This is part two of “Drinking Coffee The Ethiopian Way” about the importance of coffee in Ethiopia, focusing on the coffee ceremony.
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Suffering and a Green Landscape: What is a Green Famine? The trees look green, fields are planted…but why is there no food? “Green famines” exist in areas dependent on rain-fed agriculture and areas with extreme poverty. In over 80% of Ethiopia, family food and income largely depend on one thing – the weather.
The Importance of Coffee in Ethiopia; History of Coffee
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When many people think of Ethiopia, they think of the ancient archaeological finds, the bustling city of Addis Ababa where life is lived on the streets, or the rock-cut Christian churches of Lalibela still standing since the 12th–13th centuries. But, keep reading…here are a few things you may not know: Coffee Many of us rely … Continue reading Ethiopia Facts — Three Unique Characteristics Featuring The Letter C!