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Recommended Citation: Deribew, Amare. February Abt Associates Inc. Fax: Discussion and Conclusions Also referred to as funeral insurance, iddirs provide physical, emotional, and financial support during the burial ceremony. Elders who have the respect of the community usually lead iddirs. Kebele: The smallest unit of local government in Ethiopia urban and rural , equivalent to a neighborhood association.
Kebeles are accountable to the woreda district , subcity, or city administrations. Kimit: A woman who serves as a sexual partner for a man who usually has a legal wife Medea: Houses where FSWs work and local brews, khat leaves chewed as a stimulant , and shisha tobacco or other substances smoked through a water pipe are served Region: Ethiopia is divided into nine ethnically based regional states and two federal city administrations Addis Ababa and Dire Dawa , each with its own government directly accountable to the federal government Risky sex: Unprotected sex without a condom with a non-regular partner Shisha: A mixture of ingredients that is smoked though a water-filled pipe Substances: For the purposes of this study, stimulants other than alcohol.
These include khat Catha edulis , shisha, and hashish marijuana. Transactional sex: The exchange of sex for money or goods Tella: Locally brewed beer with an alcohol content of 5 to 10 percent Town: Often the capital of a woreda administration, it has its own local government Woreda: An administrative division of a zone managed by a local government, equivalent to a district.
Woredas are important political and administrative units with legal recognition and authority, including the delivery of services such as education and health, budget allocation, and management. Zone: A subdivision of a region with varying political and legal recognition as well as authority. A zone is divided into woredas. My deepest gratitude goes to the informants, focus group participants, and interview subjects for their willingness to help.
In addition, the authors wish to thank Parsa Sanjana for her technical review of the assessment report, and Zach Everson and Ricky Merino for editing, formatting, and finalizing the document.