what we did

Climate and Health

CLIMATE AND HEALTH The information exchange and the level of climate information usage for health programs were not encouraging in our country. To fill this gap, HDAMA has initiated “Climate and Health Working Group” under the chairmanship of FMoH, Vice Chair National and national organization as members. Even though it is a recently established working …

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construction Youth Center In collaboration with Partners in the Horn of Africa, CCRDA and Help a Life Foundation, we have constructed youth centers and hostel to support orphan and vulnerable children through income generating activities. These centers are equipped with indoor and outdoor games, library and cafeteria. youths around these centers conduct youth dialogues on …

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bridge construction

Bridge Construction Due to flooding of rivers many of the countryside community in Dembecha, D/Elias and Machakel Woredas were in huge problem, patients were dying untreated, pregnant women could not get care from the health facilities, students and families who went for shopping were forced to stay days away from their family. Thus Community representative …

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leishmaniasis HDAMA ON LEISHMANIASISLeishmaniasis is endemic in the arid south‐west and the Humera & Metema lowlands in thenorth‐west and Libo Kemkem & Fogera districts of Amhara regional state since the 2005outbreak in Ethiopia. CL is confined mainly to the highlands, although occasional cases haveoccurred in the Omo Valley, and transmission is currently thought to be …

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guinea worm

guinea worm HDAMA ON GUNEA WORKAs part of its continued commitment, HDAMA has entered into agreement with WHO to deepen theeradication efforts in collaboration with SNNPR and Gambella Regional Health Bureaus toimplement a project entitled "Contributing in the Eradication Initiative of Guinea Wormthrough Integrated Community Mobilization and Capacity Building” starting from July 25,2012 for a …

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