Ethiopia has long used plants as a source of medicine to treat a variety of illnesses. This is frequently related to the variety of distinct flora and fauna as well as ethnic and cultural diversity, which are used as the main weapons in the struggle against many health issues. Even with the development of modern medicine, an estimated 80% of the population receives the majority of their care through this indigenous health care delivery system. Improve the development and manufacturing of standardised plant-based pharmaceuticals. Create studies on traditional and modern medicine that are supported by evidence. Increase community awareness using the proper techniques. Kits for traditional medicine preparation that have been approved for public usage. Evidence on the quality, safety, and effectiveness of traditional and modern medicine for programmes and policies. Create pharmacopoeias, monographs, and databases on traditional medicine while compiling ethno-medical data on medicinal plants and practises. evaluating the effectiveness, safety, and quality of conventional medicine for diseases that are major public health issues, including both communicable and non-communicable diseases. packaging for traditional medical goods that have been scientifically standardised. Comparing the rational use of contemporary medicine to quality and efficacy. Providing community members and researchers with information, education, communication, and training. By means of technical reports, publications, policy briefings, workshops, and media forums, disseminate research findings to the scientific community, policy makers, and the community. Study on modern and traditional medicine’s pharmacokinetic, pharmacodynamic, and pharmacovigilance. to work with pharmaceutical development and manufacturing businesses on the creation and promotion of tried-and-true traditional remedies.