Connect with WHO Ethiopia




icon Ethiopia Partner Engagement for El Niño response [698 KB] 

icon WHO Support To Ethiopian Dracunculiasis Eradication Program_Jan 2016 [6.1MB] 

icon WHO Ethiopia EPI Newsletter, July 2015 [pdf: 1.4 MB]
icon ETHIOPIA Update sheet on Blood safey 2014
 [pdf: 391 KB] 
icon ETHIOPIA Update sheet on HIV/AIDS programme 2014 [pdf: 370 KB] 
icon ETHIOPIA Update sheet on TB/HIV strategic information 2014  [pdf: 242 KB] 
icon ETHIOPIA Update sheet on TB programme 2014  [pdf: 468 KB] 
icon ETHIOPIA Update sheet on Polio eradication programme 2014 [pdf: 488 KB] 
icon ETHIOPIA Update sheet on strengthening routine immunization 2014  [pdf: 710 KB] 
icon ETHIOPIA Update sheet on WHO - UNOPS polio outbreak response collaboration 2014 [pdf: 490 KB] 

WHO Ethiopia Country Office Booklet [pdf: 6.41 MB] 

WHO Ethiopia Country Office Booklet

WHO Ethiopia Nutrition Infographics [jpg: 103 KB]

WHO Ethiopia Nutrition Infographics

WHO Ethiopia Blood Safety Infographics [jpg: 74.4 KB]

WHO Ethiopia Blood Safety Infographics

 The impact of malaria control interventions in Ethiopia 2001-2011 [pdf: 4.04 MB]

 Annual Report 2011 [pdf: 1.59 MB]







Annual Report 2010 [pdf: 2.25 MB]

IHR (2005) - Country Profile 2010: Ethiopia [pdf: 162.93 kB]

Ethiopia Holds Consultative Meeting on the WHO Global Health Sector Strategy for HIV/AIDS: 2011–2015 [pdf: 246.15 kB]

Declaração de Adis Abeba sobre Saúde Communitária na Região Africana, Adis Abeba 20-22 Novembro 2006 [pdf: 1.64 MB]

Déclaration d'Addis Abéba sur la Santé Communautaire dans la Région Africaine, 20-22 Novembre 2006 [pdf: 2.77 MB]

The Addis Abeba Declaration on Community Health in the African Region, 20-22 November 2006 [pdf: 110.72 kB]

Malaria diagnosis and treatment guidelines for health workers in Ethiopia [pdf: 586.05 kB]
Malaria is a major public health problem in Ethiopia. It has been consistently reported as one of the three leading causes of morbidity and mortality in the past years. The magnitude of the problem in 2002/03 has even worsened and the disease has been reported as the first cause of morbidity and mortality accounting for 15.5% out-patient consultations, 20.4% admissions and 27.0% in-patient deaths (FMOH 2004)

Insecticide Treated Nets (ITNs): National strategic plan for going to scale with coverage and utilization in Ethiopia [pdf: 358.26 kB]
The malaria prevention and control strategy in Ethiopia includes early diagnosis and prompt treatment, selective vector control and epidemic prevention and control. The selective vector control strategy relies on the use of different vector control techniques applied in an integrated manner as suited to the local malaria transmission condition. Insecticide Treated Nets (ITNs) as one of the tools for personal protection and prevention of transmission have been shown to contribute to the reduction of malaria morbidity and mortality.

Ethiopia Country Health System Fact Sheet 2006 [pdf: 365.82 kB]

Country Cooperation Strategy

Country Cooperation Strategy at a glance: Ethiopia [pdf: 485.28 kB]

Ethiopia Country Cooperation Strategy 2008-2011 [pdf: 616.72 kB]

WHO Country Cooperation Strategy: Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia 2002-2005 [pdf: 136.36 kB]