My PhD project examines the legal framework regulating the identification, reporting, and review of maternal deaths in Ethiopia. By approaching maternal death from a human rights standpoint, it looks into the extent to which a newly introduced health strategy known as MDSR (Maternal Death Surveillance and Response) can serve as a human rights accountability mechanism.
- (2019). The Ethio-Eritrean Rapprochement and Potential Implication on Eritrean Refugees in Ethiopia in Revisiting the Ethio-Eritrean Relations From Separation to Conflict and Beyond (Ed. Tadesse Kassa). International Law Series. 83-129.
- (2018). Ensuring Compliance of IHL Rules by Troops in UN/AU Multilateral Peace Operations: An Overview on the Ethiopian Experience in Implementation of International Humanitarian Law in Ethiopia (Ed. Yonas Birmeta). International Law Series. 81-131.
- (2020). Assessing the Ethiopian House of Federation in the Light of the Exhaustion of the Local Remedies Rule under the African Charter. 33 pages.
MATRISET - Facilitating «real life» implementation of MDSR | Centre for International Health | UiB, a project that aims at improving the quality of maternal mortality data on which to base interventions to reduce maternal deaths by, among others, investigating the relevant legal framework in both Ethiopia and Tanzania