Haramaya University Hospital Health Center
Local Partner Director: Professor Augustin Sesay
Areas Served: Eastern Ethiopia including Dire Drwa, Harar, Jijga and nearby communities
Mission: To produce competitive graduates in diverse fields of study, undertake rigorous, problem solving and cutting-edge research, disseminate knowledge and technologies, and provide demand-driven and transformative community services.
In Ethiopia, there is a great need for medical services at the Haramaya University Hospital Health Center, which operates several hospitals and clinics in eastern Ethiopia, as well as a teaching hospital to train young men and women to become doctors. The focus of the hospital system is general medicine, however it also offers specialties that small clinics cannot.
The current need for the Haramaya University of Hospital Health Center system is more medicines, and more equipment and supplies to meet a growing demand in the country for healthcare services.
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