SCOPE partners with medical and faith communities to improve health in Ethiopia through outreach, education, and training.

SCOPE Fellow Presents Results

Kristen’s poster on her SCOPE project won the best poster for education and training at the University of Washington Global Healthies Awards.  Congratulations Kirsten! View Kristen's Presentation: Read More

SCOPE Fellow Published

Meheret Endeshaw, SCOPE Fellow, had an article from her SCOPE research published in the journalAIDS Care: Psychological and Socio-Medical Aspects of AIDS/HIV. Her article is titled Stigma in Ethiopia: association with depressive symptoms in people with HIV. Read Meheret Endeshaw's Read More

Abere Dessie

Abere Dessie is currently an MPH student at the University of Gondar, Ethiopia, anticipating graduation in 2011.  His previous degrees, a BA in Sociology and a BSc in nursing, were also from the university of Gondar.  He has also completed Read More

Anteneh Girma

Dr Anteneh Girma M.D, was the first Ethiopian SCOPE fellow. He is a physician who teaches epidemiology to medical and MPH students at Gondar University. He was chosen by Dr Shitaye Alemu, head of Internal Medicine at Gondar University Medical Read More

Meheret Endeshaw

Meheret Endeshaw graduated from the University of Washington Department of Global Health’s MPH program inJune 2012. She received the SCOPE fellowship in June 2011 and worked in this capacity in Gondar, Ethiopia from June 2011 to December 2011. Prior to Read More

Kristen Savage’s SCOPE Proposal

Soul Fathers and Religious Women as Health Educators: A Pilot Project in the North Gondar Diocese to Improve Uptake of Antenatal Care (ANC) and Prevention of Mother-to-Child HIV Transmission (PMTCT)   Kristen Savage MPHc, University of Washington   BACKGROUND The Read More