Children with the down syndrome in Ethiopia are seriously struggling to get the adequate care they deserve, most especially children that are from poor families and the less privilege. This can be partially attributed to the cost of the treatment of this disease.
Be that as it may, numerous guardians of youngsters with Down Syndrome in Ethiopia can’t bear to search abroad for help.
Dr. Selamnesh Tsige, an advisor pediatrician at Tikur Anbessa Hospital says the predominance of Down Syndrome in the east African isn’t known.
“We don’t have a dependable report in our country however in our medical clinic for instance, in my experience, I see around 250 youngsters with down condition each month”, said Selamnesh.