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Minister of Health Tedros Adhanom (c), Dr. Damtew Dagoye (r) and USAID Ethiopia Mission Director Dennis Weller.
October 13, 2012

It’s a great pleasure and honor to be here to participate in the launch of a major new area of cooperation among the Federal and regional ministries of health, the Ministry of Education, training institutions and USAID to strengthen human resources for health.

Jhpiego, Ministry of Health, and USAID officials at the launch of the HRH program
October 13, 2012

Bahir Dar, Ethiopia - On October 13, 2012, USAID launched its new five-year Strengthening Human Resources for Health (HRH) project in Bahir Dar, capital of Amhara Region. Minister of Health Tedros Adhanom, State MInister of Health Kebede Worku, USAID Mission Director Dennis Weller, and HRH Project Director Dr. Damtew Dagoye engaged the audience of health and education officials from around the country.

USAID, American Bar Association and AAU officials join the authors of the new law books.
September 14, 2012

USAID has been very happy to partner with the American Bar Association and the Addis Ababa University Law School in the development and publication of five legal textbooks authored by Ethiopian legal experts. I am especially proud of this collaboration since this is the first set of textbooks to be revised in 40 years. This is a remarkable and commendable achievement.

USAID Deputy Mission Director Jason D. Fraser (right) delivers a newly published textbook to a law school representative
September 14, 2012

At a ceremony at the Addis Ababa University on September 14, 2012, USAID Ethiopia and its partners in the American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative celebrated  the publishing of five law textbooks developed in cooperation with faculty of  the law schools at Addis Ababa University (AAU) and Saint Mary's College.

USAID Mission Director Weller, State Minister of Agriculture Wondirad, US Chargee Molly Phee, and Deputy Mission Director Fraser
September 12, 2012

At the May 2012 G8 Summit chaired by U.S. President Barack Obama, industrialized countries, African leaders including Prime Minister Meles Zenawi, and private sector enterprises and corporations announced the New Alliance for Food Security and Nutrition (“New Alliance”) and endorsed Cooperation Frameworks in three initial countries, Ghana, Tanzania, and Ethiopia.


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