He has cured 1,200 fistula patients, according to Hamlin Fistula Ethiopia.
In the first 10 months of the current year alone, 1,200 fistula patients have been cured.
For more than 60 years, the Hamlin Fistula Ethiopian Medical Center has received 3,000 and more patients a year.
Tesfaye Mamo, executive director of the center, told Ethio FM that the number has decreased this year due to cholera virus and lack of awareness.
He added that there are up to 3,000 new fistula patients in Ethiopia every year.
We also heard that the Hamlin Festula Ethiopian Medical Center is operating in rural areas due to a lack of awareness.
After coming to the center, in addition to regular treatment, it is said that psychotherapy and vocational training will be provided.
Patients who have started treatment at the center are said to be able to receive treatment at the hospital.
More than 36,000 children die every year in Ethiopia due to air pollution.
Air pollution in Ethiopia, particularly in Addis Ababa, is two to three times higher than the World Health Organization standard.
According to the Addis Ababa Environment and Green Development Commission, more than 77,000 people die every year in Ethiopia, of which 2,700 occur in Addis Ababa.
Of these, more than 67,000 die from indoor air pollution.
Of the 36,800 children who die each year, 63 percent or more than 23,000 are said to die from air pollution caused by home cooking.
Air pollution is the second leading cause of death in Ethiopia after malnutrition.
This is an indication that Ethiopia needs to do more than plant seedlings to prevent air pollution.
Smoke from vehicles, dust mills associated with buildings and road construction, are said to be a major cause of air pollution, particularly in Addis Ababa.
According to a World Health Organization study, 8 million people worldwide die as a result of air pollution.
The National Electoral Board of Ethiopia has issued an update.
The Electoral Board of Ethiopia (NEBE) has started packing in 118 constituencies in Oromia, Dire Dawa 47, Afar 55 and Benishangul Gambella.
He said some will remain in the Amhara region and will be completed in the coming days.
According to Ms. Soliana, the broadcast will take place in Addis Ababa in the last days.
He also said that the Board has requested that the existing ones, which were prepared for the purpose of voter registration only, not be suitable for further work and that they should provide suitable and large spaces for elections and counting.