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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Variable Number % Sex Male 220 69.4 Female 97 39.7 Age (in years) 18-24 67 21.0 25-34 110 34.8 35-49 140 44.3 Educational status Illiterate 75 23.6 Elementary 116 36.3 High school 44 14.0 College and above 82 25.9 Marital status Single 132 41.6 Married 151 47.5 Others 34 10.9 Religion Protestant 145 45.6 Orthodox 86 27.1 Others 86 27.1 Ethnicity Gedio 141 44.6 Sidamo 76 24 Guragie 47 14.8 Oromo 36 11.8 Income <500 BIRR 116 36.4 >500 BIRR 202 63.6 Occupation Unemployed 58 18.4 Student 27 8.4 Farmer 121 38.1 Governmental worker 111 35.1 Table 2: Social support characteristics of participants.
In the southern Ethiopia particularly in Wolaita, Kembata, Hadya, Gedio, Sidama and Guragie zones, E.
[25.] Genebo T, Girma W, Haider J and TS Demisse The association of children's nutritional status to maternal education in Zigbaboto, Guragie Zone.