A framework for mHealth in Ethiopia developed in 2011 suggested mobile health interventions can be used to address the needs for communication, referral, training and education, supply chain management, data […]
Currently, supervision of routine immunization is being done by the regional and Woreda (District) health officers and mainly focuses on data collection rather than supporting the health workers skills and knowledge.
Ethiopia is demonstrating that lowering under-five mortality is possible in low-income counties. This goal was achieved through a combination of factors including policy changes, technological advancements […]
Child mortality and maternal health are long standing challenges in Developing Country contexts. WHO reports that “6.3 million children under the age of five died in 2013” and “99% of all maternal deaths occur in […]