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Transcript of Ethiopia
Ethiopia is known for the oldest human-ancestors .
Ethiopia has many mountains and the Nile River rises and goes
Ethiopia has small reserves of gold, platinum, copper, potash, and natural gas but, the one thing they rely on the most is hydro power.
The Government has Federal Republic. It has a president Mulatu Teshome Wirtu and a prime minister Hailemariam Desalegn.
Ethiopia has three major religions and they are: Islam,Ethiopian Orthodox, and Animist . 3%-8% is other religions.
The climate is temperate on the plateau and hot in the lowlands. In the capitol Addis Ababa, the maximum temperature it can reach is 26 degrees celsius and the minimum is 4 degrees celsius. The weather is usually sunny and dry but, the short rains occur from February to April.
in a big circle before going into the Sudan.
Ethiopia's economy brought in only 94.76 billion dollars with per capita being 1,000 dollars. They export about 2.75 billion a year. They import 8.25 billion a year. Ethiopia is landlocked, Which means it doesn't have ports or other water transportation this means all their goods are transported by road-ways. Ethiopia has about 37,000miles of road, but only 4,400 miles are actually paved this makes travel difficult to smaller villages, so people have to travel to get their goods.
Ethiopia has seven major languages but seventy other smaller ones. English is one of the major ones. They also have an independence Day on May 28th. Their people have a literacy rate of 42.7%, which means less than half of their people can read the people who can read are usually the ones that are the wealthiest.