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Tanzania: National Guidelines for Monitoring Medicines Safety

Tanzania Food & Drugs Authority (TFDA), (2010)

Made under Section 5 (c) of the Tanzania Food, Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 2003 | Second Edition


Parliament of the United Republic of Tanzania, (2003)

An Act to provide for the efficient and comprehensive regulation and control of food, drugs, medical devices, cosmetics, herbal drugs and poisons and to repeal the Food (Control of Quality) Act, 1978, the Pharmaceuticals and Poisons Act, 1978 and to provide for related matters.

Health Education and Training (HEAT)

The Open University, (2017)

From this page you can access the modules that form the theoretical training element of the HEAT programme. The thirteen modules cover a wide range of subjects including child and maternal health, hygiene, immunisation, and nutrition. These modules have been created as Open Educational Resources and they can be accessed by anyone in the world, at any time, free of charge. The three maternal health modules: Antenatal Care; Labour and Delivery Care; and Postnatal Care, are also available in Swahili. Some of them are designed for the upgrade training for the Health Extension Worker programme in Ethiopia - it's the official MOH curriculum, and was designed as a year (or more) long distance learning programme.

Strengthening the Health Workforce for Improved Services

USAID, CapacityPlus & PEPFAR, (2015)

Results and Lessons Learned from CapacityPlus 2009-2015

IPC Handwashing Poster. Osha Mikono Yako

USAID; Ministriy of Health Tanzania, et al., (2012)

As part of Tanzania's program to increase infection prevention and control throughout the country, an SBCC strategy was developed. Part of this strategy was the development of a handwashing poster for display.

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