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61. Indians to build heart hospital in Dar Es Salaam
  Monday, September 08, 2014  by Admin
  INDIA’s Appolo Hospitals Group has expressed plans to set up heart surgery medical facility in Dar es Salaam, the Architect of Modern Indian Health Care, Dr Prathap Reddy, has said.
 
62. NHIF announces loan plans for hospitals, health centres
  Thursday, September 04, 2014  by Admin
  The National Health Insurance Fund (NHIF) has announced its plan to start issuing loans to finance the procurement of medicines to all hospitals and health centres serving their customers in a bid to assist the overwhelmed Medical Store Department (MSD).
 
63. Gairo pushes to improve health service delivery
  Thursday, September 04, 2014  by Admin
  GAIRO District Council has set aside 70m/- from its 2014/2015 annual budget for the establishment of a theatre at its health centre.
 
64. Don urges drinking of clean, safe water
  Thursday, September 04, 2014  by Admin
  TANZANIANS have been urged to ensure that they drink clean and safe water with required minerals for the benefit of their health. A renowned scientist, Prof Hulda Swai, gave the advice when talking to journalists in Dar es Salaam on Monday.
 
65. Arusha eyes cutting maternal deaths by 3p.c.
  Monday, September 01, 2014  by Admin
  A TOTAL of 22,462 children were born in Arusha region between January and June, 2014, out of which 261 babies, equivalent to 2.1 per cent, died within 28 days of their birth.
 
66. Tanzanian surgeons for special cancer training in India
  Monday, September 01, 2014  by Admin
  Plans are underway to send Tanzanian surgeons to India for special cancer surgery training as reports reveal that women with breast cancer are unnecessarily amputated because there is lack of experts to perform selective tissue surgery to remove the disease’s cells.
 
67. Women advised to practice family planning
  Monday, September 01, 2014  by Admin
  Women in Tanzania, particularly in Mwanza Region have been advised to space the birth of their children at a recommended interval and avoid early pregnancies to keep both the mother and babies healthy.
 
68. More rural pregnant women attend clinics
  Monday, August 25, 2014  by Admin
  Tanzania has recorded a 15% decrease of traditional birth attendance this year depicting the improvement of health sectors in most rural areas of the country. Launching the world Midwifery 20014 report this week in Dar es Salaam, the Minister for Health and Social Welfare, Dr.
 
69. 15 districts for improved health services
  Thursday, August 21, 2014  by Admin
  FIFTEEN District Councils in Rukwa, Shinyanga, Simiyu and Kagera regions and Zanzibar are expected to benefit in the second phase of the five-year Mkapa Fellows Programme, aiming at improving access to HIV/Aids service delivery.
 
70. Kibaha health centre set to have a paediatric ward
  Monday, August 18, 2014  by Admin
  PLANS are underway to build a children’s ward at Mkoani Health Centre in Kibaha town, Coast region, as a solution to patients having to go to other hospitals for lack of a children’s ward at the centre.
 
71. More midwives to be trained
  Thursday, August 14, 2014  by Admin
  THE government through the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare intends to increase enrolment of students in health schools for various medical and paramedical training, including nursing and midwifery to 10,000 students per year by 2017.
 
72. Aga Khan Hospital opens heart surgery laboratory
  Thursday, August 14, 2014  by Admin
  Aga Khan Hospital in Dar es Salaam is now poised to handle heart related complications thanks to the opening of a new heart treatment laboratory. The new Catheterisation lab at the renowned private hospital is a state of the art facility that not only reassures Tanzanians of cutting edge cardiac medical services but also saves patients from the expensive trips abroad that they would otherwise have to make.
 
73. Aga Khan Hospital opens heart surgery laboratory
  Thursday, August 14, 2014  by Admin
  Aga Khan Hospital in Dar es Salaam is now poised to handle heart related complications thanks to the opening of a new heart treatment laboratory. The new Catheterisation lab at the renowned private hospital is a state of the art facility that not only reassures Tanzanians of cutting edge cardiac medical services but also saves patients from the expensive trips abroad that they would otherwise have to make.
 
74. Premier Pinda keen on getting clean water to rural areas
  Tuesday, August 05, 2014  by Admin
  WHILE a total of 248 water projects have already been executed in 270 villages in 98 councils countrywide in the past year, the national target to extend water services to over 22 million people in rural areas by 2014 is far from being achieved.
 
75. Rotary, Bank M hand over Mobile X-ray unit to the Muhumbili oncology ward
  Monday, August 04, 2014  by Admin
  The six Rotary clubs of Dar es Salaam and Bank M, its partner in Rotary Dar Marathon during the Visit of their Patron former president of the United Republic of Tanzania Mzee Ali Hassan Mwinyi handed over a much needed mobile X-ray unit worth $35,000 to the hospital.
 

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