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This work is unique in that it, for the first time, takes up urbanization and urban related issues in North-western part of Ethiopia, particularly in Benishangul-Gumuz Regional State.
Because, studies on urbanization and urban growth in Ethiopia are generally confined to major cities like Addis Ababa, Bahir Dar, Naziret and others ignoring the situation of smaller but still very important towns, mainly in the North-western Ethiopia.
Bullen town is such an urban area which has important historical, socioeconomic, political and institutional progresses and problems.
However, the town has been marginalized and has been out of the scope of several research works so far conducted in Ethiopia.
With this consideration, this project was aimed at assessing the historical development of the town, problems it faced and development options it has.
By doing so, the findings of this research work are expected to indicate major areas of the problems associated with its economic, social and institutional developments so that concerned bodies can seek for solutions that will help tackle those problems.
Moreover, scholars who are interested in conducting research in similar issues and area can easi
Guyu Ferede is an Ethiopian scholar, born in 1977 near Berber town in Benishangul-Gumuz Regional State.
He attended his pre-college education there.
He graduated from Addis Ababa University (AAU)and secured his BA and MA degrees from AAU.
He had been lecturing in Wollega University for the past three years.
Currently, he is a PhD candidate at AAU.
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