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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
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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
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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
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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.

University of Washington and Aga Khan University sign agreement to further population health, research, service and education 20

Prince Rahim Aga Khan and Princess Salwa Aga Khan (representing the Aga Khan Development Network), UW President Ana Mari Cauce,

Seattle, USA, 4 March 2019 - The University of Washington today signed a memorandum of understanding with the Aga Khan University to codify partnership activities already underway and to leverage complementary strengths to further expand research, service and education in low- and middle-income countries.

Aga Khan Hospital Laboratory Gets Accreditation from College of American Pathologists 2018-12-11

Aga Khan University Hospital Nairobi
Source: 
www.busiweek.com

NAIROBI – The Aga Khan University Hospital Laboratory, Nairobi, Kenya has been awarded accreditation by the Accreditation Committee of the College of American Pathologists (CAP). The CAP accreditation is a global recognition for the excellence of the services provided by the Hospitals Laboratory.

Aga Khan launches key training programme

Princess Zahra speaking at the Launch of the Oncology Programme of the Aga Khan Hospital, Dar es Salaam 2014-01-27
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www.thecitizen.co.tz

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.

Agha Khan University Hospital invests Ksh600 million to fight cancer

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www.busiweek.com

Aga Khan University Hospital, Nairobi has announced that it has invested more than KES 600 million to become the first hospital in the region to introduce a state-of-the-art technology that will improve the diagnosis and treatment of cancer, heart disease and other diseases.
The Positron Emission Tomography-Computed Tomography (PET-CT) scanner and Cyclotron is the first such scanner in East and Central Africa. It enables physicians to study the body in extraordinary detail, allowing them to diagnose diseases early and plan the most effective course of treatment.

Aga Khan aquires state of the art cancer screening machine

Aga Khan University Hospital, Nairobi, Kenya  2017-12-20

Agha Khan University Hospital. [Photo/softkenya.com]

The Agha Khan hospital has acquired a state of the art cancer screening machine, the first of its kind in Kenya.

This comes in the wake of mounting cases of cancer in the country.
The Positron Emission Tomography (PET) CT scanner and Cyclotron has the ability to detect cancer and specifying its stage.

Agha Khan is expected to launch the machine March next year after training of the staff.
619 million shillings was used to acquire it and its expected to save patients the trouble of traveling abroad in search of screening services.

The AKUH:Turning kenya into global medical hub

Doctors perform an operation at the Aga Khan University Hospital’s Heart Centre. FILE PHOTO | NMG 
Source: 
businessdailyafrica.com

The world watches in bewilderment as the US Senate fumbles all its attempts to revise the American healthcare system and erase former President Obama’s legislative legacy.

Princess Zahra Aga Khan welcomes HE Margaret Kenyatta, First Lady of the Republic of Kenya, to the launch of the cardiology prog

Princess Zahra Aga Khan welcomes HE Margaret Kenyatta, First Lady of the Republic of Kenya, to the launch of the cardiology prog

Princess Zahra Aga Khan welcomes HE Margaret Kenyatta, First Lady of the Republic of Kenya, to the launch of the cardiology programme at the Aga Khan Hospital, Mombasa.

AKDN / Aziz Islamshah

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akdn.org

Tanzania: U.S.$40 Million Set to Expand Aga-Khan Hospital Chains

Stone-laying ceremony of Phase II of the Aga Khan Hospital, Dar es Salaam  2005-03-18
Source: 
allafrica.com

Arusha — The Aga-Khan Hospitals in Dar-es-salaam, Kisumu and Mombasa in Kenya will soon be expanded and upgraded following a financial agreement that has just been signed between the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) and French Co-operation Agency (AFD).

Tanzania: Princess Zahra Launches Modern Lab

Princess Zahra in Tanzania
Source: 
allafrica.com

Dar es Salaam — Princess Zahra Aga Khan on Friday launched the new state-of-the-art medical laboratory and a low-cost inpatient unit at the Aga Khan Hospital here.

The new lab is part of Aga Khan Hospital's expansion project which is estimated to cost around $80 million.

The amount includes an extra $53.5 million as a loan from the French Development Agency. It has also acquired $26.3 million as a grant from the Aga Khan Development Network.

The hospital is set to undergo expansion in its second phase by constructing a new 14,000 square metre wing.

Princess Zahra Aga Khan and Dr. Dorothy Gwajima, Acting Director of Curative Service

Princess Zahra Aga Khan and Dr. Dorothy Gwajima, Acting Director of Curative Service

2017, June 8 - Dar es Salaam, Tanzania - Princess Zahra Aga Khan and Dr. Dorothy Gwajima, Acting Director of Curative Services at the Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children today jointly opened a new state-of-the-art laboratory and a low cost inpatient unit at the Aga Khan Hospital in Dar es Salaam

Aga Khan Hospital opens new State-of-the-Art Laboratory and Low Cost Inpatient Unit 2017-06-08

Princess Zahra Aga Khan with Honourable Ummy Ally Mwalimu in Tanzania  2017-06-08

Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, 8 June 2017 - Princess Zahra Aga Khan and Dr. Dorothy Gwajima, Acting Director of Curative Services at the Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children today jointly opened a new state-of-the-art laboratory and a low cost inpatient unit at the Aga Khan Hospital in Dar es Salaam.

Princess Zahra launches 2nd phase at DaresSalaam Aga Khan Hospital 2016-08-26

Princess Zahra launches 2nd phase at DaresSalaam Aga Khan Hospital 2016-08-26

Princess Zahra Aga Khan at Aga Khan Hospital, DaresSalaam, Tanzania

Tanzania Health Minister Ummy hails Aga Khan Hospital expansion 2016-08-23

Aga Khan Hospital, DaresSalaam, Tanzania
Source: 
dailynews.co.tz

TANZANIA will save 25 billion/- per year from transferring patients to overseas upon completion of a major expansion of the Aga Khan Hospital that will see the health facility develop into a major teaching and tertiary academic medical centre.

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The Minister for Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children, Ms Ummy Mwalimu, said in Dar es Salaam yesterday that the government spends enormous amount of money every year in providing tertiary level treatment to Tanzanians in overseas hospitals.


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