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Inaccurate and unreliable test results in clinical laboratories have for many years adversely affected people’s health in Tanzania. Since quality health services depend on the accuracy and timeliness of tests, inaccuracy has led to incorrect diagnosis, incorrect treatment and treatment delays,
As part of efforts to reduce the incidence of cervical cancer in Tanzania, TUNAJALI Programme plans to reach 17,262 women through Cervical Cancer Prevention (CECAP) services in its five regions of operation by September 2015. The new TUNAJALI initiative is supported by United States Agency for
TUNAJALI’s Back to Care Initiative that was rolled out to Iramba district, Singida region, has brought back to care 97 per cent of People Living with HIV (PLHIV) who had stopped using HIV Care and Treatment Services.The SEMA Home Based Care Focal Point, Rachel Sedute, says for the implementation of
People living with HIV/AIDS (PLHIVs) group, Muungano, is supporting 10 infected and affected children with HIV/AIDS in Ludewa district, Njombe region. Muungano is one of PLHIV groups supported by TUNAJALI Program formed to improve PLHIVs’ household income, emotional and psycho-social support,
The number of pregnant women accompanied by their spouses to attend antenatal care clinics (ANC) has increased at Usokami Health Centre from 32 in year 2008 to 204 in 2011.  Sister Maria Elisabetta Rosso of Usokami Health Centre in Iringa region, says the increase follows her centre’s
TUNAJALI has managed to reduce HIV Early Infant Diagnosis (EID) results turn-round time from three months to three weeks.The Program’s Prevention from Mother to Child HIV Transmission (PMTCT) Senior Technical Officer, Agnes Kosia, says that the improvement follows TUNAJALI’s deliberate efforts to