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a. Who in the Ethiopian society has the most difficult time dealing with scarcity? b. What do they need most? c. How can their society provide for their wants and needs? d. Why are they so impoverished? e. What can their governments do to help, or hinder their country's development? f. Could Ethiopia become a world-class producer and exporter of goods? How would Ethiopia compare with Japan? Japan is a country relatively POOR in natural resources, yet it is an economic world powerhouse. What are the differences between the two countries? Hello Class, This week’s discussion is on Ethiopia, where more than 62 million Ethiopians suffer from clean water sources and safe sanitation practices. Rural areas of Ethiopia have the most difficult time with scarcity. Woman and children have to journey 3 or more hours to find a clean water source (water.org). With many droughts that hit the dry lands of Ethiopia, water is a scarce commodity to come by. Sharing the clean water sources with animals is still not clean water free from

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