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Ethiopia has huge surface and ground water potential. However. it utilizes a small portion of these resources. Access to safe potable water in urban areas was 86.2 percent in 2007/08. Access to safe potable water in rural areas was about 53.9 percent in the same year. The overall national average of access to potable water supply was to 59.5 percent.A huge project deemed to satisfy safe water demand in the towns and rural areas was…
In order to ensure efficient, cost effective and reliable import and export movement of cargo to and from the sea ports of neighboring countries, the government has established the Dry Port Service Enterprise. The Enterprise is currently operating two dry ports which are located at Modjo, in the Oromiya Regional State, and at Semera, in A far Reigional State.Addis Ababa, the capital city, is linked by railway and road to the port of Djibouti, at…
Air transport is an important part of Ethiopia's transport network. Ethiopian Airline, Africa's World Class Airline, which has gained a very good reputation internationally in its 66 years of active services, provides both domestic and international air transport services. It has an outstanding safety records and is one of the few profitable African airlines.Ethiopian services include both passenger and cargo transport in its international flights and domestic routes. It also provides training and maintenance services…
Road plays a vital role in transporting people and goods in Ethiopia. Cognizant of its cardinal role, the Government has identified the road sector as top priority for public investment and remarkable progress has been made in the expansion of the road network in the country.Addis Ababa,the capital city,is an impor tant regional and international transport hub. The road network radiates from Addis Ababa to regions linking it with important cities. towns. and other economically…
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