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Regional States of Ethiopia

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The State of Afar

   The State of Afar

  The State of Afar consists of 5 administrative zones, 29 woredas and 28 towns. The rural area has 326 farmers associations, while the urban part has 32 kebeles. Afar is the origin of human species, where a 4.4 million years old humanoid is recently discovered.

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The State of   Amhara

The State of Amhara

  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.

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The State of

Benishangul - Gumz

The State of Benishangul-Gumz

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The State of  Gambella

The State of Gambella

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The State of   Harari

 The State of Harari

Harari is one of the most popular historical towns in the Eastern part of Ethiopia. The State has no administrative zones or woredas. The total number of kebeles of the city are 19, while the rural part of the State has 17 farmers associations.

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The State of Oromia

The State of Oromia

  The State of Oromia sprawls over the largest part of the country and at present consists of 12 administrative zones and 180 woredas. Of the 12 zones, Bale and Borena account for 45.7% of the State's total area but only about 14% of the state's population. The Council of the State of Oromia is the highest body of its administration.

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The State of   Somali

The State of Somali

The State of Somalihas a very large area size ranking second next to Oromiya. At present the state comprises 9 administrative zones and 49 woredas.

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The State of

Southern Nations

 The State of Southern Nations

The State of Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples' comprises 10% of the total area of the country, that is administratively divided in to 9 zones, 72 woredas and 5 special woredas. There are a total of 77 woredas and 149 towns in the State. The rural part of the State had 3804 farmers' association at the time of the 1994 census. 

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The State of Tigray

The State of Tigray

The State of Tigray consists of 4 administrative zones, one special zone, 35 woredas and 74 towns. The State Council which is the highest administrative body of the state is made up of 152 members, the executive body consists of 16 personalities.

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