WHO Office Coordinator Says Gov't of Ethiopia Very Supportive with Dev't Partners Providing Health Services - ENA English
WHO Office Coordinator Says Gov't of Ethiopia Very Supportive with Dev't Partners Providing Health Services
Addis Ababa March 16/2023 /ENA/ The Government of Ethiopia is very supportive with development partners in providing health services to those in need, in addition to strengthening the humanitarian aid, the WHO Shire Sub Office (in Tigray Region) Coordinator Boniface Ambani told ENA.
“I should say the government is very, very supportive, because it is through the government that we have been able to get the donation because there's been high level advocacy by the government and also by the humanitarian agencies.”
He further stated that the signing agreement is contributing a lot in boosting support to people in need.
“We have already started even before. But, of course, this is a very big boost. I believe that after the signing of the peace agreement and the support that is coming in we are able to access as many health facilities as possible; and we are able to support the health delivery of health care services. We are also able to distribute all supplies to all the health facilities that are required to provide services,” Ambani said.
According to him, the organization is partnering with all its development partners to ensure that we get adequate supply.
He reaffirmed that with support from donors and development partners, WHO will continue to collaborate with the government in providing essential health care services for people in need of these services.
The coordinator reaffirmed that WHO, with support from donors and development partners, will continue to collaborate with the government in providing essential health care services for people in need of these services.
WHO has reportedly extended 70 metric tons of emergency medicine and other medical supplies targeted to reach about 1.2 million people to the Northern Ethiopia Emergency Response over the past two weeks.