The girl who suffered due to brother and father

Securing sovereignty will be the main focus of our New Year’s diplomacy, says Foreign Minister

Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Dina Mufti told reporters today that the ministry has been able to carry out successful international diplomacy to safeguard the unity and sovereignty of the country.

He said the 100-day performance of the office was reviewed in the presence of officials from the Ministry of Planning and Development as well as the Prime Minister’s Office.

He said Ethiopia’s relations with any country are also in its interest, adding that he hopes the situation with the United States will improve as well.

He said his office has completed a number of preparations for the arrival of the Diaspora and a successful stay.

According to Ambassador Dina, work has been completed to enable the Diaspora to benefit the country through various programs.

Regarding public diplomacy, Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Dina Mufti said in a statement that work is underway on four higher education institutions in the country and three more universities are under construction.

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She was born and raised in Haromaya. In the village of Bati, in front of Haromaya University.

Since 2004. M. She studied medicine at St. Paul’s Hospital for six years. As a student, her dreams were one and the same. Going to work in the countryside.

In the former Southern Nations, Nationalities and People’s Region (SNNPR), Leku Primary Hospital, now part of Sidama, welcomed her.

Dr. Ruth worked in pediatrics and emergency room. Women’s health is one of the top priorities.

She is currently working on a company called Last Mile Health, which provides protection against cholera.

For her professional contributions, she has been named the 2021 Hero of the Year by the Gorgons.

Recognized by ‘Wimine in Global Health’. Along with her, health professionals from Kenya, Lebanon, India, Panama, Pakistan and Sierra Leone were commended.

The seven women are said to be heroes for their contribution to women’s health and gender equality.

Although 70 percent of the world’s health system is covered by women, women make an average of $ 3 trillion a year for health and social services, and despite significant contributions to community health, they are often praised, praised, and honored.

Therefore, every year, Wimen in Global Health praises women health professionals from around the world.

She says her stay at Belek Primary Hospital has encouraged her to focus on women and community health.

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