Chapter 1: some chpter

Book Title: Some book123 | Author: Brandon | Word Count: 1015 | Last Updated: 17 Oct 2018

Asasa

Asasa

 

Asasa

Location within Ethiopia

Coordinates: 7°6′N 39°12′ECoordinates: 7°6′N 39°12′ECountry EthiopiaRegionOromiaZoneMirab Arsi ZoneElevation2,367 m (7,766 ft)Population (2005) • Total19,506Time zoneUTC+3 (EAT)ClimateCwb

Asasa is a town in southeastern Ethiopia. Located in the Mirab Arsi Zone of the Oromia Region, this town has a latitude and longitude of 07°06′N 39°12′E with an elevation of 2367 meters above sea level. It is the administrative center of Gedeb Asasa woreda.

Asasa was the location of the Kulumsa experimental farm, a project of Chilalo Agricultural Development Union that ran from 1966 to 1968.[1] In the late 1980s, a Skills Training Center operated in this town, teaching useful trades like pot-making.[2]

Based on figures from the Central Statistical Agency in 2005, Asasa has an estimated total population of 19,506 of whom 9,865 are men and 9,641 are women.[3] The 1994 national census reported this town had a total population of 10,903 of whom 5,350 were men and 5,553 women.

Asasa

Location within Ethiopia

Coordinates: 7°6′N 39°12′ECoordinates: 7°6′N 39°12′ECountry EthiopiaRegionOromiaZoneMirab Arsi ZoneElevation2,367 m (7,766 ft)Population (2005) • Total19,506Time zoneUTC+3 (EAT)ClimateCwb

Asasa is a town in southeastern Ethiopia. Located in the Mirab Arsi Zone of the Oromia Region, this town has a latitude and longitude of 07°06′N 39°12′E with an elevation of 2367 meters above sea level. It is the administrative center of Gedeb Asasa woreda.

Asasa was the location of the Kulumsa experimental farm, a project of Chilalo Agricultural Development Union that ran from 1966 to 1968.[1] In the late 1980s, a Skills Training Center operated in this town, teaching useful trades like pot-making.[2]

Based on figures from the Central Statistical Agency in 2005, Asasa has an estimated total population of 19,506 of whom 9,865 are men and 9,641 are women.[3] The 1994 national census reported this town had a total population of 10,903 of whom 5,350 were men and 5,553 women.Asasa

 

Asasa

Location within Ethiopia

Coordinates: 7°6′N 39°12′ECoordinates: 7°6′N 39°12′ECountry EthiopiaRegionOromiaZoneMirab Arsi ZoneElevation2,367 m (7,766 ft)Population (2005) • Total19,506Time zoneUTC+3 (EAT)ClimateCwb

Asasa is a town in southeastern Ethiopia. Located in the Mirab Arsi Zone of the Oromia Region, this town has a latitude and longitude of 07°06′N 39°12′E with an elevation of 2367 meters above sea level. It is the administrative center of Gedeb Asasa woreda.

Asasa was the location of the Kulumsa experimental farm, a project of Chilalo Agricultural Development Union that ran from 1966 to 1968.[1] In the late 1980s, a Skills Training Center operated in this town, teaching useful trades like pot-making.[2]

Based on figures from the Central Statistical Agency in 2005, Asasa has an estimated total population of 19,506 of whom 9,865 are men and 9,641 are women.[3] The 1994 national census reported this town had a total population of 10,903 of whom 5,350 were men and 5,553 women.

Asasa

 

Asasa

Location within Ethiopia

Coordinates: 7°6′N 39°12′ECoordinates: 7°6′N 39°12′ECountry EthiopiaRegionOromiaZoneMirab Arsi ZoneElevation2,367 m (7,766 ft)Population (2005) • Total19,506Time zoneUTC+3 (EAT)ClimateCwb

Asasa is a town in southeastern Ethiopia. Located in the Mirab Arsi Zone of the Oromia Region, this town has a latitude and longitude of 07°06′N 39°12′E with an elevation of 2367 meters above sea level. It is the administrative center of Gedeb Asasa woreda.

Asasa was the location of the Kulumsa experimental farm, a project of Chilalo Agricultural Development Union that ran from 1966 to 1968.[1] In the late 1980s, a Skills Training Center operated in this town, teaching useful trades like pot-making.[2]

Based on figures from the Central Statistical Agency in 2005, Asasa has an estimated total population of 19,506 of whom 9,865 are men and 9,641 are women.[3] The 1994 national census reported this town had a total population of 10,903 of whom 5,350 were men and 5,553 women.

