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MoTeCH – Saving mothers and babies through mobile technology

MoTeCH explores the potential for health service benefits of information technology even though little research has been done on the feasibility of utilizing mobile phone technology for reforming routine health information operations and improving community health care worker efficiency and health service effectiveness.

Stories of blood donations -From Mara to other African countries

I met the excited group of representatives of blood transfusion service entities of five African countries, fresh from a tour of Mwanza and Mara, gathered at their Tanzanian counterpart offices in Dar es Salaam, mid-September, where they had a debriefing session.

The days we helped pregnant rural women with domiciliary midwifery

Enforcing rights and ensuring access to health services for Rural Women

Rural woman play a critical role in the rural economies of both developed and developing countries. 60% of all Sierra Leonean women live in rural areas.

Kilimanjaro urges the government to be accountable so that mothers can live

Recently, I was privileged to participate in the 2013 White Ribbon Day celebrations in Kilimanjaro Region, and I congratulate the Kilimanjaro Region White Ribbon Alliance Tanzania (WRATZ) members as well as the Moshi Municipal which supported the event to a great extent.