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The main article for this category is Oromia Region.

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Amuru (woreda)

Bale Mountains

Education in Oromia Region

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People from Oromia Region

Populated places in the Oromia Region

    

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2008 Negele Boran bombings

Aba Segud Airport

Abay Chomen

Abaya (woreda)

Abe Dongoro

Abichuna Gne'a

Abijatta-Shalla National Park

Abul Kasim (mountain)

Abuna Ginde Beret

Ada'a

Adaba (woreda)

Adama Zuria

Adami Tullu and Jido Kombolcha

Adda Berga

Adola

Agarfa (woreda)

Akaki

Akaki River

Ale (woreda)

Aleltu

Alge Sache

Amaya (woreda)

Ambo Zuria

Amigna

Amuru (woreda)

Amuru Jarte

Amuru, Ethiopia

Anchar

Anfillo (woreda)

Apostolic Vicariate of Meki

Apostolic Vicariate of Nekemte

Arero

Arsi Negele (woreda)

Arsi Province

Arsi Zone

Aseko (woreda)

Ayra (woreda)

Ayra Guliso

Babille, Oromia (woreda)

Babo Gambela

Bako Tibe

Bale Gasegar

Bale Mountains

Bale Mountains National Park

Bale Zone

Baro River

Becho

Bedele Zuria

Bedeno (woreda)

Begi, Oromia (woreda)

Beica Airport

Bekoji (woreda)

Berbere (woreda)

Bereh

Bicho (woreda)

Bila Seyo

Bilo Nopha

Birbir River

Bishoftu Motorization Engineering Complex

Boji

Boji Chokorsa

Boji Dirmaji

Boke (woreda)

Bonaya Boshe

Bora (woreda)

Bore (woreda)

Borecha

Borena Zone

Boset

Bule Hora

Bure, Oromia (woreda)

Cheliya

Chercher province

Chewaka

Chilalo Agricultural Development Union

Chinaksen (woreda)

Chiro Zuria

Chole (woreda)

Chora (woreda)

Chora Botor

Dabo Hana

Dabus River

Dale Lalo

Dale Sedi

Dale Wabera

Daleti

Dano (woreda)

Darimu

Darolebu

Dawa River

Dawe Kachen

Dawo

Debre Libanos (woreda)

Deder (woreda)

Dedo

Dega (woreda)

Degem

Delo Menna

Dembidolo Airport

Dendi (woreda)

Dera, Oromia (woreda)

Didessa (woreda)

Didessa River

Didu (woreda)

Diga

Diga Leka

Digeluna Tijo

Diksis

Dima (woreda)

Dinsho (woreda)

Dire (woreda)

Doba (woreda)

Dodola (woreda)

Dodota

Doreni

Dugda (woreda)

Dugda Dawa

East Hararghe Zone

East Shewa Zone

East Welega Zone

Ejerie

Elfata

Elu (woreda)

Enkelo Wabe

Fedis

Fentale

Gafat Armament Engineering Complex

Ganale Doria River

Gasera (woreda)

Gawo Dale

Gawo Kebe

Gebba River

Gechi (woreda)

Gedeb Asasa

Gelana

Gemechis

Gera (woreda)

Gerar Jarso

Gida Kiremu

Gidami (woreda)

Gilgel Gibe I Dam

Gilgel Gibe II Power Station

Gimbi (woreda)

Gimbichu

Ginde Beret

Ginir (woreda)

Girawa (woreda)

Girja

Goba (woreda)

Gobu Seyo

Gola Oda

Gololcha

Gololcha (Bale)

Gomma (woreda)

Goro Gutu

Goro, Oromia (woreda)

Goro, Oromia, South West Shewa

Guba Koricha

Gudeya Bila

Guduru (woreda)

Guji Zone

Guliso

Guma (woreda)

Guna (woreda)

Guradamole, Oromia (woreda)

Gursum, Oromia (woreda)

Guto Gida

Guto Wayu

Hababo Guduru

Habro

Hambela Wamena

Harar Wildlife Sanctuary

Harena Buluk

Haro Limmu

Haro Maya (woreda)

Haru (woreda)

Hawa Gelan

Hawa Welele

Hidabu Abote

Hitosa

Homa (woreda)

Horo (woreda)

Horo Guduru Welega Zone

Huka Halu

Hurumu

Ibantu

Illubabor Zone

Jardega Jarte

Jarso (Hararge)

Jarso (Welega)

Jeju (woreda)

Jeldu

Jibat

Jido

Jimma Arjo

Jimma Genete

Jimma Gidami

Jimma Horo, East Welega

Jimma Horo, Kelem Welega

Jimma Rare

Jimma Zone

Karsa River

Kelam Welega Zone

Kembibit

Kercha

Kersa, Hararge

Kersa, Jimma

Kersana Malima

Kiltu Kara (woreda)

Kofele (woreda)

Koka Reservoir

Kokosa (woreda)

Kombolcha (woreda)

Kondala

Kore (woreda)

Kundudo

Kuni (woreda)

Kurfa Chele (woreda)

