Health services include all services dealing with the diagnosis and treatment of disease, or the promotion, maintenance and restoration of health at individual and community level. Service provision refers to the way inputs such as finance, staff, equipment and drugs are combined to allow the delivery of health interventions. Improving access, coverage and quality of services depends on these key resources being available, the ways of services are organized, managed and motivations that influences both providers and users.
According to world health organization, the definition of health since 1946 is much wider than the concept of illness. “Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity”!
Nitsuh Ethiopia advocates for the health of the entire ecosystem in order to ensure the complete set of the physical, mental and social well-being of a given society.
Nitsuh Ethiopia is dedicated to contribute for social transformation on Health, Safety and Environment. We envisioned to see informed society living in clean, green and healthy environment with improved lifestyle and better access to quality health services.
The teams at Nitsuh Ethiopia are senior experts and organized themselves to work together with anyone in the field To:
- Provide quality consultancy services.
- Design and implementation of research projects.
- Develop grant proposal, policy documents, training manuals, different tools, and policy advises for different governmental and nongovernmental organizations.
- Evaluate and monitor efficiency and strength of health service deliveries, different projects and health system strengthening interventions.
- Provide different training packages for different groups including but not limited to health care workers, factory workers, policy makers on wide range of topics including, hygiene, sanitation, personal protection devices, environmental protection, programmatic and clinical management of particular infectious diseases like Tuberculosis, HIV/AIDS, Malaria and other neglected diseases.
The health of the enter ecosystem matters for health, safety & sustainability of the Society!