Asasa

 

Asasa

Location within Ethiopia

Coordinates: 7°6′N 39°12′ECoordinates: 7°6′N 39°12′ECountry EthiopiaRegionOromiaZoneMirab Arsi ZoneElevation2,367 m (7,766 ft)Population (2005) • Total19,506Time zoneUTC+3 (EAT)ClimateCwb

Asasa is a town in southeastern Ethiopia. Located in the Mirab Arsi Zone of the Oromia Region, this town has a latitude and longitude of 07°06′N 39°12′E with an elevation of 2367 meters above sea level. It is the administrative center of Gedeb Asasa woreda.

Asasa was the location of the Kulumsa experimental farm, a project of Chilalo Agricultural Development Union that ran from 1966 to 1968.[1] In the late 1980s, a Skills Training Center operated in this town, teaching useful trades like pot-making.[2]

Based on figures from the Central Statistical Agency in 2005, Asasa has an estimated total population of 19,506 of whom 9,865 are men and 9,641 are women.[3] The 1994 national census reported this town had a total population of 10,903 of whom 5,350 were men and 5,553 women.

Asasa

 

Asasa

Location within Ethiopia

Coordinates: 7°6′N 39°12′ECoordinates: 7°6′N 39°12′ECountry EthiopiaRegionOromiaZoneMirab Arsi ZoneElevation2,367 m (7,766 ft)Population (2005) • Total19,506Time zoneUTC+3 (EAT)ClimateCwb

Asasa is a town in southeastern Ethiopia. Located in the Mirab Arsi Zone of the Oromia Region, this town has a latitude and longitude of 07°06′N 39°12′E with an elevation of 2367 meters above sea level. It is the administrative center of Gedeb Asasa woreda.

Asasa was the location of the Kulumsa experimental farm, a project of Chilalo Agricultural Development Union that ran from 1966 to 1968.[1] In the late 1980s, a Skills Training Center operated in this town, teaching useful trades like pot-making.[2]

Based on figures from the Central Statistical Agency in 2005, Asasa has an estimated total population of 19,506 of whom 9,865 are men and 9,641 are women.[3] The 1994 national census reported this town had a total population of 10,903 of whom 5,350 were men and 5,553 women.

Asasa

 

Asasa

Location within Ethiopia

Coordinates: 7°6′N 39°12′ECoordinates: 7°6′N 39°12′ECountry EthiopiaRegionOromiaZoneMirab Arsi ZoneElevation2,367 m (7,766 ft)Population (2005) • Total19,506Time zoneUTC+3 (EAT)ClimateCwb

Asasa is a town in southeastern Ethiopia. Located in the Mirab Arsi Zone of the Oromia Region, this town has a latitude and longitude of 07°06′N 39°12′E with an elevation of 2367 meters above sea level. It is the administrative center of Gedeb Asasa woreda.

Asasa was the location of the Kulumsa experimental farm, a project of Chilalo Agricultural Development Union that ran from 1966 to 1968.[1] In the late 1980s, a Skills Training Center operated in this town, teaching useful trades like pot-making.[2]

Based on figures from the Central Statistical Agency in 2005, Asasa has an estimated total population of 19,506 of whom 9,865 are men and 9,641 are women.[3] The 1994 national census reported this town had a total population of 10,903 of whom 5,350 were men and 5,553 women.

Asasa

 

Asasa

Location within Ethiopia

Coordinates: 7°6′N 39°12′ECoordinates: 7°6′N 39°12′ECountry EthiopiaRegionOromiaZoneMirab Arsi ZoneElevation2,367 m (7,766 ft)Population (2005) • Total19,506Time zoneUTC+3 (EAT)ClimateCwb

Asasa is a town in southeastern Ethiopia. Located in the Mirab Arsi Zone of the Oromia Region, this town has a latitude and longitude of 07°06′N 39°12′E with an elevation of 2367 meters above sea level. It is the administrative center of Gedeb Asasa woreda.

Asasa was the location of the Kulumsa experimental farm, a project of Chilalo Agricultural Development Union that ran from 1966 to 1968.[1] In the late 1980s, a Skills Training Center operated in this town, teaching useful trades like pot-making.[2]

Based on figures from the Central Statistical Agency in 2005, Asasa has an estimated total population of 19,506 of whom 9,865 are men and 9,641 are women.[3] The 1994 national census reported this town had a total population of 10,903 of whom 5,350 were men and 5,553 women.

 

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