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Ethiopian Health Organizations

A list of non-governmental, governmental, and academic organizations as well as bilateral, multilateral, and UN agencies that are actively engaged
in the health sector of Ethiopia is available here. Small NGOs, associations, civil society organizations, and community groups work with
communities to adapt activities that ensure effective health delivery. These organizations add significantly to the diversity of development and
adopt innovative and new approaches in the health area. Description of each organization’s intervention program areas/activities, research
focus, and resource links are available. Some international organizations have programs in Ethiopia, other Sub-Saharan Africa, Asia, and Latin
America and have more resources from these countries.

The Dire Dawa Administration Health Bureau oversees and coordinates health services in the city. It promotes residents' health through immunization, disease prevention, maternal and child health services, and health education programs. The Bureau ensures healthcare facilities are equipped to offer quality care and plays a vital role in enhancing the community's health and well-being.

 Government health organization / 12 views

Developing Families Together works to improve the health and well-being of families in Ethiopia. The organization provides a wide range of health services, including maternal and child health care, family planning, HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment, and nutrition support. The charity also works to empower families through education and training programs.

 Local NGO / 13 views

De La Salle Community Development works towards improving the lives of underprivileged communities by offering education, healthcare, and sustainable livelihood opportunities. They prioritize empowering marginalized groups, particularly children and youth, through educational programs and skills training. Additionally, the organization provides essential healthcare services and assistance to families in need, with a focus on promoting positive social change, sustainable development, and addressing the underlying issues of poverty and inequality in Ethiopia.

 Local NGO / 11 views

Dawn of Hope Ethiopia is dedicated to create a healthier and more prosperous future for the people of Ethiopia. With a focus on improving the health and well-being of marginalized communities, the charity offers a wide range of services including medical care, health education, and community outreach programs. The organization works to address a variety of health issues such as maternal and child health, infectious diseases, and access to healthcare in underserved areas.

 Local NGO / 11 views

CURE specializes in surgical and medical care for children with physical disabilities, specifically focusing on orthopedic conditions. It is part of the CURE International network that operates in developing countries to provide hope and healing to children with disabilities. The charity plays a crucial role in improving the well-being of children with physical disabilities, helping them lead healthy and fulfilling lives.

 International NGO / 11 views

Community Initiative Support Organization (CISO) is dedicated to providing comprehensive health services to underserved communities. The charity offers a range of programs and resources to promote wellness, prevention, and access to quality healthcare. CISO collaborates with stakeholders to provide medical and dental services, health education, mental health support, and access to affordable medications. CISO also advocates for healthcare policy changes to address disparities and improve health outcomes for all individuals.

 Local NGO / 11 views

CVM Comunità Volontari per il Mondo is working in Ethiopia to improve health outcomes in vulnerable communities. They focus on providing access to healthcare services, promoting preventive health practices, and training local healthcare providers. Their initiatives target areas such as maternal and child health, nutrition, and infectious disease prevention. Through their work, CVM aims to reduce health disparities and improve overall well-being in Ethiopia.

 International NGO / 10 views

CVDA is committed to sustainable development in rural communities, with a focus on education, health, food security, and livelihood improvement. Their holistic approach involves community participation and addressing root causes of poverty. Through transparent governance and strategic partnerships, CVDA endeavors to create lasting impact, promote social justice, and empower individuals for a better future in Ethiopia.

 Local NGO / 15 views

The Collaborative Research and Training Center for NTDs at Arba Minch University is committed to conducting problem-solving and demand-driven research, training, and consultancy services to produce a pool of experts and to generate clinching clinical evidence benefiting for policy formulation and designing standard programs in Ethiopia.

 Alliance/Coalition / 13 views

CHAI is dedicated to enhancing healthcare access Ethiopia. Through collaboration with stakeholders, including the government and healthcare providers, CHAI Ethiopia implements programs targeting health sector challenges, particularly in HIV/AIDS, malaria, maternal and child health, and access to essential medicines. Utilizing innovative strategies, the organization seeks to bolster healthcare systems, build capacity, and introduce sustainable solutions to enhance overall health outcomes for the population.

 International NGO / 12 views

The Children’s Heart Fund of Ethiopia is committed to providing life-saving heart surgeries for children in Ethiopia. The charity aims to support children suffering from congenital heart defects who would not be able to afford the necessary medical treatment otherwise. Through partnerships with hospitals and healthcare providers, the charity helps provide access to specialized care and surgeries, ultimately saving the lives of Ethiopian children in need.

 Local NGO / 10 views

CHADET is committed to enhancing the well-being and future opportunities of children in the country. Through education, healthcare, nutrition, and child welfare programs, the organization strives to support children's development. By collaborating with communities, government bodies, and other partners, the NGO seeks to generate lasting and positive effects on the lives of Ethiopian children.

 Local NGO / 9 views

CIRHT in Ethiopia focuses on improving reproductive healthcare through training, partnerships, and research. They aim to empower healthcare providers with the skills and knowledge needed to deliver high-quality care, with the goal of enhancing reproductive health outcomes both locally and internationally.

 International NGO / 12 views

CRS in Ethiopia provides a range of health services to communities in need. These services include access to basic healthcare, maternal and child health services, nutrition programs, and support for individuals living with HIV/AIDS. CRS works closely with local health authorities, community-based organizations, and other partners to strengthen the health system and improve access to quality healthcare for vulnerable populations.

 International NGO / 16 views

Canadian Physicians for Aid and Relief strives to improve the health and well-being of some of the most vulnerable populations in Ethiopia. Their programs in the country focus on improving maternal and child health, addressing water, sanitation and hygiene issues, and providing training and support for local healthcare workers.

 International NGO / 12 views

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