Director, Center for Healthy Women, Children & Communities (HWCC)
Wuleta Betemariam has more than 20 years of experience leading public health programs globally and was JSI’s country representative in Ethiopia and director of the Last Ten Kilometers project. Before JSI, as deputy director of Engender Health’s Program Division in New York, Wuleta established the organization’s presence in Ethiopia, a program in Sudan, and was the director for two countries. She was also a technical advisor for USAID’s Population, Health, and Nutrition Office, where she focused on reproductive health. Wuleta has an MPH in public health and policy from the University of Michigan and is in her final year of a DrPH program in public health leadership at the University of Illinois.
Implementation fidelity of possible serious bacterial infection adaptive implementation during COVID-19 pandemic
Designing approaches of community engagement strategies to link communities with the primary health care system in Ethiopia
Intensified community surveillance to combat COVID-19 through house-to-house screening in Ethiopia: using the Health Extension Program
Immediate Impacts of COVID-19 Pandemic on Essential MNCH Services in Selected Health Facilities in Ethiopia
Using mHealth to Improve Timeliness and Quality of Maternal and Newborn Health in the Primary Health Care System in Ethiopia
Effectiveness of Supervision on the Consistency of Neonatal Sepsis Management Skills of Health Extension Workers
Application of behavioral economics principles to reduce injectable contraceptive discontinuation in rural Ethiopia: A stratified-pair, cluster-randomized field trial
Jeopardizing quality at the frontline of healthcare: prevalence and risk factors for disrespect and abuse during facility-based childbirth in Ethiopia
Effectiveness of participatory community solutions strategy on improving household and provider health care behaviors and practices: A mixed method
Effectiveness of participatory community solutions strategy on improving household and provider health care behaviors and practices: A mixed-method evaluation
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