Abdulhamid Bedri Kello

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Epidemiological studies were carried out among 180 randomly chosen settler and 180 non-settler households in the three resettlement schemes of Kishe, Gera and Didessa located in river valleys and highland areas of Illubabor Administrative Region in western Ethiopia. Up to 49% of the indigenous populations (in Kishe) and 0.9% of the settlers had(More)
African people reflecting on their own situation will frequently find themselves in a dilemma to identify with western and traditional values. A case study of the Burji (Ethiopia and Kenya) examplifies this. First a description is given of the Burji actively dealing with their problems, trying among other things to keep Burjiness alive. Then in presenting a(More)
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