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Study of health center effect on the health of selected Ethiopian communities
by Demonstration and Evaluation Project, U.S. Agency for International Development/Ethiopia in [Addis Ababa?]
Written in English
|Statement||authors, J. S. Prince ... [et al.] ; consultants, A. A. Buck, M. Tayback ; editor, V. P. Elder.|
|Contributions||Prince, Julius Samuel, 1911-, USAID/Ethiopia.|
|LC Classifications||RA771.7.E8 S78|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||105 p. in various pagings,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||105|
|LC Control Number||80453232|
Ethiopian government initiated the health extension program in to improve equity in access to preventive, promotive and selected curative health interventions through health extension program. However, the level of health extension service utilization is not known. Therefore, this study presents the level of health extension serviceCited by: 2. better systems, better health Background Prior to , Ethiopia was a centralized country with a unitary form of government. decisions were made at the center with little or no accountability to the needs of the communities. Ethiopia now is a federal country administratively divided into nine regional states and two city administrations.
Reviewing Ethiopia’s Health System Development JMAJ 52(4): –, Richard G. WAMAI*1 Table 1 shows the key country’s health related demographic and socio-economic indicators. Ethiopia is a democracy with a federal system of government comprising 9 regions and two administrative councils. These are further subdi-Cited by: The journal is an interdisciplinary journal dedicated to the study of all aspects of health and health care in which place or location matters.. Recent years have seen closer links evolving between medical geography, medical sociology, health policy, public health and epidemiology.
This study was conducted to assess prevalence of khat chewing practice, its associated factors and perceived health effects among communities in Dera woreda, Amhara region, Ethiopia Methods: Community-based cross-sectional study was conducted by using both quantitative and qualitative method of by: Study Session 1 Health Services in Ethiopia Introduction In this ﬁrst study session of the Health Management, Ethics and Research Module you will be able to learn about the current healthcare delivery system within Ethiopia, the historical development of Primary Health Care (PHC) and its application to the Ethiopian situation.
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Ethiopia Public Health Training Initiative Through a landmark partnership between The Carter Center and the government of Ethiopia, the nation has created a system to help address the devastating health challenges it faces by dramatically expanding access to health care, especially in rural areas.
4 Health research and the Ethiopian Science and Technology Commission (ESTC): Health Department As indicated above, the Ethiopian Science and Technology Commission was established by decree in Initially health research activities were supported. We investigated the effect of community based health insurance on catastrophic health expenditure in Northeast Ethiopia.
Methods A community based cross sectional study was conducted. health awareness, knowledge, and skills among community members, to improve the utilization of peripheral health services by bridging the gap between the communities and health facilities through HEWs and to promote healthy life style.
The objective of the current study is to evaluate the impact of the program on two maternal health. Community health workers are widely used to provide care for a broad range of health issues.
Since the government of Ethiopia has been deploying specially trained new cadres of community based health workers named health extension workers (HEWs). This initiative has been called the health extension program. Very few studies have investigated the role of these community health Cited by: Khat has amphetamine like effect.
Students chew khat to stay alert. It has various negative physical, mental, social and cognitive effects. Poor academic performance has been associated with khat. The purpose of this study was to determine the prevalence and identify factors associated with khat chewing among Ethiopian University students.
A cross sectional study was conducted on Bahir Cited by: National Data Management Center for Health (NDMC) conducted training for Ministry of Health (MoH) and the Ethiopian Public Health Institute (EPHI) staffs on Burden of disease.
The training held at EPHI’s Training center for three days starting from March /03/ “. READ MORE. InGhana began implementation of a National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) to minimize out-of-pocket expenditure at the point of use of service.
The implementation of the scheme was accompanied by increased access and use of health care services. Evidence suggests most health facilities are faced with management challenges in the delivery of services. The study aimed to assess the effect Cited by: 4. Women's Health and Life Events Study in Rural Ethiopia.
in Ethiopian Journal of Health Development 17(5) women were systematic ally selected for the study both from urban and ru ral.
