through sculpture. Church decoration are considerable the richest of all Ethiopian art; they are an illustration of centuries of heritage. When reflecting about illustrations, Ethiopian paintings reflect an act of piety, a way to express worship and the inexpressible in a visible form. However, illustrated manuscripts compose a great portion of Ethiopia's artistic heritage. Creating illustrated books on parchment is considered an ancient tradition in Ethiopia and it continued for centuries ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 63. Personal Narrative: Living In The US I never imagined I would live in the United States. I was born in Ethiopia, and I grew up in Addis Ababa capital city of Ethiopia, but my childhood was not good because my father passed when I was 3 years old. After my father passed away, my mom helped my sister and me with a lot of things, and she raised us very well and I always grateful for that. My first language is Amharic. English is my second language. I learned English in high school. Amharic is the official language in Ethiopia. So, I came to America 2007. Here in US, the culture is way different from Ethiopia. Growing up in Ethiopia and Ethiopian family have a being influence in me which I forever will hold on it. Greeting takes the form of multiple kisses on both cheeks and lots ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 65. Imperialism In Ethiopia There has been many significant events of the 20th century that helped shaped what Ethiopia is today. Through imperialism, wars about boarding issues and the death of many great ruler this nation has been standing strong.Today Ethiopia is the second most populated country in Africa, it's the home to over 80 ethnic groups. The largest being the Oromo tribe that makes up over 34% of the population. Not only are they a big ethnic group in Ethiopia but also the neighboring countries such as Kenya and Somalia. Another big ethnic group is Ahmera who are taking up most of the politics and economy in Ethiopia. The rest is the minorities and have a smaller percentage of people or are other people who are are nationally from bordering countries such as Somali and reside in ethiopia. There are around 6.7% of Somalis who live in Ethiopia and adapted to their culture as well. Imperialism changed Ethiopia in the 20th century by opening of more jobs and business. Also a lot more education was ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... It really benefited the western world economically. While effecting places like Africa in the worst way. Without imperialism the world would not be so developed with the roads and then we have now. Also education was a big reason the world changed because people had the opportunity to invest. European imperialism has affected so many countries in Africa after the Berlin conference. In 1980 many European countries found out that Africa was filled with diamonds and all meet to discuss what European countries would be conquering the different parts of Africa. Ethiopia was the only country that was free from European control. Menelik ll was the brains behind this, he played the European countries against one another and made his nation much stronger. Ethiopia was not involved in world war l at all. Germany tried to have ethopia alliance with them to defeat the British. So Ethiopia stayed being a independent ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 67. Ethiopia 's And Its Surrounding Country Ethiopia is in east–center Africa, bordered on the west by the Sudan, the east by Somalia and Djibouti, the south by Kenya, and the northeast by Eritrea. The following map shows Ethiopia's and its surrounding country. Physical geography: Ethiopia has several high mountains. The highest is Ras Dashan. The Blue Nile, or Abbai, rises in the northwest and flows in a great semicircle before entering the Sudan. Its chief reservoir, Lake Tana, lies in the northwest. Demography In 2014, the population was 96,506,031. The growth rate is 3.02%. The birth rate is 42.59/1000. The infant mortality rate is 75.29/1000, and the life expectancy is 56.56, density per sq km: 69. The following map shows the city of Mekelle. Mekelle city located in Tigrau Region, the city is one of the fastest growing urban area in Ethiopia and the sixth largest city in the country. Ethiopia considered to be one of the most under–developed, highest poverty level, and one of the fastest growing countries in the world with a growth rate of 3.02%. It's one of the largest landlocked countries in the continent of Africa. According to United Nations projections, Ethiopia is the 13th most populous country. It's the second largest country in Africa. In addition Ethiopia filled with a rich culture and heritage. It's the home of various ethnicities, and religious. Islam and Christianity are the most practiced religious in Ethiopia. There are eighty–six known indigenous language in Ethiopia, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 69. Managing Diversity Between Ethiopia And The United States... Managing diversity in the workplace while working with people that belong to Ethiopian Culture Summary: Working with the same nationals is fairly easy, but, challenges occur when one works with employees that belong to different geographic locations or countries. In this report, the major focus is to analyze Ethiopia's culture in terms of managing the workplace diversity while having the professional ties with the Ethiopian citizens. This report will highlight how the workplace diversity is managed by working with the natives of Ethiopia. Ethiopia and the United States (US) have very diverse demographics, so this report will analyze how the workplace diversity is better managed by minimizing the differences. Explanation: Ethiopia is an African state that has a culture that is very different from that of the United States. The reason is, the United States and Ethiopia are very different in terms of their geographic locations, their cultures, and their interests. Additionally, the United States is a developed country, while Ethiopia is an under–developed state. Any state, that is under–developed, the citizens of that particular country face certain challenges in their country, i.e. a