Kuyu

Lake Abijatta

Lake Basaka

Lake Langano

Lake Shala

Lalo Asabi

Lalo Kile

Legehida

Leka Dulecha

Liben, Oromia

Liben, Oromia, East Shewa

Limmu (woreda)

Limmu Kosa

Limmu Sakka

Limuna Bilbilo

List of districts in the Oromia Region

Lome (woreda)

Lude Hitosa

Mako (woreda)

Malka Balo

Mana (woreda)

Mana Sibu

Maternal and Newborn Health in Ethiopia Partnership – MaNHEP

Meda Welabu

Merti

Mesela (woreda)

Meta (woreda)

Meta Robi

Metu Zuria

Meyumuluke

Midakegn

Mieso, Oromia (woreda)

Miyu (woreda)

Mount Chilalo

Mount Fentale

Mount Gugu

Mount Tullu Dimtu

Mount Welel

Mount Zuqualla

Moyale, Oromia (woreda)

Muger River

Mulo (woreda)

Munesa

Nejo (woreda)

Nensebo (woreda)

Nole Kaba

Nono Sele

Nono, Shewa

North Shewa Zone (Oromia)

Nunu Kumba

Odo Shakiso

Omo Nada

Oromia Coffee Farmers Cooperative Union

Oromia International Bank

Oromia Region

Oromia Special Zone Surrounding Finfinne

Raytu

Robe (woreda)

Robe Airport

Sagan River

Sasiga

Sayo

Sayo Nole

Sebeta Hawas

Seden Sodo

Seka Chekorsa (woreda)

Senkelle Swayne's Hartebeest Sanctuary

Seraro

Seru (woreda)

Setema

Seweyna

Shala (woreda)

Shashamene Zuria

Shebe Senbo

Sherka

Sibu Sire

Sigmo (woreda)

Sinana

Sire (woreda)

Sodo Dacha

Sokoru

Southwest Shewa Zone

Sude

Sululta

Supena Sodo

Teltele (woreda)

Tena (woreda)

Tikur Enchini

Tiro Afeta

Tiyo (woreda)

Toke Kutaye

Tole

Tulo

Uraga (woreda)

Wadera (woreda)

Waliso (woreda)

Walmara

Wama Bonaya

Wama Hagalo

Wara Jarso

Wayu Tuka

Welega Province

West Arsi Zone

West Hararghe Zone

West Shewa Zone

West Welega Zone

Wollega University

Wonchi

Wuchale (woreda)

Yabelo (woreda)

Yaya Gulele

Yayu (woreda)

Yemalogi Welele

Yubdo (woreda)

Ziway Dugda

  

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1239 news items

UN News Centre

UN News Centre
Sun, 31 Jan 2016 08:11:04 -0800

Later in the day, the Secretary-General visited the drought-stricken Oromia region with the Deputy Prime Minister of Ethiopia, Demeke Mekonnen, and Ertharin Cousin, the Executive Director of the UN World Food Programme (WFP). Saying that he was “very ...

The Guardian

The Guardian
Mon, 18 Jan 2016 02:49:43 -0800

Bolstered by US-based social media activists, the protest movement coalesced around opposition to a government plan to integrate the capital, Addis Ababa, with surrounding Oromo towns. After weeks of protests, the ruling coalition in the Oromia region ...
 
Abugidainfo
Sat, 13 Feb 2016 09:14:52 -0800

In addition to the senseless killings of protesters by the ruling party against the Oromos, the latest video clips and news reports also indicate that the same protests in Oromia region have led to the burning/destruction of properties, foundations ...
 
Lexology (registration)
Fri, 12 Feb 2016 02:41:15 -0800

Finally a potentially significant tantalum deposit exists at the Kenticha project located in the Oromia region of Southern Ethiopia. This deposit is in the process of being worked on by a group of partners. Detractors from the potential for the ...

Huffington Post

Huffington Post
Fri, 22 Jan 2016 10:31:58 -0800

Protesters marched to voice their opposition, fearing that the state's Addis Ababa Integrated Development Master Plan, as the proposal is called, would seize land from the Oromia region's marginalized Oromo ethnic group, which makes up around 35 ...
 
BMC Blogs Network
Thu, 11 Feb 2016 21:03:45 -0800

Jimma is found in Oromia region, a region that accounted for the highest number of HIV infected people from Ethiopia. It is near Gambella region, a region that accounted for the highest prevalence rate of HIV from Ethiopia [17]. The city is also near a ...

Huffington Post Australia

Huffington Post Australia
Wed, 10 Feb 2016 10:11:15 -0800

I recently visited the Oromia region in Ethiopia to witness the work of doctors, nurses and health workers that The Fred Hollows Foundation has trained in fighting this blinding eye disease. Trachoma is at endemic levels in Oromia; 27 million people ...

Human Rights Watch

Human Rights Watch
Fri, 15 Jan 2016 03:48:50 -0800

The announcement January 12 by the Oromo Peoples' Democratic Organization (OPDO), the ruling party's local affiliate in Oromia region, is a rare concession from the government and a hard fought victory for protesters. But it may be too late to calm Oromia.
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