Family is the main part of Ethiopians’ lives. It frames the premise of individuals’ encouraging groups of people, with family members frequently being commonly dependent on each other to address regular difficulties (see Collective Life and Community Belonging in Core Concepts). The significance of family ties implies that numerous Ethiopians feel a solid commitment to help kinfolk that may appear ‘indirectly’ related by Western guidelines. For instance, an Ethiopian individual living in an English-speaking Western nation may focus on sending cash back to more distant family individuals abroad over building their own investment funds. At times, whole networks can be reliant (straightforwardly or in a roundabout way) on the arrangements of a worker living abroad.
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