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2. When was the war between Ethiopia and Eritrea, and what were the knock-on implications

  • 1989-2001: 10,000s were killed and less money could be spent on developing the country.
  • 2000-2002: 10,000s were killed and less money could be spent on developing the country.
  • 1998-2000: 10,000s were killed and less money could be spent on developing the country.
  • 1989-1998: 10,000s were killed and less money could be spent on developing the country.

3. What is the average life expectancy in Ethiopia?

  • 45 years, compared to UK 80 years
  • 70 years, compared to UK 80 years
  • 56 years, compared to UK 80 years.
  • 60 years, compared to UK 80 years

4. What was the adult literacy rate in 2010?

  • 30%
  • 33%
  • 21%
  • 37%

5. How many people contract malaria every year in Ethiopia?

  • 9 million- 10% of the population
  • 10 million- 10% of the population
  • 3 million- 10% of the population
  • 17 million- 10% of the population

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