How Can Tanzania Achieve Universal Healthcare Coverage?
In Tanzania, only about 30% of people have access to health insurance, according to current government data. Now, health advocacy organizations have gathered in Dar es Salaam to consider ways to achieve universal healthcare coverage.
Citizen, 29 August 2017
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Patients at the Kisiwani Mandagerenge Dispensary in Rukwa Region.
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