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A Mosaic of Culture in the Southern Ethiopia

Diversity in Ethnicity, Culture, and Language
Southern Ethiopia, based on the current ethnic political mapping (as also known as SNNPR), borders Kenya to the south, the Ilemi Triangle (a region claimed by Ethiopia, Kenya, and Sudan) to the southwest, Sudan to the west, the Ethiopian region of Gambela to the north, the Ethiopian region of Oromia to the north and east. Besides Awasa, the region's major cities and towns include Arba Minch, Bonga Chencha Dila, Yirgalem, Mizan Teferi Sodo, Wendo, Hosana, Wolkite, and Worabe (Silte). Based on figures from the Central Statistical Agency of Ethiopia (CSA) published in 2005, the southern Ethiopia or SNNPR has an estimated total population of over 15 million. Close to 90% of the population is estimated to be rural inhabitants like all other regions in the country, while about 10% is urban. With an estimated area of 112,343.19 square kilometers, this region has an estimated density of 132.65 people per square kilometer making this region one of the most densely populated in the country. The SNNPR, being an amalgam of the main homelands of numerous ethnic groups, contains over 45 indigenous ethnic groups. The 1994 census reported that the predominantly spoken languages include Sidamigna, Guragigna, Hadiyyisa, Keffigna, and Kembatigna. Other languages spoken in the State include Gamoigna Mello, Goffa, and Gedeo

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