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Tuesday, December 3, 2013

የሲዳማ ኣርነት ንቅናቄ ባለፈው ዓመት ነባር ኣመራሮችን በኣዳዲስ ኣመራሮች ተክተው ወደ ስራ መግባቱን ተከትለው የተሻለ ኣስራሪን በመከተል የሲዳማ ህዝብ መብት እና ጥቅም የምያስከብሩ ፖለቲካዊ ስራዎችን በማቀላጠፍ ላይ ሲሆን፤ በምቀጥለው ብሄራዊ ምርጫ በሲዳማ ኣሽናፊ የምያደርጉትን የፖለቲካ ፕሮግራሞችን በመቅረጽ ወደ ስራ መግባቱ ታውቋል።
የድርጅቱን የፖለቲካ ፕሮግራሞች ስፊው የሲዳማ ህዝብ በተሻለ መልኩ ለመገንዘብ በሚያስችለው መልኩ በመከለስ እና ሲዳማ በሰባት ዞኖች በመከፋፈል ለምርጫው ዝግጅት መጀመሩ ሲታወቅ፤ የገንዘብ እጥረት እንዳጋጠመው ተነግሯል።

ዝርዝር ዘገባው የሪፖርተራችን ጥቻ ወራና ነው ከሃዋሳ፤
Tini uurinsha umose galagalte jawaachishshe tantante wedellanna tamaarino amaraare doorite ka'u barri Arfaasa 15/03/2004 M.D. kawa lowo looso loosanni leellitanno. Hakkuno ,2005 M.D. qarqartote doorsha assini woyiite sidaamu daga raabe milli assite DEHIDENI anga mittu manni gatannokki deerinni/ kaadire gattukkinni/ kaajite heewisantanni keeshiteenna giirantino DEHIDENI kalaa Shifarri Shugguxehu albisanna daganke mito shite, mito loosunni hunte, mito seedanna harancho yanna usursiise, roore seekite waajishiishshe wolqate aleenni ikkino qarra tuggu woyite doorshu giddonni umonsa fushshite gawajjonsa gobbate gaangaawi Media iilishshe mannu mafite heewisamaano/ Human Rights/ egensiise koneeti yinannikki heewo assite Sidaamankeno wole dagara egensiise saino. Hakkunni kawa gidiidi structure loosanni keeshitino, yaano, haaro galtinote wodhdho, haaro poletiku prograame( albaanni noota lowore xawisannokkitanna yannate poletiku egenno noyikkita) soorate looso loonsanni keeshini gedensaanni xaphphoomu gambooshe/ Assembly/ woshshine maasiinsoonni.Tinne haaro qixeesiniti galtinote wodhdho Sidaamu daga lamala Zoonenni galtanno gede yitanno daafira hatenne aderejaajete wonshinanni hee'noonni. Zoonete komite dooranni, woradu komitta kaajinshanni, 2007 M.D. daanno dagoomu doorshira ikkito baala qixeesinanni heenoonni.

Zoonnate badooshshe
1- Cirrete worada
2-Bansi worada
3-Arooreesu worada ---------Sasunku mitte zooneeti.(Mereerima 1)
4-Arbagoona wored
5-Boona woreda
6-Bursa Woreda
7- Agereselaamete worada--------------------Shoolunku mitte zoone( Mereerima 2)
8-Daara woreda
9- Aleta wondo woreda
10- Aleta Cuukko woreda---------------Sasunku mitte zoone( Mereerima 3)
11-Wonsho woreda
12-Dale worada
13-Loka Abaaya woreda--------Sasunku mitte zoone(Mereerima 4)
14-Gorche woreda
15-Shebediino woreda
16- Borrichcha woreda--------Sasunku mitte zoone( Mereerima 5)
17-Malga woreda
18- Wondogenet woreda
19- Doore Baafanno worada----------Sasunku mitte zoone( Mereerima 6)
20- Hawaasi katama --------Mitte zoone (Mereerima 7)
-Zoonatte su'ma gaamonsa garinni daga gamba assine fushshinanni gede hasaanboonni.

Tenne giddo afa hasiisanno coyi SLM lowo geeshsha woxu kaa'lo diafirino. Hakko dargino hala'line loonsannita seekke ittisannoho. Qoleno Tophiyu mangisite poletiku gafa halashsha hooginotino SLM ra mitto qarraati. Konni garinni dodantanni leellitanno.

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Organic Ethiopian Sidama

Fero Cooperative


Clean, vibrant with notes of grapefruit & orange rind balanced with a sweet, round body & a pleasant berry finish.

Notes of Grapefruit, Berries & Flowers


Fair Trade Coffee Organic Ethiopia Sidama Roasting Chart


Altitude: 1900-2010 Meters
Varietals: Heirloom Varieties
Process: 36 hr wet ferment/overnight soak/raised bed drying
Region: Sidama, Southern Ethiopia

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About The Growers

The Fero washing station is located near Fero town in the Sidamo zone. The 3574 small farmers that produce this coffee are members of the Fero Cooperative and bring their cherries to this station after picking. Each farmer has about 2 hectares of land. Besides coffee they grow false banana and fruits such as mango, avocado, banana, pineapple and guava. Other trees that they grow on their land are the Acacia, Bibra and Sesa, which all provide shade for the coffee plants. After picking, the cherries are sorted and pulped in an Agared pulper. This machine has no demucilager. After that, the beans are fermented for about 36 to 48 hours in a water tank. All the water that is used comes from the local river. After washing the coffee, it is dried in its parchment on drying bed for about 10 days. Finally, the coffee is stored in the local warehouse before it is transported to Addis Ababa.

We've tasted coffee from many of these groups, but over time have zeroed in on the Fero Cooperative. Their coffee shines due to their particular locale, which is vaulted high in the mountains above the Rift Valley at nearly 2,000 meters. This impressive elevation causes the coffee cherries to mature slowly, developing a physically dense bean, filled with nuanced and complex flavors. We also love the fact that Fero uses washed processing: immediately after harvest, the pulp of the coffee cherry fruit is removed by milling. After that, the bean is fermented, washed and then dried on raised beds. Washed coffee results in a cleaner, brighter, more consistent coffee.

In a business that spans oceans and continents, relationships are important. This is our third year in a row working with the Fero Cooperative, and we couldn't be more excited by the commitment to quality we've seen with this group of dedicated farmers.