Assessing Accountability of Genocide of Amhara in Oromia, Ethiopia

 Aklog Birara (Dr) “People ‘killed like chickens’ as ethnic tensions continue in Africa’s second most populous country”                         PBS News Hour I had prayed hard and hoped that Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed will have the courage, wisdom, ethical and moral values, sense of humanity and

Ethiopia: Unlawful Media Board Members

The strengths and shortcomings of democracy in a given country are partly attributed to the actions of its scholars, activists, and public figures. These individuals, by their fresh new ideas and dissents, increase public awareness and influence the government to change or improve any

Health policy options that focus on efforts to maximize the positive and minimize the negative impact of decentralized health system governance

Yohannes Mekuria   Department of Medicine, Adama General Hospital and Medical College INTRODUCTION Decentralization is the transfer of authority or the distribution of public planning, management, and decision-making from the national to sub-national levels(1). The concept “decentralization” refers to a wide range of power transfer structures and accountability mechanisms. Policies range from transferring limited powers to lower management levels within current health management structures and financial methods to massive sectoral reform attempts that reorganize even the most basic services(2–4). Decentralization is the process of reorganizing power so that institutions of government at the national, regional, and local levels share responsibility