The United States Agency for International Development (USAID), the development arm of America’s Department of State has completed its seven-year-long strengthening of Human Resources for Healthcare projects in Ethiopia.
The Amhara Regional State inaugurated a brand new Oxygen Center in Bahir Dar on April 4, 2019, in the presence of a slew of delegates, including president Sahle-Work Zewde and Amir Aman (MD), the Minister of Health.
Life in the small village of CheffeDonsa, Ejere, in Oromia Regional State, is almost always calm and peaceful. That was until an accident with connection to many nations and lives changed its narrative forever.
Nazrawit Abera, the 27 year old Ethiopian citizen imprisoned in China and facing a possible death sentence over a drug offense is gaining the attention of leading and influential players within the Government of Ethiopia, as well as the international media.
The deadliest garbage dumpsite,Koshe landfill which has killed 200 residents already, has been rehabilitated in order to avoid imminent disaster and the possibilities of toxic gas explosions such as methane.
A planned meeting between the grieving families of flight ET 302 and the management of Ethiopian Airlines to contain the anger and disappointment that has brewed since the accident abruptly ended in commotion; and with a brief detention of one journalist from The Reporter inside Skylight Hotel,this morning.
The Africa Health Agenda International Conference, an initiative of AMREF Health Africa, one of the largest health-related conferences in the continent hosted its biennial gathering inside Kigali’s Convention Center inRwanda this week.
Launched in connection to the International Women's Day (March 8), the Global Health- GH 50/50 Report for 2019 found out that women face huge gender gaps in the social, political and economic frontiers.