Ethiopia Regional State Government Amhara | Land Portal

Localização

Amhara
Etiópia
Amhara ET

The State of Amhara consists of 10 administrative zones, one special zone, 105 woredas, and 78 urban centres. Amharic is the working language of the state.

CAPITAL CITY

The capital city of the State of Amhara is Bahir-Dar

LOCATION

The Sate of Amhara is located in the north western and north central part of Ethiopia. The State shares common borders with the state of Tigray in the north, Afar in the east, Oromiya in the south, Benishangul/Gumuz in the south west, and the Republic of Sudan in the west.

AREA

The State of Amhara covers an estimated area of 170,752 square kilometres.

POPULATION

According to the 1994 census, the region's population was 13,834,297 of which 6,947,546 were males and 6,886,751 females. The urban residents of the State number 1,265,315 while its rural residents were 12,568,982 (90% of the total population.)

Based on the 1994 census result, of the total population of the State, 81.5% were Orthodox Christians, 18.1% Muslims, and 0.1% Protestants.

Regarding ethnic composition, the majority of the population is Amhara, which is estimated to be 91.2%. In addition, the ethnic composition includes Oromo (3%), Agew/Awi (2.7%), Kimant (1.2%), and Agew/Kamyr (1%).

Source: Ethiopian Government Portal

Ethiopia Regional State Government Amhara Resources

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Library Resource
Legislações e Políticas
Agosto, 2003
Etiópia

This is a resource from the Resource Equity LandWise database of resources.

Project
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The project aims to enhance the access of poor rural people to natural resources such as land and water, and to introduce improved technologies for agricultural production, mainly through sustainable land management. The project targets the Lake Tana watershed benefiting 450,000 households, it establishes and strengthens community-based organizations involving them in decision making, and promotes off-farm employment opportunities.

Project
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Geographical focus: 

The overall objective of the programme is the improvement of livelihood opportunities and resilience of selected rural communities in North Gondar through sustainable resource management. The programme promotes integrated watershed management, improved rural land administration and access to land for poor farmers and vulnerable groups, sustainable agricultural/livestock production and marketing, including diversification of livelihood opportunities.

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