Ethiopia

As the United Nations wraps up its 75th General Assembly this year—under the theme “the future we want,” we’re thinking about the future we want. The collective vision that guided the creation of NHWA was the aspiration that all countries’ would take a multi-sectoral...

In one of the first studies to globally measure the social returns of a community health program, HRH2030 has found that Ethiopia’s community-based health extension program has yielded a return of between $1.54 and $3.26 for every dollar invested, indicating that the HEP’s economic...

Community health workers play a pivotal role in many health systems by providing an essential link between people and health services. Ethiopia has formalized the role of community health workers and created an innovative community-based health extension program (HEP) to improve access to health...

Lessons from Ethiopia, Indonesia, and the Philippines on implementing National Health Workforce Accounts December 12, 2019 | 9:00 to 10:30 a.m. EST Ensuring the availability of a well-prepared workforce that meets client needs is integral for reaching health for all. But how do countries keep track...

Tanzania decided to proactively organize the simulation as part of a One Health approach to evaluate emergency preparedness by testing the functionality and readiness of existing outbreak protocols. So, how can development practitioners assist countries to create comprehensive emergency preparedness plans?...