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

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Save the Date for SCOPE’s Summer Event

Save the Date: Afternoon of August 19th for SCOPE’s Summer Event. Email us at scopehealth@gmail.com if you’d like to attend. We’d love to see you there!

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SCOPE names its new project, FLAME

SCOPE wins Partnerships for Enhanced Engagement in Research (PEER) award from the National Academy of Science and names it FLAME – Faith Leaders Advocating for Maternal Empowerment SCOPE is excited to announce that the project funded by the PEER award has been

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Elizabeth and Sheldon start their fellowship!

Elizabeth and Sheldon begin their journey to Gondar, Ethiopia in June! They will be participating in the FLAME study – a study funded by the National Academy of Sciences to research how SCOPE’s model of partnership between religious and medical communities can increase

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Spring Newsletter

Check out our current Spring newsletter here! To continue reading about our latest projects and news, subscribe to our quarterly newsletter under the Contact Us button on the top menu or click here.

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Ke Pan

Ke Pan is an MPH student in the department of Global Health, having received her BA in Public Health with a concentration in Maternal and Child Health from Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST) and graduated from medical school in

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Elizabeth Karman

Elizabeth Karman is an MPH student in the department of Global Health. She previously attended the University of Washington School of Nursing and graduated with a BSN. After working for several years as a bedside nurse, Elizabeth served as a

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Sheldon Halsted

Sheldon graduated with a Bachelor’s degree from Georgetown University where she studied Psychology and Education. After graduating from Georgetown, Sheldon moved to South Africa where she worked for Grassroot Soccer, a non-profit that uses the power of soccer to educate, inspire, and

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SCOPE Fellow writes article for Capitol Commentary

Religion, culture, and health are so closely tied that it is often difficult to decipher where one ends and the other begins. Strengthening Care Opportunities through Partnerships in Ethiopia (SCOPE) was founded on just such a realization. The founders were

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SCOPE Donors meet UW Grant Challenge

SCOPE is thrilled to announce that we have met the challenge toward our Endowed Fellowship Fun!! In August, Dr. King Holmes announced that the University of Washington Department of Global Health had pledged $25,000 as a matching grant toward SCOPE's Read More

SCOPE and University of Gondar Sign Memorandum of Understanding

Agreement was signed June 2014.  Now SCOPE has the legal right to work in Ethiopia using the certificate of the University of Gondar.  This is important to SCOPE because it means that SCOPE can partner with government agencies and other Read More