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Dr. Enawgaw Mehari is Chief of the Neurology Department at Morehead Clinic and St. Claire Regional Medical Center in Kentucky, Consultant Neurologist, and Adjunct Faculty Member, University of Kentucky, Honorary Faculty, Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia and the founder and CEO of People to People Inc. (P2P), a nonprofit organization that aims to improve health care and reduce AIDS in Africa, particularly in Ethiopia. Ethiopian-born Enawgaw Mehari, MD, did his neurology training at University of Kentucky, Fellowships in Pain management and neurophysiology at Case Western University in Cleveland and Neuro AIDS at University of Washington in St. Louis .He began practicing neurology with specialties at the Morehead Medical Specialist and St. Claire Regional Medical Center. He is the current chief editor for the Horn of Africa Journal of AIDS. Dr. Mehari has published several articles and published several chapters for medical books, including his latest books "Triangular partnership, the power of the Diaspora" and the Ethiopian medical history. Dr. Mehari is a frequent speaker at major international health care and medical education conferences and meetings.
Dr. Enawgaw Mehari is Chief of the Neurology Department at Morehead Clinic and St. Claire Regional Medical Center in Kentucky and the founder and CEO of People to People International (P2P), a nonprofit organization that aims to improve health care and reduce AIDS in Africa, particularly in Ethiopia.Alexia Galakatos, MA, CCC-SLP
Alexia Galakatos is a 41 year old Speech-Language Pathologist, owner of two pediatric speech and occupational therapy clinics, Executive Director of eelio initiative - a not-for-profit organization focusing on improving special needs education in Ethiopia, and a hands-on, fully engaged mother of two.
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Betiel Mehari is a young Eritrean mother who is currently in a battle for the custody of her young son.
While visitng her dying father in Eritrea, the child's father, from whom she had separated months before, filed charges of kidnapping and she was prosecuted upon her return to the US. After providing emails and correspondance between Beteil and the child's father, all charges were dropped, however Beteil's custody of her son was revoked.
The judge has allowed the fater to take their child to live in Florida. Although the father has offered to pay for travel and hotel expenses while she visits her child, Beteil fears for her and her son's safety. The father has a history of abuse, which was the cause of their separation, and she does not feel safe with him.
We are bringing this story to our listeners to provide some awareness to Beteil's situation, so that she may be given the opportunity to have her custody restored. Anyone interested in either representing Beteil in court or as some type of advocate, we urge you to contact us.