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The Guest of Honor in a group photo with the Hon. Ministers and  Heads of UN Agencies

Tanzania commits to embrace the One Health approach

The signatories holding the joint communiqué during the ceremony

Tanzania signs a joint health data collaborative communiqué

Participants during the microplanning workshop

Tanzania prepares to provide vaccination against cervical cancer

Dignitaries proudly showing the STG/NEMLIT. From Left to right: Mr Daudi Msasi, the Chief Pharmacist, Dr. Gavin Surgey from PRICELESS South Africa,  Dr. Mohammed Bakari Kambi, the Chief Medical Officer,  Honourable Ummy Ally Mwalimu, Minister of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children,  Dr. Matthieu Kamwa, WHO Representative a.i, and Dr Mohammed Ali Mohammed, Director, Health Quality Assurance.

Strengthening rational use of Medicines in Tanzania

Hon. Kassim M. Maliwa (MP), the Prime Minister of the United Republic of Tanzania cutting the ribbon to mark the launch of the new UN Dodoma Office. To his right is the WHO Representative, Dr. Matthieu Kamwa, Hon. Amb. Dr. Augustine Mahiga (MP), Minister for Foreign Affairs and East African Cooperation, to his left is Mr. Alvaro Rodriguez, the UN Resident Coordinator holding the ribbon. Standing to the far left and right are government officials and Heads of UN Agencies.

The United Nations in Tanzania launches its new offices in Dodoma

Therapeutic efficacy studies involve microscopic examinations of blood films

Monitoring the efficacy of antimalarial medicines in Tanzania

Media training during the WAAW

World Antibiotics Awareness Week in Tanzania

Reporting back from group work

Building capacity for reducing health inequalities: The Regional GER & SD Workshop kicks off in Tanzania

Official launch of the minilab kits. From Left to right: Dr. Matthieu Kamwa, WHO Representative a.i,; Honourable Ummy Ally Mwalimu, Minister of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children;  Mrs Zaina Thabit, Representative of the Ministerial Advisory Board; Mr Hiiti Sillo, Director General, Tanzania, Food and Drug Authority (TFDA) and Mr Yohana Hebroni, Acting Director, laboratory services, TFDA

Strengthening Medicines Quality Control in Tanzania

Training in session

Raising taxes on tobacco: good for health, good for economies