'''Raduga''' ({{lang-ru|Радуга|link=no}}:'rainbow') can refer to :

* [[MKB Raduga]], a Russian maker of missile systems formerly known as OKB Raduga
* [[VBK-Raduga]], an uncrewed reentry capsule used to return material from the Russian Mir space station
* [[Raduga (satellite)]], a series of Russian communications satellites
* [[Raduga Publishers]], a publishing house of the [[Soviet Union]]
* [[Rainbow (1944 film)|''Rainbow'' (1944 film)]], a 1944 film directed by Mark Donskoy
* [[Raduga (radio)]], a Russian-language music radio station in Lithuania
* [[Raduga (nuclear test)]] a Soviet nuclear test

{{short description|Former district in Oromia Region, Ethiopia}}
'''Jimma Gidami''' was a [[Districts of Ethiopia|woreda]] in [[Oromia Region]], [[Ethiopia]]. Part of the [[Mirab Welega Zone|Mirab (West) Welega Zone]], Jimma Gidami was bordered on the south by [[Anfillo (woreda)|Anfillo]], on the west by [[South Sudan]], on the northwest by the [[Benishangul-Gumuz Region]], on the north by [[Begi, Oromia (woreda)|Begi]], on the east by [[Gawo Dale]], and on the east by [[Hawa Welele]]. Towns in Jimma Gidami included [[Gidami]] and [[Nunu Kumba]]. It was separated for [[Gidami (woreda)|Gidami]] and [[Jimma Horo, Kelem Welega|Jimma Horo]] woredas.

Landmarks included [[Jubal Gimi]], a mountain in the western part of Jimma Gidami. [[Coffee]] was an important cash crop of this woreda. Over 50 square kilometers were planted with this crop.<ref>[https://web.archive.org/web/20160815124929/http://www.oromiacoffeeunion.org/production.htm "Coffee Production"] Oromia Coffee Cooperative Union website</ref>

== Demographics ==
Based on figures published by the [[Central Statistical Agency (Ethiopia)|Central Statistical Agency]] in 2005, this woreda has an estimated total population of 124,530, of whom 62,616 are men and 61,914 are women; 7,041 or 5.65% of its population are urban dwellers, which is less than the Zone average of 10.9%. With an estimated area of 3,412.50 square kilometers, Jimma Gidami has an estimated population density of 36.5 people per square kilometer, which is less than the Zone average of 91.7.<ref>[http://www.csa.gov.et/text_files/2005_national_statistics.htm CSA 2005 National Statistics] {{webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20061123121716/http://www.csa.gov.et/text_files/2005_national_statistics.htm |date=2006-11-23 }}, Tables B.3 and B.4</ref>

The 1994 national census reported a total population for this woreda of 89,446 in 16,197 households, of whom 44,667 were men and 44,779 were women; 3,934 or 4.4% of its population were urban dwellers. The largest ethnic group reported in Jimma Gidami was the [[Oromo people|Oromo]] (98.9%). [[Oromo language|Oromiffa]] was spoken as a first language by 99.25%, and 1.69% spoke [[Amharic language|Amharic]]; the remaining 0.22% spoke all other primary languages reported. The majority of the inhabitants observed [[Ethiopian Orthodox Christianity]], with 70.89% reporting that as their religion, while 14.99% were [[Islam in Ethiopia|Muslim]], and 13.6% [[P'ent'ay|Protestant]].<ref>[http://www.csa.gov.et/surveys/Population%20and%20Housing%20Census%201994/survey0/data/docs%5Creport%5CStatistical_Report%5Ck04%5Ck04_partI.pdf ''1994 Population and Housing Census of Ethiopia: Results for Oromia Region'', Vol. 1, part 1] {{webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20091115040247/http://www.csa.gov.et/surveys/Population%20and%20Housing%20Census%201994/survey0/data/docs%5Creport%5CStatistical_Report%5Ck04%5Ck04_partI.pdf |date=2009-11-15 }}, Tables 2.1, 2.12, 2.16, 2.20, Annex II.2 (accessed 9 April 2009)</ref>

== Notes ==


[[Category:Districts of Oromia Region]]