Netsanet Abera Asseffa
College of Health Sciences and Medicine, Wolaita Sodo University, Ethiopia
Netsanet Abera Asseffa, BSc in Nursing, Masters of Health Science in Reproductive Health
Lecturer, Wolaita Sodo University, Ethiopia
I was born and raised in rural parts of Ethiopia. I got Bachelors in Nursing in 2010 and Masters in Reproductive Health in 2015. I have worked in most desirable organizations in Ethiopia such as in a tertiary hospital and medical college, in a University and NGO.
I started my career as a junior professional Nurse at St Paul’s Hospital Millennium Medical College in Addis Ababa where I worked for a year. In the college, I gained valuable experience in the areas of patient care. By time (2010/11), the hospital was one of the three tertiary hospitals in Ethiopia hence it was busiest and complex facility. In 2011/12, I moved to Wolaita Sodo University where I worked as a graduate assistant lecturer. I was member and coordinator of anti-HIV/AIDS club. Currently, I am working in the same institute as a lecturer.
After I won the most competitive scholarship in Africa, the AUC scholarship where I studied masters in Reproductive Health at University of Ibadan, Nigeria; I volunteered to work at IFHP/USAID where I worked as assistant to regional program coordinator of MNH and Family Planning.
I am beginner in the areas of reproductive health research.