Tanzanian Official Urges Govt to Sustain Fight Against Malaria
According to the First Vice President Seifa Sharif Hamad, Zanzibar has been a success story in the fight against malaria. However, he has called on the government and other stakeholders to uphold their efforts.
Daily News, 14 November 2012
THE government and public have been challenged to spare no efforts in ensuring that the achievement recorded thus far in combating malaria in the Isles is maintained. Read more »
Some of the 452 workers who sprayed households in Zanzibar in efforts to control malaria-causing mosquitoes on the island (file photo).
Daily News, 25 October 2012
TANZANIA, with support from the United Nations, has made inroads in achieving Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Read more »
Daily News, 23 October 2012
AHEAD of the official draw for the 2013 Orange Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON), African football stars and heads of state have joined United Against Malaria, pledging to distribute… Read more »
Tanzania: 300 Contracted Malaria in 2010
Daily News, 19 October 2012
A TOTAL of 302 children out of 17,725, below the age of five years, admitted (IDP) to various hospitals and health centres in Kagera Region during 2010 succumbed to malaria. Read more »
Tanzania: Isles' Anti-Malarials Campaign on Track
Daily News, 17 October 2012
ZANZIBAR has successfully campaigned for the use of Affordable Medicines Facility - malaria (AMFm) in Islands, research has indicated. Read more »