Who's to Blame for Ailing State of Ethiopia's Public Hospitals?
The government often prides itself for the significant improvement it registered mainly in the rural health sector, but a Ministry of Health report reveals that there are just 411 government health care centres with only 5,540 doctors who are thinly spread throughout the country, writes Addis Standard.
Addis Standard, 25 July 2017
"You have to apologize to the health professionals as we believe that you disrespected the professionals and the improvements made in the health sector," reads a letter written in… Read more »
Addis Fortune, 22 July 2017
Recently, the Ethiopian government's attention has been turned to universal and sustainable healthcare services with decentralised financing. The government has recognised… Read more »
Dagmawi Melnilik Hospital, which was later upgraded to a referral hospital, is the nation’s first hospital built in 1909.