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Videos: Environmental Purification

  The Healing Power of Nature: Exploring the Health Benefits of Walking in a Park 73 views Aug 9, 2023, 2:42 min.  #psychology #ethiopia #nature In the fast-paced and technology-driven world we live in, finding moments of respite and connection with nature has become increasingly crucial for maintaining our overall well-being. Among the various forms of outdoor recreation, walking in a park stands out as an accessible and beneficial activity that can significantly impact our physical and mental health. In this video, we delve into the remarkable health benefits that await those who set foot in a park and simply take a stroll amidst the beauty of nature. From improved mental well-being to enhanced physical fitness, there is much to gain from embracing the tranquil and rejuvenating power of the great outdoors. #plogging #nature #motivation #hiking #psychology #ethiopia #travel #respectnature #plogger #health #wellbeing #lifestyle #lifehack Facebook Facebook Group Instagram

Bibliography, References and Sources

Bibliography, References and Sources Adi, A., Fichtl, R.; Honeybee Flora Of Ethiopia. The National Herbarium, Addis Ababa University, Deutscher Entwicklungsdienst, Germany, 1994 Bekele-Tesemma, A., Birnie, A., TengnΓ€s, B.; Useful Trees and Shrubs For Ethiopia. Identification, Propagation and Management for Agricultural and Pastoral Communities. Regional Soil Conservation Unit/SIDA, Nairobi, 1993 Demissew, S.; The Floristic Composition of the Menagesha State Forest and the Need to Conserve Such Forests in Ethiopia. Mountain Research and Development, vol. 8, Numbers 2&3, May/August 1988: African Mountains and Highlands. International Mountain Society, and  The United Nations University of Science, Addis Ababa University, August 1977 Egziabher, T.B.G.; Vegetation and the Environment of the Mountains in Ethiopia: Implications for Utilization and Conservation. Mountain Research and Development, vol. 8, Numbers 2&3, May/August 1988: African Mountains and Highlands. International Mou


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The Local Inhabitants of Entoto

  Annex 3.  Agenda from a Park Committee Meeting and other Relevant  Information Regarding the Local Inhabitants of Entoto Background A big part of carrying out this MFS has involved being members of a team and taking part in the discussions of the Park Committee. An agenda of a sub-committee meeting is appended to illustrate the process of working in the Park Committee and how policy issues could be strengthened through ventilating them after field trips and through cross-sectoral experience. Annex 3.1       Meeting of Park Sub-committee on 17 Oct. 1994 Meeting Place: The British Council Time 10:30 am Purpose: To review the different options available to the Trust for land and management in Entoto Natural park. Present: Sue Edwards National Herbarium, AAU Damtew Teferra National Herbarium, AAU Mirutz Ghiday National Herbarium, AAU Yilma Delelegn Ethiopian Wildlife Organization, MoNRDEP Yosef Bereded Private Firm Pia Englund Swedish Volunteer HΓ₯kan Blanck Swedish Volunteer Beletu Mengi