The quality of 21 hotels has been confirmed in two days to welcome guests to the African Union Summit
The Addis Ababa Food, Drug, Healthcare Administration and Regulatory Authority conducted a campaign from January 13 to January 15 to ensure the quality and safety of star hotels for guests attending the upcoming African Union summit.
The Authority has previously inspected more than 100 hotels and partially sealed one of its products using spoiled cake flour.
Meresa Mideksa told Bisrat Radio.
Regular inspections are being carried out on time, but in the event of such an incident, it will be reported that the campaign will monitor and operate hotels, covine precautions without the need for regular maintenance.
He told Bisrat Radio that hoteliers and professionals should adjust their facilities according to the permission they receive to receive guests.
Birth and death registration at health facilities for the first time in Ethiopia has begun
Addis Ababa City Administration Critical Event Registration and Information Agency has officially launched the Jumeirah Hospital in collaboration with the Health Bureau to improve the current birth and death registration at selected Addis Ababa hospitals, Deputy Director General of the Agency, Yonas Alemayehu, told Bisserat Radio.
He said Ethiopia is one of the five countries in Africa that has the lowest birth registration rate.
There are various reasons for the current low enrollment in Addis Ababa, with low motivation to come to the Critical Event Registration and Information Offices and the inability of parents to register together.
He said the new registration system will enable mothers to register births without leaving the health facilities.
It has now started with five high birth rates and is in the process of incorporating two more federal hospitals.
On the other hand, the printing of digital IDs is being carried out so that the sub-cities can purchase their own IDs.