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Survival of mothers and babies as: an election agenda in Tanzania

Maternal and newborn health has never been higher up the global agenda, but is Tanzania doing enough?

Make mothers and babies a priority

I am typing this with less than a week to the 2015 general elections in Tanzania. It is one of its kind-- there is more citizen’s interest and involvement in the campaigns at all levels. Voters will elect the President, Members of Parliament and Councillors.

Employ more midwives, implement Drug Revolving Fund — Health group urges Bauchi govt

MamaYe youth activists in Bauchi State are lending their voices to help improve the health of pregnant women and newborns, they are also getting awarded for that contribution. They are featured in this news!

Gombe Assembly sets priority on health sector

Although every government make promises to improve the health sector, the MamaYe accountability mechanism in Gombe will ensure that policy makers stick to, and fulfil their promises.

Budgeting: Zero vs Incremental method

What you need to know about Zero-Based Budgeting, which is now replacing the method of Incremental Budgeting that Nigeria has used for long, and its implication especially for the Ministry of Health.

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