Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.

Having good health is directly related to leading a productive life. The functionality of the body is interconnected between various organs. Keeping the organs healthy is essential for proper functioning. As health is the state of physical, mental and social well-being, having good health is important.

Ethiopia is currently affected by a variety of diseases with a sharp increase in communicable infections.

Numerous Ethiopians experience high morbidity and mortality mainly credited to potentially preventable infectious diseases and nutritional deficiencies.

The Health Sector Development Plan aims to form a health system, which provides all-inclusive and incorporated primary care services, mostly based at community level health facilities.

The HSDP will target common nutritional disorders, environmental health and hygiene, communicable and non-communicable disease prevention and control, reproductive health care, maternal and child health, control of basic infectious diseases like upper respiratory tract infections and immunizations and the treatment.

ASDEPO is implementing emergency health program in different regions of Ethiopia. ASDEPO aims to see each child and mother have access to primary health care and MISP. In the current situation when there is large number of IDPs due to conflicts and other natural disaster provision of emergency health program become the first need of the community. We are implementing mobile health and nutrition services for community who lost access to primary health care in different regions of Ethiopia. We are working on

  • Provision of life saving primary health care services through MHNT and health care and SRH services for boys, girls, women & men in conflict affected area of Tigray and Benshangul Gumuz region.
  • Provision of comprehensive sexual and reproductive health service in Hinatalo, Wejerat, Seharti gijet, Adwa rural, Ahferom, Hahyle, Enbatsahma, Embaseneyti, Maykinetal, Naeder, Adet, and Chila woredas of South East & central zone of Tigray region with the objective of providing sexual reproductive health services and delivering the Minimal Initial Service Package (MISP) to provide crucial, lifesaving SRH services to IDPs and host communities of women and girls in need.
  • Support to Health Facilities and IDP Camps s at E/Alaje, Bora and Selawa woredas Southern Zone, Tigray Regional State.
  • Provision of Emergency Primary Health Care to IDPs of Conflict-Affected Persons in Kamashi, Sedal, Mizigan and Shekole woredas of Kamashi and Assosa Zones of Benishangul Gumuz Regional State