Community Health Workers boosts maternal health services in Tanzania

 Prof Japhet Killewo, a medical doctor and Epidemiologist from Muhimbili University, speaks to experts who convened in Dar es Salaam to share research findings and discuss meaningful policies to address maternal and newborn health in Tanzania. The third year dissemination workshop was sponsored by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and organized by partners within the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare, Muhimbili University, Johns Hopkins University and...

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SERIKALI YASIMAMISHA SHUGHULI ZA NGO YA COMMUNITY HEALTH EDUCATION SERVICES AND ADVOCACY (CHESA)

Ofisi ya Msajili wa NGOs inapenda kuujulisha umma kuwa imesimamisha shughuli za Shirika la COMMUNITY HEALTH EDUCATION SERVICES AND ADVOCACY (CHESA) kuanzia tarehe 20 Oktoba, 2017 ili kupisha uchunguzi unaofanywa dhidi ya tuhuma za shirika tajwa kujihusisha na uhamasishaji wa vitendo vya ndoa za jinsia moja katika maeneo mbalimbali nchini. 
Shirika tajwa pamoja na tuhuma mbalimbali zilizopo, linatuhumiwa kuratibu warsha kuhusu masuala ya ndoa za jinsia moja tarehe 17 Oktoba, 2017 katika hoteli...

 

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NEWLY LAUNCHED EAC-USAID HEALTH PROJECT TO IMPROVE HEALTH SERVICES ALONG CROSS BORDER SITES

 NEWLY LAUNCHED EAC-USAID HEALTH PROJECT TO IMPROVE HEALTH SERVICES  ALONG CROSS BORDER SITES
East African Community Headquarters, Arusha, Tanzania: 28 May 2015: ​In its efforts  to achieve an AIDS-free generation, the East African Community (EAC) Secretariat in collaboration with  the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) launched a five-year project on Cross-Border Health Integrated Partnership (CB-HIPP) designed to extend integrated health services in strategic...

 

3 years ago

Michuzi

NEWLY LAUNCHED EAC-USAID HEALTH PROJECT TO IMPROVE HEALTH SERVICES ALONG CROSS BORDER SITES

East African Community Headquarters, Arusha, Tanzania: 28 May 2015:In its efforts  to achieve an AIDS-free generation, the East African Community (EAC) Secretariat in collaboration with  the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) launched a five-year project on Cross-Border Health Integrated Partnership (CB-HIPP) designed to extend integrated health services in strategic border areas and other transport corridor sites. The ceremonial launch took place yesterday at the EAC...

 

4 years ago

TheCitizen

COVER: Striving for safe maternal health in Tanzania

>Rose Mlay is playing a big role in trying to help local Tanzanian women attain good health services during maternity. Mlay’s career as a midwife brought changes in the health sector in the country after she attended the first Global White Ribbon Alliance for Safe Motherhood workshop in India in 2002.

 

3 years ago

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CHILDBIRTH SURVIVAL INTERNATIONAL FUNDRAISING: MATERNAL HEALTH IN TANZANIA

Dear All,

Come join the Embassy of Tanzania and Childbirth Survival International (CSI) for CSI’s first annual fundraising on September 12th at 4:30pm to 7pm, at the Embassy of Tanzania, Washington DC.

In Tanzania, many of the lives lost during pregnancy, childbirth, and immediately after birth, are often 100% preventable. We are calling upon You to join us and help save lives. This fundraising is to kickoff CSI’s saving lives at birth project in Biharamulo District in northwest Tanzania....

 

3 years ago

IPPmedia

Tanzania needs USD86 for basic health services


IPPmedia
Tanzania needs USD86 for basic health services
IPPmedia
The government spends less than USD22 on average of what is needed on person's health, according to fact sheets distributed at the Financing for Development Conference (FFD) here. Titled 'Evidence for Action's Mama Ye! Campaign' the fact sheets show ...

 

11 months ago

Xinhua

Tanzania needs over 7000 health workers to fill gap


Xinhua
Tanzania needs over 7000 health workers to fill gap
Xinhua
File photo shows people injured in a school bus crash being attended to by medical staff in Karatu District, northern Tanzania, on May 6, 2017. (Xinhua). DAR ES SALAAM, July 7 (Xinhua) -- Regional medical officers in Tanzania on Thursday appealed to ...
Tanzania: 7000 Health Workers Needed to Fill Gap of Those Sacked Over Fake CertificatesAllAfrica.com

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4 years ago

TheCitizen

Long way to go for maternal health in TZ

>Tanzania has scored low in a latest survey that assessed 58 low and middle income countries that desperately need nurses who specialise in maternal health, but it was a head of  its East African partners - Kenya and Rwanda.

 

4 years ago

TheCitizen

Up maternal health cash

Improved maternal health will not only boost the quality of life of mothers and their babies but also the welfare of the entire nation.

 

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