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Amin General Hospital inaugurates new project

Amin General Hospital, one of the pioneer hospitals in Ethiopia, has inaugurated its newly built hospital as part of its expansion project in the nation. The new facility is to accommodate its temporary rental site, which was located near the Ethiopian Airlines Airport cargo terminal area that is set to close at the end of the month.

Ethiopia’s cannabis potential valued at USD 10 billion

The African Regional Hemp & Cannabis Report, 2019 industry outlook, a study by New Frontier Data, a Washington based research institute, indicated that cannabis, which is a genus of flowering plants in the family of Cannabaceae, recognized for its use in medical or recreational purposes, potential in Ethiopia has a market potential of USD 9.8 billion, standing second in the continent only following Nigeria’s USD 15.3 billion industry.

USAID completes seven-year project

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.

Planed cannabis project facesbacklash

Reports of consultative the meeting between local communities in DembechaWoreda, West Gojam Zone of the Amhara Regional State, and investors who have said will open a Cannabis factory in the locality has created a massive backlash among the online community in Ethiopia.

Cure Ethiopia celebrates 10 years in treatment

The renowned Cure Children Hospital of Ethiopia marked its 10th year anniversary on Tuesday in the presence of President SahleworkZewde of Ethiopia and Trevor Rees-Jones, aTexan multi-billionaire oil tycoon who is also the founder of Rees Jones Foundation anda major donor to the hospital in ShiroMeda.

Ministry, Embassy negotiate the reopening of a once promising eye clinic

Two years after shutting down an India eye clinic, OIA Indian Eye Care Center, on a slew of complaints over negligence and questions on the qualifications of its Indian eye doctors, the Ministry of Health (MoH) and Zewditu Hospital is negotiating with the Embassy of India to transfer the center over to Zewditu, Zelalem Chemdesa (MD), managing director of the hospital confirmed to The Reporter.

Private educational institutions accused of violating directive

Despite an earlier directive which prohibited extension education programs in health and health related fields, the Higher Education Relevance and Quality Agency (HERQA) says a number of private health education institutions are still offering these disciplines in extension programs directly violating the directive.