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By Martin Ngonyani martinngonyani@gmail.com Facebook: Martin Ngonyani For the first time, Tanzania hosts a global meeting of the International Federation of Medical Students' Associations (IFMSA), moreover, the first of the IFMSA meetings on the East African soil. For over 66 years since IFMSA...
In the ongoing efforts to ensure professional and quality healthcare delivery for all citizens, Tanzania can borrow a leaf from Vietnam and Thailand; two of the countries that harbor success stories on health budget planning and Universal Health Coverage...
As we inch closer to 24th July, the commencing date of the Sixth East Africa Healthcare Federation Conference in Dar es Salaam, there is a sense of belief among the private health sector leaders from Kenya, Rwanda, South Sudan,...
Globally, 400 million people lack access to basic health services and millions of others are increasingly getting impoverished because of high out-of-pocket healthcare costs. The urgent need to address this challenge, more so through Public Private Partnerships (PPP), cannot...
Scientists in Tanzania are working on strategies that will help raise the profile of human genetics and improve research on how gene-related diseases are diagnosed and treated in the country. They have formed the Tanzania Society of Human Genetics (TSHG),...
People afflicted with non-communicable diseases (NCDs) such as diabetes and cancer need long-term health interventions, however, in most low- and middle-income countries; including Tanzania, projects designed to address such diseases at community level are often short-term. This calls for...