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Malaria prevalence in Zanzibar cut to 0.003%

The prevalence of malaria in Zanzibar is now at 0.003%, said the Zanzibar Malaria Elimination Program (ZAMEP) Deputy Program Manager, Dr Faiza Abbas, during...

Africa’s private health sector under spotlight for non-quality-assured antimalarial drugs

Researchers say there is need to explore the market for the recommended first-line medicines for treating uncomplicated malaria in Sub-Saharan Africa — also known...

From Ethiopia, now to Tanzania: the coming of a safe delivery smartphone App

A smartphone application known as the “Safe Delivery App (SDA), has been introduced in Tanzania. It has already been tested in Ethiopia and found...

Cost of diabetes to rise in Kenya, Tanzania &Ethiopia-up to USD16.2 billion by 2030

As sub-Saharan African countries grapple with the rising trend of diabetes, new estimates suggest that the cost associated with the disease could more than...

After TZ’s tragic bus accident: Here’s the American Hospital where 3 surviving pupils will be flown to…

Three pupils—Wilson, Sadia and Doreen; who survived a horrific road accident that killed 33 school children, two teachers and a driver in Northern Tanzania,...

A Sh70/-billion-drug-factory in Bagamoyo to produce ARVs, Anti-malarials…

Zinga Pharmaceutical Limited is expected to build a Sh70billion pharmaceutical factory in Bagamoyo District, Pwani Region in Tanzania. This has been made possible through...

WHO issues list of bacteria that urgently need new ANTIBIOTICS

For the first time, World Health Organization (WHO) has come up with a specific list of resistant bacteria that no longer respond to current...

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