Posted on :Friday , 26th May 2023
Tanzanian health authorities have set aside 90 hectares of land for the construction of an isolation centre for epidemics treatment. The government has allocated 8.8 million U.S. dollars in the 2023/2024 financial year for regulating outbreaks of highly infectious diseases.
Godwin Mollel, the deputy minister for Health, told parliament that the high-tech isolation centre will be buil. . .
Posted on :Tuesday , 27th December 2022
To guarantee sickle cell sufferers receive top-notch medical care, the Ministry of Health has partnered with other healthcare organisations.
Through neonatal screening, treatment, and increased public knowledge, the Public Private Partnership (PPP) with some organisations, such as the Tanzania Non-communicable Diseases Alliance (TANCDA), aims to reduce the number of infant fa. . .
Posted on :Thursday , 1st December 2022
After the Ministry of Health struck an agreement with Egypt's Alameda Healthcare group to increase access of specialised and super-specialised health services, Tanzania's initiative to promote medical tourism has gained momentum.
Similar agreements have already been struck by the government with Kenya, Burundi, Rwanda, Israel, India, and Turkey.
The Alameda. . .
Posted on :Friday , 11th November 2022
Tanzania's commitment to provide access to specialised and super-specialized healthcare services was given a boost as the Ministry of Health signed an MoU with Egypt's Alameda Healthcare company.
Prof. Abel Makubi, permanent secretary in charge of the Ministry of Health, noted that this was the government's seventh similar agreement, following those with Kenya, Burundi, Rwand. . .
Posted on :Tuesday , 11th October 2022
Egypt has reaffirmed its commitment to helping Tanzania raise the standard of healthcare services offered there.
Mohamed Gaber Abulwafa, the Egyptian ambassador to Tanzania, reaffirmed the promise while presenting medical supplies to the Medical Stores Department (MSD) office in the Dar es Salaam region.
He stated that through the Egyptian Agency of Partner. . .