The United States aid agency said it has managed to improve the quality of health services for 2.5 million households in Addis Abeba and other Ethiopian cities.

Over the past five years, the U.S. Aid and ministry of health have been working together to address the unique challenges of cities both accessibility and quality of primary healthcare services.

In response, USAID invested in skills training for more than 2,500 urban health extension professionals, helping them better serve and care for families living in the communities where they work, among others.  (Daily Monitor)