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Community of Volunteers for the World (CVM) – Comunità Volontari per il Mondo) AIDS Partnership with Africa (APA)

Submitted by Web Master on 12 March 2021

CVM/APA is an Italian non-profit organization with over 30 years of experience in the implementation of development projects in Africa and Asia, most of them are related with water and sanitation, HIV/AIDS, Promoting local association, gender equality and microcredits.

World vision Tanzania

Submitted by Web Master on 11 March 2021

Tanzania has experienced significant economic growth over the last decade. Although the poverty rate in the country has declined, the absolute number of poor has not because of the high population growth rate. As a result, children still face many challenges including violence, malnutrition, poor healthcare and education and other basic services.


Submitted by Web Master on 11 March 2021

Sikika is a non-governmental organization, its history dates back from 1999. The organization has transformed from working on matters related to youth in reproductive health to broader fundamental health outcomes in areas of Health Governance and Finance, Human Resources for Health, Medicines and Medical Supplies and HIV and AIDS.

The new five-year strategic plan (2019 – 2023) is duly informed by the strategic plan 2016 - 2020. It has two programmes, which are the public finance management and the traditional health governance program.

Health Spending In Tanzania Is Still Far Less Than What Is Recommended By The World Health Organisation

Submitted by Web Master on 29 June 2012

Tanzania's health spending is still far less than what is recommended by the World Health Organisation (WHO), stakeholders were told today at a policy debate in Dar es Salaam.

Speaking at the breakfast event organised by the Policy Forum, Dr. Flora Kessy of the Mzumbe University said that the WHO has recommended a per capita health spending of US$54 and the government’s own target is as outlined in the third Health Sector Strategic Plan (HSSP III) was a per capita health spending of US$ 15.75 by 2009/10 but this has not been met.

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