Research findings from Ethiopia

  • S. Getachew, E. Ali, K. Tayler-Smith, B. Hedt-Gauthier, W. Silkondez, D. Abebe, W. Deressa, F. Enquessilase, J. K. Edwards; (2016); The burden of road traffic injuries in an emergency department in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.Full PDF
  • Dr. Wakgari Deressa, Tigist Addis, Tseganeh Demissie, Andenet Haile, Wahid Manaye; (2015); Formative Behavior Change Communication (BCC) Assessment Report. Full PDF
  • Dr. Seblewengel Lemma, Mr. Honelign Nahusenay, Dr. Gudina Egata, Dr. Mezgebu Yitayal, Ms. Dagmawit Tewahido; (2015); Analysis of the Core Functions, Issues, and Challenges of Human Resource Management for Urban Health Extension Professionals. Full PDF
  • Dr. Abera Kumie, Dr. Mamo Wubshet, Dr. Takele Tadesse, Mr. Walelegn Worku, Mr. Sileshi Taye, Ms. Dagmawit Tewahido; (2015); Situational Analysis of Urban Sanitation and Waste Management “The Structural, Socio-Economic, Institutional, Organizational, Environmental, Behavioral, Cultural, Socio-Demographic Dimensions.Full PDF

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Community Programs and Outreach

The Center’s partners range from schools, homeless shelters, senior centers, faith-based communities and other broad-based efforts that recognize neighborhood economic, social and physical environments as underlying determinants of health and disease. Further, the Center undertakes more extensive assessments in partnership with community-based organizations to create programs that reflect community need, voice and culture.

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Building Bridges Between CUHD-E and the Community

The Center for Urban Health Development-Ethiopia (CUHD-E):

  • Serves as a bridge between Center for Urban Health Development-Ethiopia (CUHD-E), facilitation understanding and information sharing so as to improve health outcomes
  • Facilitates collaborations between Center for Urban Health Development-Ethiopia (CUHD-E) around research, community projects, program planning/implementation and evaluation.
  • Improves the understandings of Center for Urban Health Development-Ethiopia (CUHD-E) as they relate to the health needs and aspirations of the community; and at the same time, to improve the understandings of the community as to the work that Center for Urban Health Development-Ethiopia (CUHD-E) does that has the promise of improving the health and well-being of the community
  • Strengthens the capacity of the Addis Ababa neighborhoods by bringing the knowledge and skills available through CUHD-E to the needs and issues identified by the community
  • Strengthens the academic offerings and opportunities within CUHD-E as they relate to urban health and development
  • Initiates and monitors sustainable, collaborative interventions that will improve the health and well-being of Addis Ababa neighborhoods

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