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Seven workshops held at the Nazareth, Gondar, Dilla, Alemaya, and Jimma campuses over the past three years produced or began working drafts of training modules on topics such as: Ephyi on 22 Oct A service provided by. Submit Content Share information through ReliefWeb to better inform humanitarians worldwide.
How to submit content. Additionally, 14 sets of lecture notes have been completed and 26 more are in development. It is laying a solid foundation with participating individuals clearly expressing their “ownership” of the process and products.
Thus, the basic training for health center teams given in the colleges has a direct and immediate impact on noyes modern primary health services throughout the country, even extending to villages and homes. Contact Us – Ask questions and suggest improvements. The underlying principle of EPHTI’s capacity-building strategy is that Ethiopians should play the primary role in meeting the country’s community health needs.
Eleven more modules are at various stages of development.
Lecture Notes – Ethiopia Public Health Training Initiative
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President Jimmy Carter and Prime Minister Meles Zenawi, who subsequently invited The Carter Center to assist in the development of new programs to train health center lectufe for the entire country.
A service provided by ReliefWeb has been the leading online source for reliable and lfcture humanitarian information on global crises and disasters since Because less than half of Ethiopia’s population has access to modern health services, the Government of Ethiopia GOE launched a major effort to expand primary health care services to under-served rural populations by establishing more than new health centers.
EPHTI objectives are accomplished through workshops, seminars, and conferences held on the various college campuses.
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To date, EPHTI has completed modules on malaria, diarrhea, pneumonia, and protein-energy malnutrition. RSS – Subscribe to information finely tuned to your needs. In the workshops, Ethiopian teaching teams analyze the essential tasks necessary to manage each health problem and construct training modules that include the necessary knowledge, attitudes, and skills necessary for health teams to carry out their roles in typical settings in rural Ethiopia.
ReliefWeb has been the leading online source for reliable and timely humanitarian information on global crises and disasters since The expansiveness of the GOE project has made it difficult to recruit experienced training staff, particularly for the four colleges located in rural areas. Learn more about ReliefWeb. levture
Health Programs: Ethiopia Public Health Training Initiative
News and Press Release Language: The Ethiopia Public Health Training Initiative is making significant contributions to capacity building in five higher education institutions. The first workshop in focused on developing plans for the first four years of what is expected to be a ten to twelve year project. In turn, the health center staff carry the responsibility of training and supervising all community health workers, including traditional birth attendants and community health agents.
To this end, EPHTI seeks to create environments in which senior international experts work side-by-side with Ethiopian teaching staff to train health center teams in-country and develop learning materials based on Ethiopian experience and directly relevant to Ethiopia’s health problems.
The topics for the modules and manuals strike a balance in addressing life threatening diseases, as well as longer-term health promotion and disease prevention activities. EPHTI will assist the college teams in revising and testing draft materials at the campuses between periodic workshops, prior to final publication for use in the field. Strengthening teaching capacities of the colleges’ Ethiopian teaching staff; and Collaborating with Ethiopians in developing curriculum materials specifically created to meet the learning needs of health center team personnel.