Ethiopian Pediatrics Society

Ensuring a High standard of Pediatrics Care

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Wednesday, October 18, 2017


I am delighted to have this opportunity to introduce the web page of the Ethiopian pediatrics society. Our society EPS has acquired this milestone of development through the contribution of all its enthusiastic members. I hope that you will take time to become familiar with our site and with the important information we have to offer. I am very confident that this web page will further contribute to the organized and united effort towards the achievements of the society's goal.

As all our members very well know one of objectives of EPS is to advance advocacy for children's right and play an active role in both curative and preventive aspects of child health problems at a national level. The task of pediatricians in our country is huge, which cannot be alleviated by only an orthodox type of clinical efforts, we have to start talking about childrens right in every form we get.

I believe that the current high neonatal, infants and under five mortality will be curbed by the maximum use of the information exchanges among colleagues through organized and well designed communication methods and our web page will be a very important media to this endeavor. Thus I cordially invite you to explore our web site, to feel free to contribute and your constructive comments and inputs are of immense value.I also believe that combining the skills and expertise of our members and the trust EPS has won from our partners, there is no doubt that we can demonstrate remarkable achievements on child survival in Ethiopia.

Join us in our journey to the future.

   Executive Director, EPS


Prof. Bogale Worku

Executive Director of EPS




Message from Executive Director

We live in a world of great inequity of access to health services to children in many developing countries with visible descriptions of high morbidity and mortality. The very few numbers of skilled human capacity, with very limited resources and staggering and slow economic development with increasing human population had made the situation of basic health care to children unreachable and unattainable.

But, despite the prevailing situations, many governments including Ethiopia have agreed on the actions and targets contained in the Millennium Declaration in September 2000 to respond to the world main development challenges.,



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