Improving health systems and services to create healthier futures for Ethiopians.
Since 2007, PATH has collaborated with Ethiopia’s Federal Ministry of Health, community groups, and other partners to strengthen the country’s public health systems and address the most pressing health threats, including malaria, tuberculosis, and vaccine-preventable disease. We implement high-impact, evidence-based, sustainable programs to support those most at risk.
Promoting health equity
For more than a decade, PATH has worked with Ethiopia’s Federal Ministry of Health and regional health bureaus to enhance good governance and promote health equity for all Ethiopians. Together, we design policies that strengthen community-based child health programs, enhance immunization campaigns, and improve treatment for malaria and tuberculosis.
Digital tools, better health
PATH leverages digital tools to monitor health threats and deliver high-quality services to the people who need it most. We use a digital health information system to track health data, an app to conduct household epidemiological surveys, and we’re working to strengthen internet connectivity so more health facilities can use these tools.
Where we work
Our primary office is located in Addis Ababa.
Bole Medhaniyalem, MOENCO Road,
50 m to the right from main road/Dashen Bank MOENCO Branch
Street #03, 711 Bole
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
PO Box 493, Code 1110
Tirsit Grishaw Legesse, MSc
Country Director, Ethiopia
Senior Technical Advisor, HPV
Malaria Team Leader
Finance and Administration Manager