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Keeping workers safe at the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam Project (GERD-P) site is not limited to hard-hats and well-maintained machines.
 
It also requires providing workers the...

DKT concluded a 27-month campaign to introduce diarrhea treatment kits (DTK) supported by the Micronutrient Initiative (MI) and Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) in December 2015....

Short versus long-term methods in Ethiopia:  2000 - 2014

 
Much has been made of Ethiopia’s dramatic increase in contraceptive use, and rightly so.
 
In just 15 years, the country went from having one of the lowest modern contraceptive...

DKT successfully secured $17.0 million over four (4) years in a grant from the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands (EKN) in the third quarter of 2015.
 
The funding will be used...

DKT completed an innovative campaign to help university students stay safe during summer months.
 
The campaign was developed in response to input from university health officials that...

Being seven (7) years behind isn’t always a bad thing, particularly when trying to keep pace with the speed of technological innovation.
 
DKT Ethiopia, the largest supplier of...

DKT commenced a pilot clinic partnership model with five (5) private clinics in Addis Ababa in April 2015.
 
The pilot, which entails preferential pricing, technical assistance, and...

DKT Ethiopia continued its record of success, completing 2014 as the 3rd largest contraceptive social marketing program in the world and the largest in Africa in terms of couple years protection (...

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