Our Partners play a very important role for the growth of the hospital. They
support the hospital in different aspects;
The list of Partners are as follows...
Ethiopian Catholic Secretariat (ECS) is the executive organ of the Catholic Ethiopian Bishops’ Conference (CBEC) coordinating the pastoral Activities commission (PAC) and the social and development commission (ECC-SDCO) activities.
A nonprofit making organization that works as a national coordination, facilitation and representation office to the entire social and development activities of the church. It works in collaboration with ten dioceses .SDCO further divided into departments for Food Security, Education, Health,
Women & Family affairs. The Ethiopian Catholic Church (ECC) renders health service mainly to the poor, marginalized and most underprivileged in society in almost all regions of the country. The Catholic Church service in the fields of pastoral an social development are coordinated by the Ethiopian
Catholic Secretariat (ECS) . ECS in its present form was established in 1965 and got its first organizational structure in 1971.
Founded in 1950, Doctors with Africa CUAMM was the first non-governmental organization focused on healthcare to be recognized by the Italian government. It is now the country’s leading organization working to protect and improve the wellbeing and health of vulnerable communities in Sub-Saharan
Africa. Working with international and local partner teams, CUAMM provides medical aid and expertise in seven African countries: Angola, Ethiopia, Mozambique, Sierra Leone, South Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda.
DMI is a union of committed women who have dedicated their lives to serve the poor and the underprivileged unconditionally. Through their services, the DMIs want to create a world where love, peace, equality, justice and brotherhood are ensured for all. The Society of Daughters of Mary Immaculate and Collaborators (DMI) was founded in the year 1984 by Rev.Fr. J.E. Arul Raj OMI, at Keechalam, a remote village in Thiruvallur District, Tamil Nadu, India.
We are a Society of faith driven volunteers trying to help persons of all status: Men, Women and Children to attain their fullness by being “Fully Human and Fully Alive”. Everyone who is involved in the endeavor of looking at the welfare of the whole World with eco-friendly approach towards making this World and Universe at large, a better place for everyone of us through community building, human and nature friendly scientific inventions and innovations could join hands with us.
- Health infrastructure: According to the 2002 (EFY) Health and Health Related Indicators published by FMoH, Oromiyaa has 42 Hospitals, 825 Health Centers and 5,930 Health Posts.
- Capital City: Finfinne
- Population: Based on 2002 (EFY) figures from the Central Statistical Agency (CSA) of Ethiopia, the Oromiyaa Region has an estimated total population of 29,737,371 consisting of 14,974,817 male and 14,762,554 female. 87.8% of the population is estimated to be rural inhabitants, while 12.2% are urban dwellers(CSA 2007).
- Area: An estimated area of 284,537.84 square kilometers, this region has an estimated density of 104.5 people per square kilometer.
Women's Hope International (WHI) is a Swiss non-governmental organisation committed to the improvement of maternal health in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Ethiopia and Chad.
Girls and women are given professional support during pregnancy, childbirth and the postnatal period. Women suffering from obstetric fistulas receive treatment. Women and girls are empowered in their social standing in order to eradicate forced child marriages and teenage pregnancies.
Based on Christian social ethics, we carry out our work in co-operation with our partners in a competent, professional, effective and efficient manner.
Children in Crossfire was founded in 1996 by Richard Moore. In 1972, as a 10-year-old child, Richard was blinded by a rubber bullet fired by a British soldier during the Troubles in Northern Ireland. Amazingly from childhood to the present day,
he has accepted the loss of his sight without any feelings of resentment. In describing his remarkable acceptance of what, for most, would be a debilitating trauma, he says “I learned to see life in a different way, I may have lost my sight, but I have my vision”.
Special Thanks to ...
Manos Unidas - Spain - Has funded part of the Water Project of the Hospital aimed
at securing safe water in the communities and preventing water borne diseases.
MIVA, the Netherlands, - Has provided funds for the purchase of one Hospital vehicle
Ear Drop Stitching - Has came once to provide ENT surgical activities and trained
hospital and health centres staff to secure continuity of care after surgery.
UNICEF - Has provided nutritional items for babies (plumpy nut and milk powder).
Medical Mission Sister (Sr Elaine Khols) - Has contributed some funds to cover running costs.
The Czech Embassy (Chair Matrix Programme), - Has funded the purchase of some
teaching aids for the Practicum Room of the College.
St Paul Hospital Millennium Medical College, - Has signed with St Luke Hospital a MoU
to activate collaboration in the training of Medical Doctors pursuing Master in
Orthopedics. Within the frame of this collaboration one anesthetic machine was
donated to the hospital for the Orthopaedic Theatre.
Mango Consult / Delft Imaging System BV – The Netherlands, - Has supported the
Hospital in conducting a research for the development of new ultrasound
technologies applied to obstetric care. A new portable ultrasound machine with a
laptop computer was donated.
BMSF (Bristol-Mayer-Squibb Foundation), and PRRR (Pink Ribbon Red
Ribbon), USA, - Has supported the Cervical Cancer Programme (consumables and
Dr Johannes – Has Provided some funds for safe water programme in the community
through the Hospital.
Mrs. Rosanna Lavia and family, USA, - Has provided support for the purchase of milk
powder for babies admitted in Neonatal Unit and Nutrition Unit.
Christopher Blind Mission (CBM), - has provided drugs and other
consumables for the running of the Eye Unit.