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2% of world’s COVID-19 vaccines administered in Africa

Less than 2% of the 690 million COVID-19 vaccine doses administered to date globally have been in Africa, says the World Health Organisation. Most countries...

COVID-19: Tanzania embarks on evidence-based approach

The new President of Tanzania Samia Suluhu Hassan has announced intention to form a technical committee that would advise the government on how to...

What I wasn’t taught in medical school, why it matters now

When I graduated from medical school as a doctor about a decade ago, I knew for sure that I was entering the world of...

Meet ‘HIV friends’ who share cards for life-saving benefits in Tanzania

If not for a friendship card that he exchanged with a newly found pal, Mr Paul Aloyce says he could have missed a clinic...

COVID-19: What research says as Tanzania’s largest hospital introduces steam therapy

Muhimbili National Hospital (MNH) has installed four steam therapy facilities each worth Sh7.5 million ($3,200) as part of the country’s coronavirus response. However, questions...

Impact of ‘data darkness’ and why WHO wants Tanzania to report COVID-19 cases

After many months of refuting the existence of COVID-19 in Tanzania, the country's Ministry of Health has finally acknowledged and directly urged precautions against...

Tanzania: HIV study reveals promising results in averting mother-to-child transmission

Simpler and effective HIV treatment shows lasting health impact among pregnant women in Dar es-Salaam Expert explains how families in another region in...

Dar es-Salaam residents trapped in vicious cycle of unhealthy lifestyles, say researchers

Tougher action required; including cutting down prices of healthy foods but making junk foods more expensive to limit consumption Expert explains impact...
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