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According to watchtutorials, Ethiopia is a country located in the Horn of Africa and is the second most populous nation in Africa. It has a population of over 100 million people, making it one of the world’s most populous countries. Ethiopia is ethnically diverse and consists of over 80 ethnic groups with Oromo being the largest. The official language is Amharic, although there are many other languages spoken by different ethnic groups. The population of Ethiopia is young, with an average age of 18 years old. Over half the population is under 25 years old, which means that Ethiopia has a large youth population that will shape the future of the country. In terms of religion, Ethiopia is predominantly Christian with around 60% belonging to various denominations while 34% are Muslim and 6% are from other religions or non-religious backgrounds. In terms of education, Ethiopia has achieved significant progress in recent years with literacy rates increasing from 40% in 2005 to 70% in 2020 according to UNESCO estimates. This improvement can be attributed to increased access to education as well as improved quality across primary and secondary schools. Additionally, the government has implemented several initiatives such as free primary education for children aged 5-13 years old and free secondary education for girls which further contributes to increased literacy rates across all ages. See ejinhua for Ethiopia Population and Language.

Ethiopia Political System, Famous People, Animals and Plants

Ethiopia: Political System According to CANCERMATTERS.NET, Ethiopia is a federal republic. The bicameral parliament consists of the “Council of People’s Deputies” (Shengo) with 548 members, who are elected every 5 years, and the regional council with 117 appointed members. The head of state is elected every 5 years by parliament. See AbbreviationFinder for more information… Read More »

How to get to Ethiopia

Overview Ethiopia is a country in Africa according to eningbo. Ethiopia is home to some of the highest and most amazing scenery on the African continent, like the jagged Simien Mountains, and also some of the lowest, like the Danakil Depression with its sulfur fumaroles and lunar landscapes. Culturally too, Ethiopia is one of the… Read More »

Ethiopia History in the 1960’s

After 1960, the re-established ruler Ḫāyla Sellāsē could not ignore the new political atmosphere created after the attempted overthrow of his government. On the other hand, even after 1960 the attacks continued, albeit clandestine and cautiously anonymous, against the sovereign and the government he headed, and several times (1961, 1962, 1964, 1966) different plots were… Read More »

Ethiopia History

According to a legend, which traces the similar Judeo-Christian-Muslim ones, the origin of the Empire of Ethiopia dates back to Menelik I, born from the meeting of Solomon with the Ethiopian queen Maqeda, better known with the name of Queen of Sheba. According to historically established facts, the origin of the empire is reconnected to… Read More »