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  • noun Plural form of woreda.

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Examples

  • "For the moment, NGOs are working in 55 woredas [districts], and they are, together with government, providing the capacity to take care of about 40 to 50 per cent -- but there is a big capacity gap to take care of the remaining children."

    WN.com - Business News

  • "For the moment, NGOs are working in 55 woredas [districts], and they are, together with government, providing the capacity to take care of about 40 to 50 per cent -- but there is a big capacity gap to take care of the remaining children."

    WN.com - Business News

  • A joint assessment mission (FMoH, Regional Health Bureau [RHB], WHO and UNICEF) visited the worst affected woredas - Benissa and Aroressa - from 5 to 7 June to assess the impact of the outbreak, the extended immunization and health extension programmes and evaluate on-going response mechanisms.

    ReliefWeb - Headlines

  • "For the moment, NGOs are working in 55 woredas [districts], and they are, together with government, providing the capacity to take care of about 40 to 50 per cent -- but there is a big capacity gap to take care of the remaining children."

    WN.com - Business News

  • "For the moment, NGOs are working in 55 woredas [districts], and they are, together with government, providing the capacity to take care of about 40 to 50 per cent -- but there is a big capacity gap to take care of the remaining children."

    WN.com - Business News

  • Communities in four administrative areas, or woredas, were interviewed, but in some instances people's perceptions of changes in the climate could not be backed by meteorological data.

    IRIN

  • Meanwhile, a team comprising the Disaster Preparedness and Prevention Bureau (DPPB), the RWB, CARE and Save the Children UK is assessing the situation in Bidu, Kori and Elidar woredas, among the chronically water-insecure parts of Afar.

    ReliefWeb - Headlines

  • The DPPB with financial support from UNICEF is providing water trucking services to 12,000 people in Warder and Bokh woredas in Warder zone, Aisha woreda in Shinille zone, Guradamole woreda in Afder zone and Harshin woreda in Jijiga zone until December 2009.

    ReliefWeb - Headlines

  • While water availability has improved in parts of the country, particularly in the south-east, due to the kiremt/meher rains in cropping areas and the deyr/hagaya rains in pastoral areas inadequate rainfall in some woredas means that serious shortages continue to be reported, particularly in the lowland areas of Oromia, north-eastern parts of Afar and some parts of Tigray.

    ReliefWeb - Headlines

  • In Tigray Region, drought-prone woredas in Central, Eastern and South-Eastern zones continue to be challenged by acute water shortages.

    ReliefWeb - Headlines

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