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  • Global Fund invests in Tanzania health sector

    Posted on :Tuesday , 24th August 2021

    The GLOBAL FUND has praised President Samia Suluhu Hassan's leadership, offering to issue a total of 906 million US dollars (2.09 trillion/-) for health-care spending, including the battle against the Covid-19 epidemic.

     

    The funds include 794 million US dollars (about 1.8 trillion/-) that will be distributed between 2021 and 2023 to complement the battle against HIV/AIDS, tube. . .

  • President Samia Launched Military Hospital Funded by Germany

    Posted on :Tuesday , 24th August 2021

    At Lugalo Military Hospital in Dar es Salaam, President Samia Suluhu Hassan inaugurated a cutting-edge Infectious Disease Centre (IDC).

     

    The center is outfitted with a world-class laboratory costing 10bn/- that can treat coronavirus sufferers as well as those suffering from other infectious illnesses.

     

    She characterized it as a fantastic addition to developin. . .

  • Kenya Based Medical Firm Exports Medical Supplies to Tanzania

    Posted on :Wednesday , 7th July 2021

    A medical equipment manufacturing business headquartered in Kilifi has secured a contract to deliver medical equipment to Tanzania.

     

    Tanzania has bought 11 million Covid-19 vaccination syringes from Revital Healthcare EPZ Ltd, which has ordered the 2ml, 5ml, and 10ml vaccine syringes.

     

    This comes on the heels of Kenya and Tanzania's improved relationship sinc. . .

  • Tanzania gears towards Covid-19 vaccination

    Posted on :Friday , 11th June 2021

    Once considered as the staunch anti-Covid country, Tanzania is gearing towards vaccination after a team of health experts handed in their report on how to roll out mass inoculation to President Samia Suluhu.

     

    The report comes a month after a special committee of experts handed in another report evaluating the Covid-19 situation in the country.

     

    The Tanzania d. . .

  • Investments have turned Tanzania into a medical tourism hub

    Posted on :Friday , 12th February 2021

    Investing in specialist care has decreased the number of patients seeking medical attention overseas at exorbitant rates by more than 95%, from 200 to 300 patients a year, to less than 60.

     

    Eventually, government attempts to expand spending in the health sector have led the country to draw patients from surrounding nations. The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Comoro, Ugand. . .

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