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The conference this September will provide further opportunity to network and meet Ethiopian and US institutions of higher learning who share the same mission and vision.” — If You Go: P2P 9th annual Health Care and Medical Education conference September 23rd 2017 The Residence Inn, Pentagon City Arlington, Virginia Watch: 2015 People to People (P2P) Conference Award Ceremony — Join the conversation on Twitter and Facebook.VOA News Marthe Van Der Wolf ADDIS ABABA, ETHIOPIA — Ethiopia is launching medical services over the phone.Also, people in rural areas generally lack access to health care, and 84 percent of Ethiopians live in the rural parts of the country.— Related from VOA News: Ethiopia Introduces Mobile Banking Despite Fast Growth, Ethiopia Still Plagued by Poverty — Read more news at VOA.
The pressure on health services in Ethiopia is due to increase as the population – now at 85 million – continues growing rapidly.
Enawgaw added: “P2P has been promoting the concept of triangular partnership since its inception in 2009.
This model recognizes the pivotal role Diaspora Health Professionals can play in fostering partnerships between US and Ethiopian institutions of higher learning.
Tadias Magazine By Tadias Staff July 6th, 2017 New York (TADIAS) — The U.
S.-based non-profit organization for Ethiopian health care professionals in the Diaspora, People to People (P2P), announced that it will be hosting its 9th annual Health Care and Medical Education conference on September 23rd, 2017 at the Residence Inn, Pentagon City, just outside of Washington, D. “The central theme for this year will be ‘Cancer and Cancer Care,’ a topic you will agree, is gaining increasing importance in Ethiopia and beyond,” said Dr.