The mission of the e-services research group is to promote fundamental and demand-driven research and projects to solve societal problems and support on their day-to-day activities. The research group focused on doing researches and develops projects in the areas of e-health, e-agriculture, e-government and e-education.

  1. E-Health: This issue needs to build on the strong academic and research qualifications in the area of e-health informatics. The main strategies are to investigate how e-health can support improvement in clinical outcomes, improvement and sustainability in healthcare delivery, in Ethiopia using an interdisciplinary approach. This focuses on transforming research into practical solutions and investigating the impact of new technologies on healthcare and its processes. The major research themes encompass many facets of eHealth including eHealth Informatics, eHealth Security, Mobile eHealth (mHealth), Indigenous eHealth and eHealth Education. The strategy applies academic innovation to solve real-world problems and to address health and health information concerns.
  2. E-Government: E-Government consists of the digital interactions between a citizen and their government (C2G), between governments and government agencies (G2G), between government and citizens (G2C), between government and employees (G2E), and between government and businesses/commerce (G2B). The main strategies are providing Citizen-centered service, Transparent service, Networked government, and Knowledge based society. The anticipated benefits of e-government include efficiency, improved services, better accessibility of public services, sustainable community development and more transparency and accountability.
  3. E-Agriculture: E-agriculture, therefore, describes an emerging field focused on the enhancement of agricultural and rural development through improved information and communication processes. More specifically, e-agriculture involves the conceptualization, design, development, evaluation and application of innovative ways to use information and communication technologies (ICTs) in the rural domain, with a primary focus on agriculture.
  4. E-Education: E-Learning is learning utilizing electronic technologies to access educational curriculum outside of a traditional classroom. The issue focuses on the quality of education.

Research Group Head: To be Assigned

Previous Group Head: Mr. Addisu Damena