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Lost in Tanzania’s digital health system en route to Zambia

John*, a long-distance truck driver and a resident of Dar es Salaam, tested positive for HIV through community outreach screening at Chanika Health Centre...

Tanzania: Vacuum of evidence in medical management of COVID-19

As a medical doctor working in Tanzania—and having been on the frontline in treating COVID-19 patients, I am still preoccupied by memories of what...

The people we shouldn’t leave behind in Tanzania’s ‘health insurance for all’ plan

Three weeks ago, I attended the funeral of my friend's father. As usual in our setup, before last respects and going to the burial...

What’s next for COVID-19 research as MUHAS-Dr Salim family unveil seed fund?

Fresh concerns over Tanzania’s capacity to support own COVID-19 research Family of former PM raises Sh100million amid calls for more funding Companies have...

Why Tanzania health researchers want ‘timely’ approvals to study COVID-19

COVID-19 studies are likely to become irrelevant due to delayed ethical approvals Chief Medical Officer cites logistical challenges in final approvals Tanzania opens...

Tanzania to receive Pfizer vaccines by end of October

  Intensify awareness campaign for jabs offered in two doses: experts More than 3.7 million doses expected via COVAX facility Over 85% of 1...

Tanzania gears up for COVID-19 vaccine in weeks as third wave looms

WHO-Africa confirms government’s request is under process Data reporting doesn’t fuel panic, says Tanzanian expert Variants spreading in neighbouring countries pose third wave...

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...
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