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Eritrea: Repression without borders

Amnesty International, (2019)

Threats to human rights defenders abroad. The Amnesty International report highlights “the routine and widespread use of harassment and threats by the Eritrean government and its supporters against Eritrean human rights defenders,” noting that despite the end of war with neighboring Ethiopia, the “country is still quite sealed off and the degree of political and civil freedom very limited,” with frequent torture and arbitrary arrests.

Moving towards universal health coverage for mental disorders in Ethiopia

C. Hanlon, A. Alem, C. Lund, et al., (2019)

Int J Ment Health Syst. 2019 Feb 25;13:11. doi: 10.1186/s13033-019-0268-9. eCollection 2019.

Recognition of depression by primary care clinicians in rural Ethiopia

Abebaw Fekadu, Girmay Medhin, Medhin Selamu, et al., (2017)

BMC Family Practice (2017) 18:56 DOI 10.1186/s12875-017-0628

Multidimensional Child Deprivation in Ethiopia - First National Estimates

UN Children's Fund UNICEF Ethiopia and Central Statistical Agency , (2019)

The report studied child poverty in nine dimensions – development/stunting, nutrition, health, water, sanitation, and housing. Other dimensions included education, health related knowledge, and information and participation. An estimated 36 million of a total population of 41 million children under the age of 18 in Ethiopia are multi-dimensionally poor, meaning they are deprived of basic goods and services in at least three dimensions

Antimicrobial resistance surveillance in Ethiopia: Implementation experiences and lessons learned

Rajiha A. Ibrahim, Amete M. Teshal, Surafel F. Dinku, et al., (2018)

African Journal of Laboratory Medicine | Vol 7, No 2 | a770 | 06 December 2018

Achieving quality universal health coverage through better water, sanitation and hygiene services in health care facilities: A focus on Ethiopia

World Health Organization (WHO), (2017)

A two-week mission was conducted by WASH and quality UHC technical experts from WHO headquarters and supported by the WHO Ethiopia Country Office (WASH and health systems teams) in July 2016, to understand how change in WASH services and quality improvements have been implemented in Ethiopia at national, sub-national and facility levels; to document existing activities; and through the “joint lens” of quality UHC and WASH, to identify and seek to address key bottlenecks in specific areas including leadership, policy/financing, monitoring and evaluation, evidence application and facility improvements. Ethiopia has implemented a number of innovative and successful interventions.

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