About tenbnaeo zon
Kembata Tembaro is a breadth in the Ethiopian Southern Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples' Region (SNNPR). It was aforetime accepted as Kembata, Alaba and Tembaro, until Alaba became a appropriate woreda in 2002. This breadth is called afterwards the subgroups of the Kambaata and Tembaro people.
The breadth is belted on the south by Wolayita, on the southwest by Dawro, on the northwest by Hadiya, on the arctic by Gurage, on the east by the Alaba appropriate woreda, and on the southeast by an breadth of the Hadiya Zone. The authoritative centermost is Durame; added important towns cover Shinshicho. Added bounded landmarks cover the three mountains of Ambaricho, Kataa, and Datoo, and the hot springs at Motokoma. The longest river in the breadth is the Lagabora which in Kambaata agency the "river of Bora".
Kembata Tembaro has 217 kilometers of all-weather anchorage and 140 kilometers of dry-weather roads, for an boilerplate alley body of 249 kilometers per 1000 aboveboard kilometers. The Central Statistical Agency (CSA) appear that 8,364 bags of coffee were produced in Gurage, Hadiya and Kembata Tembaro in the year catastrophe in 2005, based on analysis annal from the Ethiopian Coffee and Tea authority. This represents 8.33% of the SNNPR's achievement and 3.36% of Ethiopia's absolute output.