Clinical Care | CareEpilepsy Ethiopia

Early and consistent medical management of epilepsy means seizure remission is possible in as many as 70% of patients with appropriate and timely treatment. In addition, having diagnostic tools such as the EEG and MRI imaging means improving the quality of care.

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Public Education | CareEpilepsy Ethiopia

Our public awarness is the pillar of our work to erradicate the stigma of epilepsy. Most people still believe that epilepsy is associated wtih evil spirit. That is why we bring awareness to the community and teach them that this is not something evil, but a very serious illness that can be treated with medication.

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Health and Wellbeing | CareEpilepsy Ethiopia

Improve the physical and psychological wellbeing of people with epilepsy through medication, psychological, economic and transportation support to make them self-confident, gain self-worth and become self-sufficient.

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Advocacy in Partnership | CareEpilepsy Ethiopia

Through our policy advocacy program, we collaborate and coordinate with the Ministry of Health and other stakeholders to influence national policies; organizational practices and improve service provisions available for people living with epilepsy. We work at all levels of the health system, from the household to the community to the health facility to national authorities. Our volunteers (national and international) and local partners are our agents in executing our work.

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