Where is Odo Shakiso in Ethiopia?

Odo Shakiso is one of the woredas in the Oromia Region of Ethiopia. Part of the Guji Zone, Odo Shakiso is bordered on the south by the Dawa River which separates it from Arero, on the west by Hagere Mariam, on the northeast by Uraga, on the north by Bore, on the northeast by Adolana Wadera, and on the east by Liben.

What is the ethnic composition of Odo Shakiso?

What happened to Opodo Shakiso?

Odo Shakiso was one of four woredas that suffered from a wildfire that was started 10 February 2000 and was not brought under control until 7 April, after it had burned a total of 70,000 hectares. The woreda suffered from another wildfire in early 2008, which burned over 2,500 hectares, including 60 hectares planted in coffee and enset.

What is the most important crop in Odo Shakiso?

Coffee is an important cash crop in this woreda; over 5,000 hectares are planted with it. Odo Shakiso was one of four woredas that suffered from a wildfire that was started 10 February 2000 and was not brought under control until 7 April, after it had burned a total of 70,000 hectares.

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