Tanzania Launches Vital Drug Programme
The medical stores department launched a new medium-term strategic plan which will see all 135 essential medicines being available by March 2018.
Daily News, 5 December 2017
ESSENTIAL medicines availability is set to reach 100 per cent by March, next year, up from the current 80 per cent, the Medical Stores Department (MSD) assured, today. Read more »
Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly, and Children, Dr Mpoki Ulisubisya.
Tanzania: Vital Drugs Glitches for Check
Daily News, 6 December 2017
THE availability of essential medicines is set to reach 100 per cent by March, next year, up from the current 80 per cent, the Medical Stores Department (MSD) assured, yesterday. Read more »
Tanzania: 70% Lack Drugs in Hospital - Study
Citizen, 30 August 2017
70 per cent of Tanzanians, who attended public health facilities last May, didn't get the essential medicine and other medical supplies, a new study shows. Read more »
A government deal with a US drone company, Zipline, will see over 1,000 health facilities in 10 regions receiving medical supplies by air. Etty Kusiluka, communication director for ... Read more »