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Aga Khan establishes premium service unit 2020-07-22

The Aga Khan University Hospital
Source: 
.businessdailyafrica.com

The Aga Khan University Hospital has introduced a premium outpatient facility where patients will pay Sh6,000 to see a consultant doctor.

The Sh55 million Peponi Executive and Specialty Clinic located in Westlands will house consultants and comes equipped with diagnostic machines, a laboratory and pharmacy.

The Sh6,000 consultancy fee is nearly triple what the hospital charges for visits to general doctors, but nearly matches what private consultants charge for specialised services.

Tanzania: Aga Khan Opens 345m/-Health Facility in Kibaha 2020-07-17

Tanzania: Aga Khan Opens 345m/-Health Facility in Kibaha
Source: 
allafrica.com

RESIDENTS of Kibaha District and its environs are expected to get better healthcare services, after the Aga Khan Health Services (Tanzania), opened a 345m/-facility.

It is the first Aga Khan Polyclinic Health Centre in the town which will enable citizens to access quality, safe and affordable services.

The Head of Primary Medical Center in Dar es Salaam, Coast and Eastern Zone, Mr Shakir Bandari said the Aga Khan has invested $ 150,000 (about 345m/-), to build a modern system of providing Radiology services (PACS) and access to specialists through electronic/network--tele consultation.

Aga Khan arrives in Dar for two-day visit

Aga Khan arrives in Dar for two-day visit

President John Magufuli (left) receives His Highness the Aga Khan at State House, Dar es Salaam, for talks on October 11, 2017. photo | courtesy

AGA KHAN HEALTH SERVICE, TANZANIA AND AFD SIGN AN AGREEMENT TO ESTABLISH AN INFECTIOUS DISEASE UNIT IN DAR ES SALAAM AND MWANZA

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Source: 
IPPMedia

Aga Khan Health Service, Tanzania and French Development Agency (AFD), in presence of the French Ambassador and Resident Representative of AKDN signed a €300,000 grant agreement to establish infectious diseases units in Dar es Salam and Mwanza; an initiative undertaken by the Aga Khan Health Service, AFD and other partners.

The Aga Khan Hospital Tanzania - Vision & Mission 2020-04-10

Aga Khan Hospital DaresSalaam Tanzania
Source: 
travelguide.co.tz/ Tanzania in your Pocket

Vision

To be the premier, teaching and tertiary healthcare system in Tanzania.

Mission

To provide accessible, high quality, cost effective health care services to the people that we serve.

5 PILLARS – Quality, Education, Continuum of care, Access, Partnerships.

Highlight of Aga Khan Health Service, Tanzania

Prince Rahim visits East Africa to evaluate AKDN’s response to environmental sustainability and climate change 2020-03-07

r Azim Lakhani, Diplomatic Representative of the AKDN in Kenya, Princess Salwa, Prince Rahim, and Mrs Shamira Dostmohamed, Presi

In early March, Prince Rahim, accompanied by his wife, Princess Salwa, visited Kenya and Tanzania, to better understand the plans and responses of the various institutions and agencies of the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) towards environmental sustainability and climate action.

Prince Rahim’s visit to Kenya took place in his capacity as Chair of the AKDN Environment and Climate Committee (ECC), which was recently established to develop a policy framework on priorities related to the environment and climate change for implementation by AKDN globally.

Princess Zahra arrives in DaresSalaam 2019-03-08

Princess Zahra at Darkhana Jamat Khana, DaresSalaam, Tanzania  2019-03-08
Source: 
ismaili.net

2019, March 8: Princess Zahra Aga Khan has arrived in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania (here near Darkhana JK) for the Inauguration of the Phase II of the Aga Khan Hospital, tomorrow around 10 AM. Yesterday she had meetings in Nairobi , Kenya at the Aga Khan University Hospital.

Tanzania, partners sign 14.8 mln USD deal to improve cancer care 2019-12-17

Signing ceremony held at Ocean Road Cancer Institute
Source: 
xinhuanet.com AFRICA

DAR ES SALAAM, Dec. 16 (Xinhua) --Tanzanian government and its two partners, the Aga Khan Health Services and the French Development Agency, on Monday signed a 13.3 million Euros (about 14.8 million U.S. dollars) grant agreement and Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to improve cancer care in the east African nation.

The funding will be run by the Tanzania Comprehensive Cancer Project (TCCP), an innovative public-private project aimed at enhancing cancer care in Tanzania.

Amb.Liberat Mfumukeko, Secretary General of the East African Community and Ex-OfficioMember of Parliament met H.H. The Aga Khan

Amb.Liberat Mfumukeko, Secretary General of the East African Community and Ex-OfficioMember of Parliament met H.H. The Aga Khan

2016, November 11: Amb.Liberat Mfumukeko, Secretary General of the East African Community and Ex-OfficioMember of Parliament met H.H. The Aga Khan who agreed to upgrade Dar hospital to 600 beds and extend AKDN Hospitals & Universities to all countries across the region.

