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106. Financing Public Health Care: Insurance, User Fees or Taxes
  Thursday, December 06, 2007  by Admin
  This study contributes to the debate on the best way to finance public health services in Tanzania. It focuses on two methods for financing health care - the community insurance scheme and user fees. The analysis found that the Community Health Fund was more expensive than normal user fees at the primary facility level for the two case study districts. The main barrier to joining the fund was the annual premium, which was considered too high by a majority of households.
 
107. Strengthening Women Engagement with the Global Fund in Southern and East Africa
  Monday, November 26, 2007  by Admin
  In Southern Africa, the Global Fund has committed over $500 million to support programmes addressing HIV prevention, care and support and treatment. Yet little of the funding provided has been allocated to programs that reduce women's and girls' vulnerability to HIV infection and/or meet the gendered needs of women and girls living with HIV and AIDS to treatment, care, or legal resources and to address matters related to HIV status and gender inequality. To address this imbalance, OSISA, OSIEA and OSI Public Health Program are requesting proposals from coalitions of women’s rights and HIV and AIDS organizations in Southern Africa, Kenya, Tanzania, or Uganda that wish to develop proposals for submission to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria that address the specific vulnerabilities of women and girls and particularly marginalized groups of women and girls. Deadline is December 21st, 2007.
 
108. The Link Between Female Genital Mutilation and HIV Transmission
  Sunday, November 18, 2007  by Admin
  Researchers and activists are linking the feminization of HIV-AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa with another major health affliction for women in the region: female genital mutilation.
 
109. Leaders call for more research at AMREFs 50th anniversary
  Monday, October 29, 2007  by Admin
  The First Lady Salma Kikwete has called upon Africa Medical Research Foundation (AMREF) to step up efforts in research to help reduce common and threatening diseases in the country. This was said in Dar es Salaam, during the occasion to mark the Golden Jubilee of Africa Medical Research Foundation (AMREF).
 
110. Ireland pledges 76bn for health sector
  Tuesday, October 23, 2007  by Admin
  The Government of Ireland will provide 76bn/- financial support to the country's social sector.
Tanzania is said to be making significant efforts and it deserves all the support and assistance from donors. Challenges still remain particularly in areas of maternal health, human resources for health, infrastructure, drugs, supplies and transport.
 
111. Debt conversion to finance health programmes
  Wednesday, October 03, 2007  by Admin
  Tanzania is likely to benefit from a new health financing mechanism designed by the government of Germany for its poor countries' debtors. It is a debt conversion initiative that would see freed debt resources being channeled into the fight against tuberculosis, malaria and Aids.
 
112. UN Deputy Secretary General remarks on MDGs
  Monday, October 01, 2007  by Admin
  Deputy Secretary-General Asha-Rose Migiro has called on donor nations to keep their development aid promises, citing the lack of funding as a major reason for the slow progress in reducing maternal and child mortality.
 
113. Solar power for 40 dispensaries
  Thursday, July 26, 2007  by Admin
  Former US president Bill Clinton will fund solar energy projects in 40 dispensaries and health centres in Lindi and Mtwara regions. Implementation of the solar energy scheme follows a promise Clinton made to President Kikwete when the two met in New York in September last year.
 
114. Tanzania: Rift Valley Fever Hits Tanzania Harder Than Kenya
  Wednesday, May 16, 2007  by Admin
  The recent outbreak of Rift Valley Fever was more deadly in Tanzania than in Kenya, says a World Health Organisation report.

 
115. WHO now launches campaign to reduce health care-related harm
  Wednesday, May 09, 2007  by Admin
  The World Health Organisation (WHO) recently admitted that it recognises that health care errors affect millions of patients worldwide. A press statement was issued over at the launch of a campaign known as "Nine Patient Safety Solution" to help reduce the toll of health care-related harm in Washington said.
 
116. The World Bank Strategy for Health, Nutrition, and Population Results
  Monday, May 07, 2007  by Admin
  This Strategy Paper does not attempt to make specific technical recommendations on the diverse and complex range of issues involved in Health, Nutrion and Population policy. It outlines a new strategic vision for the World Bank in improving its own capacity to respond to these urgent questions globally and with a country focus, ensuring that this capacity will be mainstreamed in Bank lending and non lending country support and support to global partners in areas of Bank comparative advantages.
 
117. Tanzania first African country to make zinc tablets
  Wednesday, May 02, 2007  by Admin
  TANZANIA has become the first African country to manufacture zinc tablets for treatment of acute diarrhoea among infants. The Dar es Salaam-based Shelys Pharmaceuticals, launched the new drug called PedZinc recently, the Tanzania Weekly and The Sunday Observer reported.
 
118. Fair's Fair - Health Inequalities and Equity in Tanzania
  Tuesday, April 24, 2007  by Admin
  From a 'rights' perspective, health policies should seek to narrow inequalities and provide equal health care for equal need. From an 'economic' perspective, health care resources are more efficiently used if they are directed towards the groups that need them most. This report is a first attempt to elucidate issues of health inequalities and equity, point to key areas of concern, elaborate policy implications, and identify areas for further studies.
 
119. Obstetric Fistula: Ending the silence, easing the suffering
  Monday, April 16, 2007  by Admin
  Obstetric fistula is a devastating medical condition consisting of an abnormal opening between the vagina and the bladder or rectum, —resulting from unrelieved obstructed labor.
Assessing country needs, to help identify the incidence of fistula in various countries, the Women's Dignity Project conducted this assessment in Tanzania.
 
120. Health Management Information Systems as a tool for organisational development
  Tuesday, April 10, 2007  by Admin
  In the health sector, Health Management Information Systems (HMIS) are more and more being applied, amongst others, to fulfil the reporting requirements of higher institutional levels such as the Ministry of Health. Basically an HMIS is keeping track of the main outputs in a health institute. However, a HMIS can also be
used as a tool for organisational development.
 

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