Ethiopia 2014

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  • Why USAID Is Shifting Maternal Health Funds Toward Africa, Asia

    The US Agency for International Development announced today that 26 countries have done so well at achieving maternal and child health goals that they’re now on their own. Their funding will instead go to 24 countries where mothers and children are still dying at alarming rates. The 

  • Ethiopia’s Adare Hospital

    {image-1} I've been in Ethiopia for almost two weeks now, and this trip has reminded me that I experience something very specific when I visit Africa. I feel more alive here, more able to breathe and absorb what’s happening around me. Every thing is heightened; interactions more

  • Health Care Workers Are Making a Difference for Ethiopian Newborns

    {image-1} Photo caption: Catching a ride with Mom at Marie Stopes Clinic in Addis Ababa. Photo credit: Elizabeth Atalay. ONE Mom Elizabeth Atalay is in Ethiopia as a International Reporting Project Fellow on a New Media Fellowship to report on newborn health. Follow her journey on Twitter with hashtag #EthiopiaNewborns.

  • Meet the New Media Fellows Traveling to Ethiopia

    IRP's new media fellows will focus on Ethiopia's efforts to prevent newborn deaths, as well as provide an overview of maternal and child health, immunizations, nutrition, communicable diseases, and health care provision, among other topics. {image-1} The nine new media journalists selected for the Ethiopia trip are: •

  • Apply for New Media Trip on Newborn Health in Ethiopia by MIDNIGHT Tonight

    The International Reporting Project (IRP) is pleased to announce a new media reporting trip to Ethiopia on June 14-27, 2014. Applications are now being accepted. This group trip is open only to applications from new media journalists, including media professionals, bloggers, influential social media practitioners, and freelance contributors, who are citizens

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