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Comment from: Shewa Anbessa [Visitor]
Shewa Anbessa

This is what I see as good and decent news.
We are loosing our citzens just for simple deaseses,which can be treatable.

We need more of this kind of developments in our nation

05/25/09 @ 13:49
Comment from: [Member]

Wow!!!that is interesting.

05/25/09 @ 14:23
Comment from: Yosef [Visitor]
Yosef

I have been waiting for such service for many years. I always wondered, given the large diplomatic and diaspora population why there wasn’t a modern emergency care in the country. Great news!

05/25/09 @ 15:19
Comment from: Andolem [Visitor]
Andolem

Great!! Keep up with that.

05/25/09 @ 17:20
Comment from: JJ [Visitor]
JJ

this is good news to hear

05/25/09 @ 17:20
Comment from: Abesha [Visitor]
Abesha

Thank GOD who allows us to have “One step ahead.” This is a big success to our nation who suffers in minor or major injuries; who dies of only by losing blood which can be treatable in less than a couple or hours; who dies with wound infections which can be treatable with may be proper cleaning or few days antibiotics therapy or only with a single shot of antibiotics.

This is just a beginning, we will have more and more trauma care units for other Ethiopian provinces too.

05/25/09 @ 17:37
Comment from: arada [Visitor]
arada

Good news

05/25/09 @ 17:50
Comment from: visitor [Visitor]
visitor

Yosef [Visitor]
Fool Why is an emergency care has to
be only for Diaspora and diplomatic corps?

Do you know most of the diplomatic corps including UN\ECA and AU have their own modern medical care facilities for their own staff?

Repeat. Only for their own staff!!!

05/26/09 @ 00:14
Comment from: visitor [Visitor]
visitor

If those facilities are not enough there are
flying ambulances on stand by to fly the diplomatic corps out side the country.

So. Worry and pray for the poor and disadvantages who don’t have those previledges!!!

05/26/09 @ 00:21
Comment from: dida [Visitor]
dida

I think this is a good news. i thank the people who help the poor people.

05/26/09 @ 07:32
Comment from: ruth_sweet [Visitor]
ruth_sweet

Tilahune will be saved

05/26/09 @ 10:23
Comment from: Abde [Visitor]
Abde

This is a great news indeed. A city as populated as Addis needs modern Medical emegency services… hopefully it will grow to other areas of the country in the near future. As a medical personnel, this kinds of Ethiopian progress is dear to my heart. Well done.

05/26/09 @ 11:20
Comment from: MESFIN [Visitor]
MESFIN

I praise the name of Jesus Christ for what His disciples did in Addis Ababa. This is true discipleship: Serving the Lord God as well as His creature on earth. This typical example of true Christianity. For all of its problems, Ethiopia need to turn her face to Jesus, who is the answer of all problems and issues.

Jesus is Lord !

05/26/09 @ 12:42
Comment from: MATHIAS MAKONNEN [Visitor]
MATHIAS MAKONNEN

This is great advancement !!! We can save lives after lives with a single trauma center !!
Let’s build more and more of this amazing establishment that even 1st world countries can’t do WITHOUT !!

Mathias Makonnen
TX U.S.A.

05/26/09 @ 22:33


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