Ethiopia Introduces Health-Care Phone Service

From nazret.com Sat Dec 15 2012, 20:16:48

Karsi Tadicha and her children stand next to their house in Bule Duba village, on the outskirts of Moyale, Ethiopia, June 2009. (file photo)Ethiopia Introduces Health-Care Phone ServiceBy Marthe Van Der WolfVOA NewsDecember 14, 2012AD...

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