Ethiopian Midwives Association (EMwA) has been dealing professional related issues continuously with all concerned at all level. EMwA executive board members has made a thorough discussion with chapter representative who have attended the bi-annual review meeting in Adama last Saturday.
Dear all EMwA member midwives and all others, the association would like to inform you that FMOH has posted Job Evaluation and Grading (JEG) on its website for comments. The association has reviewed critically the JEG posted on the website and found to be re-evaluated and corrected before the approval and implementation.
Midwifery profession related challenges has been raised in different regions at different places in the country. Some of these challenges and issues are different in their nature and sometimes they are specific to some regions. Ethiopian Midwives Association (EMwA) has been dealing with FMOH, RHB, FMACA and other stakeholders so as to mitigate and get solutions. Since the depths of the challenges are different and some of them are policy related, they need time to get solutions
Research by King’s College London on eating disorders during pregnancy and parenthood has now been turned into practical training resources for midwives and other healthcare professionals.