Engera has been operating for years in the Gurage region of Ethiopia. On top of direct intervention and training of local staff, Engera manages and supports 7 health facilities with the aim of offering healthcare assistance to a population of over 200,000 people.
These are the 4 pillars of our Activies:
Maternal and child health is our core focus, but our action extends far beyond. Engera supports the local Ethiopian staff across various rural health structures, which are often the only reference in the remote context we operate
Training of nurses, midwives and other professional figures through specific training and re-training projects during the missions and the subsidization of study paths of local staff to invest in their long-term sustainability
The health and well-being of an individual depend on many factors that go well beyond the health sector in the strict sense. School in such a young population plays a fundamental role. Engera invests in numerous educational projects aimed at the growth of young people in the villages where we operate
We work to restore and expand the health facilities that already exist in the villages of this region, we invest in new infrastructures by helping through engineering where medicine does not suffice, for example in the construction of wells for the supply of clean water.
The Zizencho clinic reported that in the last weeks of the year the water well destined for the clinic, school and staff ran out. The water is currently supplied by the village well, also donated by ENGERA a few years ago, but the situation is obviously critical. At ENGERA we
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