The Secretary General of the EAC was in Brussels for a funding meeting at the EU Commission.

Mtanya Matuja: The partnership between AFD and the AKDN

Courtyard of the Aga Khan Hospital Phase II, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. AKDN / Aly Z. Ramji
Source: 
akdn.org

In March 2019, Princess Zahra Aga Khan and the Prime Minister of Tanzania, Hon. Kassim Majaliwa launched the completion of the second phase of a US$ 79.8 million (TZS 183 billion) expansion of the Aga Khan Hospital in Dar es Salaam, which will enable the institution to serve over one million patients each year. The expansion was funded by a US$ 53.5 million (TZS 134 billion) loan from the French Development Agency (Agence Française de Développement - AFD) and a US$ 26.3 million (TZS 58 billion) contribution from the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN).

Africa: Aga Khan Building Capacity for E. Africa Healthcare Professionals 2019-03-12

Princess Zahra with Prime Minister Majaliwa for Phase 2 of DaresSalaam Hospital   2019-03-09
Source: 
allafrica.com

There is need for capacity building Tanzania health sector to increase the number of healthcare practitioners as well as the quality of medical equipment and facilities as well. Short of increasing and improving the number of healthcare providers, then the country will continue to suffer grave loss of manpower due to pervasiveness of otherwise treatable diseases.

Tanzania: Allocate Land to Aga Khan, PM Orders Dodoma City Directo 2019-03-11

Princess Zahra Aga Khan at the Launch of the  Oncology Program at Aga Khan Hospital, DaresSalaam  2009-02-19
Source: 
The Citizen, allafrica.com

Dar es Salaam — Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa has directed the Dodoma City Council executive director to allocate land specifically for the Aga Khan Development Networks (AKDN) to invest in a bid to, among other things, help the country achieve universal health coverage.

The Premier issued the directive yesterday during the inauguration of the Sh192-billion worth expanded (Phase II) Aga Khan Hospital building in Dar es Salaam, insisting that the government wanted to keep on working closely with the Network to enhance improvement in various key sectors.

Majaliwa: We’re confident of performance of Aga Khan Development Network

Princess Zahra Aga Khan attended in Dar es Salaam, the Inauguration of the Phase II of the Aga Khan Hospital  2019-03-09
Source: 
thecitizen.co.tz

Dar es Salaam. The government is confident of the performance of over 100 years of the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) in economic, social and cultural arenas in Tanzania.

Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa has said that said today March 9, 2019 during the inauguration of the Sh192 billion (Phase II) expansion building of the Aga Khan Hospital-Dar es Salaam that the government would continue to work closely with the network to enhance improvement in all key sectors.

Princess Zahra inaugurates Phase II of The Aga Khan Hospital, Dar es Salaam 2019-03-09

The R.H. Kassim M. Majaliwa (MP), Prime Minister of the United Republic of #Tanzania, and Princess Zahra  2019-03-09

The Aga Khan Hospital, Dar es Salaam - Phase II will be inaugurated on Saturday 9 March 2019 in the presence of Princess Zahra and His Excellency, the Honourable Kassim M. Majaliwa (MP), Prime Minister of the United Republic of Tanzania.

Tanzania: Aga Khan Launches Key Training Programme 2018-11-23

The AKSON and Midwifery academic head, Dr Columba Mbekenga, speaks during the launch of Respectful Maternity PHOTO Bakari Kiango
Source: 
allafrica.com

Dar es Salaam — The Aga Khan School of Nursing and Midwifery has initiated a training programme--Respectful Maternity Care--with a view to providing skills to nurses, midwives and clinical officers in public hospitals, dispensaries and health centres.

The programme was launched yesterday with more than 50 trainees including nurses, midwives and clinical officers from Ilala and Temeke district councils in Dar es Salaam city.

Tanzania: Government Commends Aga Khan for Development Projects 2018-12-03

H.H. The Aga Khan meets with President John P. Magufuli of Tanzania   2018-04-04
Source: 
allafrica.com

Dar es Salaam — The government of Tanzania has yet again hailed development projects that Prince Karim Aga Khan has been initiating through his various institutions established in the country.
Through the projects many Tanzanians have benefited from health care services, education, agriculture and even employment.

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Princess-Zahra-in Dar-es-Salaam

Princess Zahra speaking at the Aga Khan Hospital, DaresSalaam, Tanzania 2018-11-08

Hazar Imam

Hazar Imam

His Highness the Aga Khan meeting with His Excellency President of the United Republic of Tanzania John P. Magufuli.
AKDN / Zahur Ramji 2017-10-12


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