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JOB OPPORTUNITY
AMERICAN EMBASSY
ADDIS ABABA, ETHIOPIA

The US Embassy Addis Ababa, Human Resource Office is pleased to announce that we no longer accept paper applications for advertised jobs. To view a current list of all available positions and to apply online, please visit https://et.usembassy.gov/embassy/jobs/
Please see the below Vacancy announcement on the Embassy Website and apply online.

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: Addis-2020-033 (RA)


POSITION: Public Health Administrative Specialist /Senior Statistician

OPENING DATE: September 21, 2020
CLOSING DATE: October 5, 2020

WORK HOURS: Full-time (40 hours/week)

SALARY: Ordinarily Resident (OR): Position Grade: FSN-11, – 22,927.00 USD per year.
Not Ordinarily Resident: FP-04
*Final grade/step for NORs will be determined by Washington.

As part of the second green legacy campaign, members of the Ethiopian Civil Society Organizations Forum (ECSF) and IDPs have planted 2,000 seedlings at Mojjo town on 22 July 2020.

 

 

The Ethiopian Civil Society Organizations Forum (ECSF) has delivered 50,000 surgical face masks to all 98 health centers found in Addis Ababa on 30 July 2020.

 

 

The Ethiopian Public Health Association (EPHA) During COVID-19 Pandemic

By Tesfaye Bulto MD, MPH
Former President of EPHA

Ethiopia’s response to WHO’s announcement of COVID-19 pandemic could be considered reasonably fast and politically supported. Early on, the control strategy adopted has been focused on detecting imported cases mainly at the Airports and isolation of cases, contact tracing and instituting quarantine measures.

Nation-wide state of emergency is declared and preventive measures are communicated to the public mainly through media, focused on social distancing, use of face mask and hygiene. The intention has been to prevent community transmission. But now we are witnessing an uncontrolled situation as infected persons could come into the country through a number of border towns.

It has taken some time to establish testing laboratories within the country in the beginning. Presently the number of people tested daily has gradually increased and the daily case report shows an escalating trend particularly in Addis Ababa. Hereafter it is particularly worrisome that the spread of this highly infectious virus to rural population, with limited health service capacity and accesses, is inevitable.

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