Azeb Mesfin Haile is the widow of Ethiopian Prime Minister Meles Zenawi. She is the originator and supporter of Ethiopia's National Initiative for Mental Health. In mid-2009, she was designated CEO of the Endowment Fund for the Rehabilitation of Tigray by its head Abadi Zemu.
Azeb, brought into the world in Wolqayt, was hitched to Ethiopian Prime Minister Meles Zenawi until his passing in 2012. Together they had three kids: Semhal, Marda and Senay Meles. She was chosen in 2005 to the House of Peoples' Representatives (the lower House of the Ethiopian Parliament) speaking to her home woreda of Wolqayt and Humera and fills in as the seat of its Social Affairs Standing Committee. Her job has now and again been disputable, with a few individuals from Ethiopia's diaspora charging that, amid the period in which she was an official at the parastatal Mega Corporation, she was associated with "the inappropriateness of blending open, private and gathering possessed organizations."
Anyway Azeb is likewise known for her work to show country Ethiopians the issues of HIV/AIDS Her appearance at an extraordinary function to respect the First Ladies of Africa for their endeavors against the spread of HIV/AIDS held by Georgetown University of Washington DC on 15 January 2007 was met by challenges of ousted Ethiopians."the University was granted its "John Thompson Legacy of a Dream Award" to the Organization of African First Ladies against HIV/AIDS for its initiative and administration toward the standards of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Mesfin was to acknowledge the honor for the benefit of the association alongside the primary women of Zambia and Rwanda. She began the association "Ethiopian Coalition of Women against HIV/AIDS" and keeps on working intimately with network pioneers to guarantee the privileges of ladies, battle unsafe customary practices and HIV/AIDS. She said the honor she got isn't only for her association yet for the whole Ethiopian ladies pronouncing "the honor is the aftereffect of the persevering battle pursued by Ethiopian ladies."