A cross-sectional survey was conducted on adult Ethiopians living in rural communities to determine firstly the prevalence of mental illness and secondly its association with stress and demographic variables. Respondents were interviewed in their homes. Those experiencing 11 or more of the 20 neurotic symptoms and 3 or more of the 4 psychotic symptoms were considered mentally ill. Despite the use of high cut-off points for identifying potential cases, the prevalence of mental illness was
Determinants of mental illness in a rural Ethiopian adult population
The DHS Program - Factors Associated with Prevalent HIV Infections among Ethiopian Adults (English)
Undernutrition among Ethiopian adults living with HIV: a meta-analysis
Metrics details. We describe trends in characteristics and outcomes among adults initiating HIV care and treatment in Ethiopia from The proportion enrolled through PITC increased from Recorded death after ART initiation was 6. Peer Review reports.
Metrics details. Malnutrition and human immunodeficiency virus HIV are interlaced in a vicious cycle and worsened in low and middle-income countries. In Ethiopia, even though individuals are dually affected by both malnutrition and HIV, there is no a nationwide study showing the proportion of malnutrition among HIV-positive adults. Consequently, this review addressed the pooled burden of undernutrition among HIV-positive adults in Ethiopia.