About Temesgen Tesfa

  • Academic Level Degree Bachelor
  • Age 23 - 27 Years
  • Gender Male
  • Work Experience 1
  • Field of Study Pediatrics and child health nursing
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  • 2023 - 2024
    John Hopkins university


    Actively contributed to the implementation research project aimed at improving institutional delivery among vulnerable women in Sirraro and Shalla woredas, Oromia region.
    – Supported the development and testing of strategies to optimize uptake of antenatal care (ANC), institutional delivery (ID), and iron and folic acid (IFA) supplementation among pregnant women.
    – Participated in the orientation session and internalized prototype solutions, tools, and strategies developed for Hadga Gerree.
    – Collaborated with Primary Health Care Units (PHCUs) and Health Extension Workers (HEWs) to provide on-site follow-up and support for Hadhaa Gerree in assigned woredas.
    – Conducted regular visits to kebeles and households to engage with Hadhaa Garees, produce log reports, and document best practices in the community.
    – Facilitated and conducted monthly meetings of Hadhaa Geree at the kebele level and supported the implementation of selected prototypes.
    – Compiled and submitted monthly reports on project implementation and insights to JHU/CCP.

  • 2023 - 2023
    Dessie comprehensive specialized hospital


    – Assisted in antenatal care for pregnant women, performed routine check-ups and assessed fetal growth and development
    – Assisted in the care of women during labor and delivery, monitored fetal heart rate and aided in pain management
    – Assisted in the care of patients with various medical conditions, including respiratory, gastrointestinal and cardiovascular issues
    – Worked in the outpatient clinic for children under the age of 5, assessed growth and development, and provided medical care and treatment
    – Assisted in the care of children with various medical conditions, including asthma, pneumonia, and other respiratory infections
    – Administered vaccinations to infants and children, educated parents on the importance of vaccination and provided support and care
    – Assisted in the care of children with severe acute malnutrition, managed feeding tubes and monitored weight gain


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