Methods and Findings. Using data from cross-sectional surveys in December and December from a representative sample of communities (kebeles), we estimated the prevalence of maternal and newborn care practices, and a program intensity score in each with children aged 0 to 11 months reported care practices for their most recent pregnancy and by: The Health Extension Program (HEP), a leading vehicle developed by the government for achieving UHC at primary care level, makes basic services available at health posts (village level) and communities for the entire population.
Two female health extension workers (HEWs) areFile Size: 1MB. Research in the context of public health thus aims to provide all aspects of information necessary for planning and the effective implementation of a health system.
For all communities, whether affluent or poor, health research is the top priority. The research questions are formidable: how to join with policy makers and communities in assessingFile Size: KB. Background. Primary health care services are fundamental to improving health and health equity, particularly in the context of low and middle-income settings where resources are scarce , Community health workers are widely used in resource-limited settings to promote access to primary health care and improve health outcomes .During the past decade, Ethiopia undertook an ambitious Cited by: The Rapid Appraisal of Health Extension study was spon-sored by the L10K Project of John Snow International (JSI).
The study is based on qualitative data collected from four major regions: Oromia, Tigray, Amhara and Southern Na-tions, Nationalities and Peoples Region. The System Wide Effect of the Fund (SWEF) is a studyFile Size: 32KB. for Ethiopian health planners and care providers for designing control and prevention strategy among the study group; and can also used as a growing source of evidence for the control of hepatitis viruses.
MATERIALS AND METHODS Study Design and Area: A cross-sectional study was conducted at selected public health centers in Addis Ababa Ethiopia. sanitation, and health education and communication. A female cadre of salaried community health workers (CHWs) called health extension workers (HEWs) was introduced nationally.
HEWs are secondary school graduates and receive a 1-year training in basic health service delivery1. They are selected from the communitiesCited by: Measuring Eficiency of Public Health Centers in Ethiopia Primary hospital: A health facility within the PHCU that provides inpatient and ambulatory services this includes all services offered from health center as well as emergency surgical services, including Caesarean sections and blood transfusions.
To identify factors for healthcare utilization and to describe effect of Mutual Health Insurance on health service utilization in rural community in South Achefer, North West Ethiopia.
Across-sectional study was conducted. A total of households consented to participate in the study ( insured and uninsured households). Propensity score matching was used to explain possible Author: Hiwot Tilahun, Desta Debalkie Atnafu, Geta Asrade, Amare Minyihun, Yihun Mulugeta Alemu.
laws, NCIPC used a case study design to examine implementation efforts in two states. The evaluation examined stakeholder perceptions, barriers to implementation, and successes. In-depth interviews were conducted with a variety of stakeholders at different levels.
Background Improving newborn survival is essential if Ethiopia is to achieve Millennium Development Goal 4. The national Health Extension Program (HEP) includes community-based newborn survival interventions.
We report the effect of these interventions on changes in maternal and newborn health care practices between and in districts, comprising million people, or 16%.
Health Management, Ethics and Research Module: 1. Health Services in Ethiopia Study Session 1 Health Services in Ethiopia Introduction. In this first study session of the Health Management, Ethics and Research Module you will be able to learn about the current healthcare delivery system within Ethiopia, the historical development of Primary Health Care (PHC) and its application to the.Health extension workers in Ethiopia provide family planning, maternal and child health, and nutrition services in communities across the country.
Kibrewosen Worku/JSI Since the HIV/AIDS epidemic arrived in Ethiopia, attitudes toward the disease as well as the opportunities for treatment and a healthy life have changed dramatically.Our work in Ethiopia began back in when we introduced services to prevent mother-to-child transmission of HIV (called PMTCT).
We led the development of the first national PMTCT guidelines and worked with local partners to roll out innovative approaches like support groups and home-based services for mothers with HIV. We continue to work closely with the Ministry of Health.