Country Programmes - WHO Ethiopia

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WHO is working through four technical clusters to address the health challenges facing Ethiopia:

    Maternal, Child Health and Nutrition
    Health Systems and Services
    Diseases Prevention and Control
    Management Support

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WHO Regional Technical Support Teams in Ethiopia

 

Health topics

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A

Adolescent health

B

Blood safety

C

Cancer
Child health
Communicable diseases

D

Dengue
Dracunculiasis (guinea-worm disease)

E

Emergency and humanitarian action
Essential drugs and medicines

F

Family planning

G

Gender equity and Human rights

H

Health and environment
Health Promotion
Health systems and services
HIV/AIDS

I

Immunization
Integrated disease surveillance and     response

L

Leishmaniasis
Leprosy
Lymphatic filariasis 

M

Malaria
Maternal health
Maternal Death Surveillance and Response (MDSR)
Mental health and substance abuse

N

Neglected tropical diseases
Non-communicable diseases
Nutrition

O

Onchocerciasis

P

Polio
Pregnancy

R

Reproductive health

S

Safe motherhood
Schistosomiasis

T

Tobacco prevention
Tuberculosis

V

Vaccine Preventable Diseases
Violence and injury prevention

W

Water, Sanitation and Hygine (WASH)
Women’s health

Y

Yellow Fever

 

  

Ethiopia

This month's events

10-24 August 2015: Workshop and hands-on training on water treatment technology options efficacy performance evaluation to build capacity on advanced water quality testing. Addis Ababa
Contact: Waltaji Terfa; email: kutanew@who.int

11-13 August 2015: Training workshop on SSFFC medical products for 15 Anglophone African countries. Addis Ababa
Contact: Abraham Gebregiorgis; email: gebregiorgisa@who.int

17-21 August 2015: Global H4+ team visits Ethiopia for review meetings on the H4+/SIDA collaboration with Global H4+ team and H4+ country team, FMoH, SIDA, and other partners.
Contact: Dr Azmach Gebregiorgis; email: gebregiorgisaz@who.int

24-26 August 2015: Training on Guinea Work Eradication Program SOPs and visceral leishmaniasis case management to ARRA, NGOs and Gambella Hospital health workers supporting refugee camps. Gambella
Contact: Dr Abate Mulugeta; email: mulugetam@who.int