Gurage


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Gu·ra·ge

 (go͞o-rä′gĕ)
n.
1. (used with a pl. verb) A group of tribes in southern Ethiopia.
2. Any of the Semitic languages of the Gurage.
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The dominant ones are: the Oromo, 34.4 per cent; Amhara, 27 per cent; Somali, 6.2 per cent; Tigrinya, 6.1 per cent; Sidama, 4.0 per cent; Gurage, 2.5 per cent and Welaita, 2.3 per cent.
Sociodemographic characteristics of pregnant women interviewed in Hadiya zone south Ethiopia, 2017 Variables Frequency (n) Percent (%) Maternal age 15-24 182 24.3 25-34 504 67.4 35+ 62 8.3 Ethnicity Hadiya 670 89.6 Kambata 34 4.5 Gurage 21 2.8 Amhara 11 1.5 Others (*) 12 1.6 Marital status Married 739 98.8 Single/Divorced/Widowed 9 1.2 Residence Rural 509 68.0 Urban 239 32.0 Educational status No formal education 405 54.1 Primary level (1-8) 181 24.2 Secondary and 162 21.7 above (9-12) + Religion Protestant 594 79.4 Orthodox 97 13.0 Muslim 42 5.6 Catholic 15 2.0 Occupation Housewife 626 83.7 Government employee 85 11.4 Others (**) 37 4.9 Wealth index Low 249 33.3 Middle 250 33.4 Upper 249 33.3 Note (*) Silte, Oromo, Woleta, Halaba (**) self-employee, student, daily laborers Table 2.
Therefore, whenever we get an opportunity to showcase Ethiopia, we display different cultures representing different Ethiopian tribes such as Amharas, Oromo, Tigrayans, Gurage, among others." Abraham said that the Ethiopian group performed on Friday and Saturday and the performances were a success.
The remote school in Gush Koto in the Gurage Mountains in Ethiopia is just such a place.
Mekonnen, "Prevalence and Predictors of Stunting among Children of Age between 24 to 59 Months in Butajira Town and Surrounding District, Gurage Zone, Southern Ethiopia," Health Science Journal, vol.
Variable Frequency Percentage Age of the mother 15-25 207 40.4 26-35 245 47.9 36-45 60 11.7 Marital status Married 464 90.6 Single/Divorce/widowed 48 9.4 Occupation of mother Employed 306 59.8 Unemployed 206 40.2 Education level Illiterate 42 8.2 1-10 250 48.8 Higher than 10 220 43 Religion Orthodox 304 59.4 Muslim 126 24.6 Protestant 82 16 Ethnicity of mother Amhara 189 36.9 Oromo 148 28.9 Gurage 101 19.7 Others 74 14.5 Families monthly income (in Birr) [less than or equal to]1000 80 15.6 1001-2000 114 22.3 >2000 318 62.1 TABLE 2: Factors associated with poor maternal knowledge on newborn care in Addis Ababa health centers, Dec.
Girma, "Prevalence Of Refractive Error And Visual Impairment Among Rural School-Age Children Of Goro District, Gurage Zone, Ethiopia," Ethiopian Journal of Health Sciences, vol.
2016 Gurage Cross-sectional PHQ-9 Source Sample Prevalence Not living with her size ofMD spouse Biratu et al.
Characteristics Frequency (N = 478) Percentage (%) Age 16-18 388 81.2 19-20 80 16.7 21-22 10 2.1 Sex Male 232 48.7 Female 246 51.3 Educational status Primary 228 47.7 Secondary 250 52.3 Region Harari 240 50.2 Somali 238 49.8 Religion Muslim 309 64.6 Protestant 15 3.1 Orthodox 152 31.8 Catholic 2 .4 Ethnicity Somali 213 44.6 Harari 57 11.9 Oromo 96 20.1 Amhara 77 16.1 Gurage 22 4.6 Tigre 13 2.7 Marital status Single 462 96.7 Married 14 2.9 Divorce 2 .4 Table 2: Group differences in attitude towards FGC in Somali and Harari regions, Eastern Ethiopia.
Seasonal and altitudinal variations in fy density and their association with the occurrence of trachoma, in the Gurage zone of central Ethiopia.