struggle for better life standards, for a better education, and for the better future. This fact is observed by the report of Royal Oak Interactive Inc (2016), where it is mentioned that people living in Ethiopia receive a very less spending on health care, they earn less money, life expectancy ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 71. Job Application For The Post Of International Business Oct 14, 2015 Government Of Canada Embassy Of Canada Addis Ababa Ethiopia SUBJECT: JOB APPLICATION FOR THE POST OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT OFFICER Dear Sir/ Madam I am writing to apply for the above position advertized in the Fortune newspaper posted on Oct 04, 2015 G.C. The opportunity presented in your respected organization is very interesting, and I believe that my strong knowledge, skill and experience in business development along with my educational background would be useful for your kind of consideration. I have enclosed a completed job application along with assessment questions, resume, copy of my certification, and references. Question #1: Skills and experience that would help support Canadian Companies: Started ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Leading the marketing department was challenging mostly, but always interesting. The joy of Assisting and guiding potential foreign investors, introducing Ethiopian social and business culture, investment opportunities and government incentives, informing the countries business policy, economy growth and political stability has been a great asset in my professional journey. As part of my duties I was responsible for initiating new contacts, arranging meeting with private and government bodies, organize events, co–ordinate investors visit, follow up successful implementation of the plan and attend different international conferences and meetings like World Economic forum, trade fairs and so on. In addition to upgrading my experience, I pursue my education and earned a 3 years course Masters in the field of Business Administration (MBA) specialization in Business Management from Cambridge International College, Britain. I am acquainted with budget preparation, analysis of financial data like return on investment, net present value and so forth. I see myself as a very determined person, flexible, with good interpersonal skill, confident, open to acquire new knowledge and ideas. If I am given the opportunity I can demonstrate the knowledge and skills I have acquired so far. The skills, knowledge, experience along with my educational background would be a useful asset to support Canadian Companies ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 73. Ethiopia Research Papers Completely landlocked surrounded by Eritrea, Djibouti, and Somalia, and at almost twice the size of Texas (435,186 square miles) Ethiopia is a country comprised of many different cultures as well as diversified belief systems. Ethiopia is considered to be primarily an agricultural country and is best known by the general public for being overpopulated and underdeveloped (James Wood). Even with being one of the highest populated countries in the world, the lack of development has taken a severe toll on the average life expectancy of the Ethiopian people ranging from 59 to 62 years of age while the United States of America average life expectancy is 79–82 (The World). To summarize, Ethiopian culture can be described as spiritual, historical, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... After recognizing the need for a unified language, the imperial government adopted Amharic as the official language of Ethiopia. As of November 2010, the population of Ethiopia is estimated to be approximately 88,013,491 people (The World Factbook). Three major tribes make up the majority of Ethiopian population: Semitic, Cushitic, and Omotic. These tribes have many differences such as the basis of wealth and land ownership. Social elites, during the Imperial Government times, owned the land and leased it to the landless peasants and natives. Spirituality is a constant importance to the people of Ethiopia which primarily consists of two major religions; Christianity and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 75. Rainbow Country Research Paper When BoB Marley popularized the term "Rainbow country" in his song. Did you know what country he was talking about or what comes to you mind when you hear words like, Lion, known for its coffee, defeat colonialist designs, home to ancient forms of hominids, blue Nile, or when you hear symbol of African interdependence. The chances of American students learning about this country in depth is very small. Well I'm here to tell you all about this country. This country is Ethiopia. When we think of ancient city that left their legacy behind, we think of ancient Egyptian, ancient Greeks, or romans. However, when many countries throughout Africa are being colonized by European countries, Ethiopia defeated Italy and remained the only county that's ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Addis Ababa is one of the fastest rise cities in Africa currently building better roads and houses throughout the city. However, you can still see where the imaginary line that is dividing people up best on the types of houses they live in and which part of the city they live because the rich people have modern day houses. They are building their homes in same areas making the poor people stand out in the other part of the city, where they still live in broken down house that are not safe, or have the proper material to be called home. Addis Ababa, a city filled with modern day shops to museums filled with an historyical Ethiopia objects.You can explore all. Addis Ababa in English means new flower, it's also called Finfinne by local Oromo population meaning natural springs. Addis Ababa is composed of many different ethnics groups, the two main ones are Oromo, and Amhara people which also means mostly those two languages dominate the city. 33.8 percent of the city speaks Oromo language compared to where 29.33 percent of the population speaks Amharic and about 6 percent of the population speaks ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...