AWRAMBA COMMUNITY PDF
Awramba is a community found in South Gonder Zone of Amhara State, Ethiopia, 68 km from Bahir Dar. The community was founded in Zumra Nuru, the founder and Co-Chair of Awramba Community Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, May 4, () In Nortwest Ethopia lives a community of around people, founded by a once labeled crazy man called Zumra Nuru. Nuru never had any.
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I grew up in Esti Woreda in Gonder. According to the written rule and regulations of the community, all human beings are treated and respected equally regardless of sex, race and ethnicity, religion.
I believe the greatest treasure we have in this world is us commmunity beings. Read the original article on Ethiopian Herald. Begging, cheating, lying, unplanned wastage of time, prostitution, crime, and illicit behaviors are highly condemned in the culture.
They believe in hard work and being good awramb people. Awramba is a community of individuals, currently in their hundreds, who share the same view and philosophy of life.
I shall say it is a bit better now than it was before. What led you to come up with such astonishing ideas and asramba form this exemplary community? The third issue I have is, all too often, the less fortunate and the old do not have anyone to take care of them.
The profit they make from sales is equally shared between the members at the end of the year regardless of gender, input or capability. All people in the community have no religion as distinct from most communities in Ethiopia. I thank you indeed. Regarding facilities in your community, what do you lack the most and hence need help from outside?
Do you believe that it is practical and realistic that you can cmomunity our society to follow such rules? As they are the generation of tomorrow, children in their community are viewed as the major determinant of the future. I have been in trouble often and my community has also been in trouble often. Archived from the original on I knew that we as people were doing something to others that we would hate if it happened to us.
The major source of livelihood of this unique Ethiopian community is farming. By and large, early marriage, arranged marriage, polygamy and other forms of traditional harmful practices like female genital mutilation and others are highly prohibited within the community.
Articles and commentaries that identify allAfrica. This page was last edited on 31 Octoberat Formulated by Zumra, the community has four pillars of rules for its society.
Okay, We have development committee which consults the community to be more productive and effective. Accordingly, the minimum age of marriage is Five students graduated from universities and currently eleven are studying in different fields.
They give high priority to the rights of people with physical disabilities as well as elderly. Some of them are assisting us and others are working on their own.
As you know our number is very small. The community is open for lucid discussion when there are attitudinal differences among members. There are formal committees to provide services which include: Additionally, women are considered to be equal and are not limited to housework, whereas men have the responsibility of helping women with housework.
Members of the Awra Amba community therefore were not given agricultural land to cultivate, but instead were pushed into the most infertile and malaria infested corner of the district. Children and women are respected and equal to male adults. Theft is seen as very asramba. Are they contributing something back to their community?
Ezega Ethiopian Newspointing to http: We believe that they can perform any sort of works as co,munity the mutual understanding of satisfying basic needs by their own effort,” says Zumra.
I have been through a very rough time, so you can say it is more of a burden. When he set out to establish this community in which everyone is equal and where there is no room for unwanted human behaviors, his seemingly utopian community was not taken seriously. Zumra also used to advocate that human beings have the power to get rid of vices like lying, cheating I did not learn such matters from anyone.
Awraba by Zumra Nuru, who currently serves as co-chairman of the community, with 19 other people who shared his vision, as of Awra Amba has some members, and is lauded as a model to alleviate poverty and promote gender equality in a country where women are generally subservient to men.
Ethiopia: A Community With Extraordinary Principles
Accordingly, women have equal rights to participate and engage in as per the rule and principle practiced there, he said adding that without demarcating and labeling tasks as male and female, both men and women should share work in the public as well as in the private spheres on a strict basis of ability and efficiency. We have many visitors from Ethiopia and from all over the world. Their way of life makes them peculiar from the rest of the Amhara people residing in the state.
Related East Africa Ethiopia. Most of the cultural values and principles in the community can be considered as the pillar in which all other shared culture, values,beliefs, and principles are built around. I am very pleased to have you for my interview, would you please introduce yourself, where were you born and where did you grow up?
They have home-tutors for children from years and a library out of mud hut and few classrooms. The community mainly uses weaving as a source of income and has ordinary members and union members. AllAfrica publishes around reports a day from more than news organizations and over other institutions and individualsrepresenting a diversity of positions on every topic.
The village hopes to earn more money in order to build potable water and sewage systems, pave the road, and create an education fund for the children. The community was founded in and live within a place circumscribed by chain of mountains and hills.
Despite living in a culture which practice early marriage, the people of Awra Amba have decided girls should marry only after reaching the age of 18, and boys at or above As they cannot live on farm activities, they have diversified into the weaving business, using both traditional and modern weaving machines.