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Over the past several years ABH had the opportunity to provide its services to several national and international developmental organizations in the areas of research, implementation of programs, training and training materials development. ABH has provided its services many organizations and to mention the few; UNICEF, WFP, WHO, USAID, Jhpiego, JHU TSEHAI, Johns Hopkins University, PSI Ethiopia, Abt Associates and AED- FANTA II. All the works were done in collaboration with the FMOH of Ethiopia and regional health bureaus.Click the the Icons below to see the details.

 

Recent Projects

Mid-Term Evaluation – General Logistics Support
ABH was involved in recruiting and managing local consultants and providing logistics services during field data collection

Training material preparation and cascading of woreda level training on Commodity Management Procedure Manual for the Food Management Improvement Program in Ethiopia Nov 2014 to Feb 2015
ABH was responsible for preparing training materials, piloting, conducting TOT and monitoring of the rollout of training to more than 1000 field staff in 9 regions of Ethiopia

National Family Planning Commodity Outlet Survey April – August 2015
ABH was responsible for the entire data collection from 120 woredas in Amhara, Oromia, SNNP regions and Addis Ababa City Administration

Mid-term evaluation of USAID supported Malaria Laboratory Diagnosis and Management Program in Ethiopia August 2015 – ongoing
ABH is responsible for management of the data collection starting from tool refinement, pretesting, recruitment of researchers and research assistants and training of data collectors and managing the field operation.

Baseline Study – MasterCard Foundation Scholars Program – Learning Partner January – March 2015
This was a cross sectional facility based quantitative data collection and ABH was responsible for management of the data collection starting from tool refinement, pretesting, recruitment and training of data collectors and field operation.

Analysis of Areas of Greatest Impact for Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn and Child health (RMNCH) July 2015– ongoing ABH is responsible for the design and conduct of the research

We are Expert in

Research in health and social science fields
90%
Project/Program Implementation
72%
short and long term in-service and pre-service trainings
80%
Organization of Events
94%
Training Material Development
94%

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