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

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May Newsletter

Check out the May Newsletter welcoming two new fellows, Anna and Eaden. May Newsletter Read More

Eaden Andu

Eaden Andu graduated with her Bachelor's degree from the University of Washington in Political Science.  She is currently a concurrent masters student at the  University of Washington pursuing her Masters in Social Work (MSW) and Masters in Public Health (MPH). Read More

April Newsletter

Check out SCOPE's April Newsletter. Meet SCOPE's newest fellows, Adino Tesfahun and Geta Asrade.   April Newsletter Read More

March Newsletter

Read SCOPE's most recent newsletter. Catch up with Laila in Ethiopia, read about Kate's new role at SCOPE, hear about our Winter Event and meet our new intern! Click on the link below: SCOPE Newsletter   Read More

Adino Tesfahun

Adino Tesfahun was born in Debark, Ethiopia, and received his BSc degree in Public Health from the University of Gondar in 2011. He then worked in rural health centers where he was engaged in antenatal and delivery care, Prevention of Read More

Geta Asrade

Geta Asrade was born in Simada, Ethiopia and received his BSc degree in Medical and Laboratory Technology from Haramaya University in 2006. He has worked as laboratory technologist, disease prevention and health promotion process coordinator, TB and HIV/AIDS prevention control Read More

Update from Laila in Ethiopia

Laila Zomorodian, SCOPE’s newest fellow, had an eventful first month! She visited the Diocese of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church and successfully completed SCOPE's priest-training program for the Woleka and Azezo clinic sites. Twenty-eight priests and religious women participated in the training and Read More


University of Washington Department of Global Health Global WACh University Presbyterian Church University of Gondar Ethiopian Orthodox Church St. Joseph Parish Read More

Laila Zomorodian

Laila Zomorodian is a recent graduate of the University of Washington School of Medicine with a longstanding interest in underserved international healthcare, particularly maternal and child health. She is currently completing a research year to further her education with global health projects Read More

Dr. Anteneh’s Experiences Practicing in Ethiopia

Dr. Anteneh talks about his research project and his experiences practicing in Ethiopia

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