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The Ethiopian Public Health Association (EPHA) Advisory Council discussed varies issues (21 May 2011).


The meetings were called by the Ethiopian Public Health Association (EPHA) secretariat. The council held discussion on EPHA s ongoing activities, 22nd EPHA annual conference and EPHA's membership fee structure. 

At the meeting, a progress report on the 13th World Congress on Public Health, updates on World Federation of Public Health Association (WFPHA) and African Federation of Public Health Association was (AFPHA) presented. 

The Ethiopian Public Health Association (EPHA) signed a contractual agreement with the Fana Broadcasting Corporate Share Company (FBC) to produce and broadcast radio program on alcohol and substance abuse (24, February, 2011, AA)


On behalf of the Ethiopian public Health Association (EPHA) the contractual agreement was signed by Ato Hailegnaw Eshete, Executive Director of the Association and on the behalf of the Fana Broadcasting Corporate Share Company (FBC) - by Ato Woldu yemessel, chief Executive officer of the broadcast.

The company agreed to produce and broadcast radio programs which are part of the EPHA program strategy to raise awareness of the society on alcohol and substance abuse in relation to HIV/AIDS and influencing targeted institution and the general public to agree on the need for comprehensive legal and policy document.

The Ethiopian Public Health Association (EPHA) signed a contractual agreement with the Canadian Public Health Association (CPHA) to manage funds for the protection and control of tobacco in Ethiopia (11, January, 2011, AA)


On behalf of the Ethiopian public Health Association (EPHA) the contractual agreement was signed by Ato Hailegnaw Eshete, Executive Director of the Association and on the behalf of the Canadian Public Health Association (CPHA) - by Debra Lynkowski, chief Executive officer of the CPHA.

The Agreement planned to carry out activities that will increase the EPHA capacity to advocate for the implementation of Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC). EPHA will use the fund to advance the execution of article 8 of FCTC, protection from exposure to second hand tobacco smoke.

The Most Significant Change Monitoring and Evaluation (MSC) Technique is crucial to monitor and implement palliative care and economic Strengthening of Communities’ Response to HIV/AIDS (SCRHA) project residing in Ethiopia (7 March 2011, Adama)


The Ethiopian Public Health Association (EPHA) in collaboration with PATH Ethiopia is implementing the Most Significant Change (MSC) Monitoring and Evaluation Technique that is deemed to strengthen the monitoring and evaluation capacity of the National Implementing Partners (NIPs) and Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) who are working on Strengthening Communities’ Response to HIV/AIDS (SCRHA) project.
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