Metrics details. Breastfeeding is one of the components of Primary Health Care in Ethiopia. In Ethiopia a wide range of harmful infant feeding practices has been documented despite the implementation of infant and young child feeding guidelines. A community-based cross-sectional study was carried out in Arba Minch Zuria from January to February, Quantitative data were collected from a sample of respondents supplemented by qualitative data generated using in-depth interviews of 10 key informants. A multivariate logistic regression analysis was used to identify the predictors of delayed initiation of breastfeeding practices.
URBAN PLANNING & LAND MANAGEMENT CHALLENGES IN EMERGING TOWNS OF ETHIOPIA: THE CASE OF ARBA MINCH
It has a bed capacity for patients. The first medical doctor of the hospital was the Icelandic national called Dr Johannes Olafsson, who worked in Ethiopia from to In the mission helped in the establishment of intravenous fluid production centre. Arba Minch General Hospital is the only hospital serving a population of , people per year in Gamo and other nearby zones. The hospital has over beds 7,11 with a total of workers. Among these, are health professionals, and are administrative staffs. The hospital provides preventive, curative and rehabilitative services for Gamo and nearby zones.
Metrics details. Long acting and permanent contraceptive methods by far are the most effective, very safe and convenient methods than short acting contraceptive methods. Therefore the aim of this study was to identify determinants of long acting contraceptive method utilization among HIV positive reproductive age women.
Fecundity is a physiological ability to have children. The inability to get the desired child which was commonly caused by the prolonged time to conceive due to unwanted non-conception period increased from time to time. As a result, many couples are developing psychological, social, and economic problems and unstable life. However, information on fecundity status is limited in Ethiopia context. Therefore, this study aimed to assess the proportion of sub-fecundity and associated factors in Ethiopia context.