Kidist Brihan, who is stunning, has a message.

“The Agew” The lovely Kidist Brihan has something to say. Agew Awi is a zone of Ethiopia’s Amhara Region. The Awi subgroup of the Agaw people, some of whom reside in this Zone, inspired its naming. Benishangul-Gumuz Region is to the west of Agew Awi Zone, North Gondar Zone is to the north, and West Gojjam is to the east. Injibara, the administrative hub of Agew Awi, as well as Chagni, Agew Gimjabet, Tilili, Adis Kidame, Azena, Zigem, and Dangila are further settlements.
Agaw Awi’s altitudes range from 1,800 to 3,100 m above sea level, with an average altitude of roughly 2,300 m. It is topographically flat and productive. About nine perennial rivers that flow into the Abay (or Blue Nile) cross the Zone; other water features include the Zimbiri marsh, which is 5 km southwest of Addis Kidam and two crater lakes, Zengena and Tirba. Local forests include Goobi, which is on a dome-shaped hill next to Kessa, as well as Dukma and Apini, which are both on either side of the town of Kidamaja. This region is known as one of the most productive in the Amhara Region because the Agaw have historically used a land-management technique that is well suited to the local ecology to maintain soil fertility and reduce erosion.

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