Equatorial Guinnea Road, Near Lem hotel , Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
8:30AM - 5:30PM
EMwA implementing a project on Humanitarian Response in Tigray, Afar, Amhara, and Benishangul Gumuz regions with the financial support of UNFPA to increase access to sexual and reproductive health and rights, ending preventable death of mothers, newborns and children under five years of age.
Health Workforce Improvement Program (HWIP) is a USAID-funded project implemented by a Jhpiego-led consortium including Management Sciences for Health (MSH), AMREF Health Africa, Ethiopian Midwives Association (EMwA), Ethiopia Association of Anesthetists (EAA), Ethiopian Medical Association (EMA), and Ethiopian Nurses Association (ENA).
The project implemented EMwA in collaboration with Health[e]Foundation, Viamo and four collaborating HEI (Addis Abeba University, Debre Birhan University, Jimma University and Wolkite University) with the aim to strengthen the capacity of Ethiopian midwives enabling them to continue to safely perform their core tasks of providing family planning, antenatal and postnatal care (ANC & PNC) in the midst of a pandemic.
USAID Transform: Primary Health Care is a USAID-funded health project implemented by Pathfinder with a consortium of JSI , Abt, EnCompass, and EMwA. The USAID Transform primary health Care project activities are implemented in four transform regions mainly Oromia, Amhara, SNNPR and Tigray regions.
A mixed-method study will be employed in four universities of Ethiopia. A cluster-randomized trial supplemented with a qualitative design will be implemented. Participants’ cesarean section competency will be assessed using the Objective Structured Assessment of Technical Skills tool after validation. For the qualitative part, clinical midwifery trainees, educators, and relevant stakeholders will be interviewed to explore the feasibility and acceptability of simulation-based education.
Ethiopian Midwives Association (EMwA) in collaboration with Health[e]Foundation, Addis Ababa University, Debre-birhan and Gonder university and Minilik HSC implementing the project on Midwife students as advocates for SRHR in the university to empower women to enter and stay in the educational system using blended e-learning and outreach to adolescents.