The Ethiopian Midwives Association is a legally registered, autonomous, and not-for-profit professional association established in 1992 and re-registered under the new civil society proclamation. Ethiopian Midwives Association (EMwA) operates in all regions of Ethiopia by using and works for the quality of midwifery education and care.
At a small health post in the village of Mirab, Ethiopia, a bright-eyed, chubby-cheeked infant named Bontu is placed on a scale. His mother looks on proudly as Aynalem, a Health Extension Worker who seems to take equal pride in Bontu's wellbeing, records his healthy measurements. Despite living in one of the most drought-prone and food insecure regions in Ethiopia, Bontu is growing into a healthy, well-nourished child.
The number of Ethiopians receiving medical services at health service delivery institutions has reached 75 percent over the past decade, reports Ethiopian News Agency. The Ethiopian Ministry revealed that the number of outpatients who received medical treatment before ten year ago has jumped from 20 million to 75 million at present.
Former South African president Nelson Mandela emphasized that, “Freedom cannot be achieved unless the women have been emancipated from all forms of oppression". But, to the contrary, it was so hard for women to come to stage and participate in the country's political, economic and social affairs in the previous regimes. Women were coerced to face both impositions.
Ethiopia is among the countries that has been making significant progress in the past decade, and continues to do so: with 156 hospitals and the objective to focus on the much needed skillset training of health workers, the country makes a perfect destination for healthcare related investments. After 4 successful editions in South-Africa, Zambia, Mozambique and Ghana, Noppen Group is hosting the 5th Annual Africa Hospital Expansion Summit in Addis Ababa. Source-http://africa.hospitalexpansionsummit.com/