Science has been working for years in the health department and it has caught my attention since in was in school and I found it very intriguing.
Olive landon, Health science specialist, Master of Health Science (MHS), Logdon, Utah
Answered Apr 01, 2020
Ethiopia is a country located in the continent of Africa. This country is located in the Eastern part of Africa, known as the horn of the continent. Ethiopia has many neighboring countries, including Somalia, Sudan, and Kenya. Along with having many neighboring countries, Ethiopia is the second highest populated African country. It comes second to Nigeria.
A recent United Nations report estimated that Ethiopia has a population of 114.092,158. It is estimated that by June of 2020, their population would expand to 115,000,000 and that by 2058, the country will have a population of 188,000,000 people. The population of this country is representative of 1.47 percent of the total world population.
Ethiopia is one of the countries that make up the continent of Africa. Ethiopia is one of the countries that can be found on the horn of Africa i.e., in the east of Africa. It has so many neighboring countries. To the north, Ethiopia shares borders with Eritrea; it also shares a border with Djibouti and Somalia to the east, the western part of the country shares a border with South Sudan and Sudan, and it also shares a border with Kenya to the south.
Ethiopia has a total landmass of 1,126,829 km². In terms of population, it has a population of more than 90 million people, which makes it become the second-largest country in Africa. Ethiopia is a tribal country with a total number of 80 ethnic groups. Christianity and Islam are the two most commonly practiced religions in the country. Currently, Ethiopia is one of the fastest-growing economies.