A SMALL percentage of children with spina bifida and hydrocephalus get treatment in the country, condemning them to a life of dependency on others as they grow.
DURING President Jakaya Kikwete's visit to China, the government broke a decade old ban on protocol of providing motorcades to visiting dignitaries, by escorting the president from the airport to a state guesthouse.
THE Minister of State in the Prime Minister’s Office (Regional Administration and Local Government), Ms Hawa Ghasia has advised social security schemes to rethink the conditions laid out for members to access housing loans.
MORTALITY is reportedly higher at night in hospitals due to a chronic shortage of nurses and those available are usually too stretched to provide proper care.
EAST African Legislative Assembly (EALA) Member from Tanzania, Ms Shy-Rose Bhanji, has strongly refuted allegations which have been posted against her in various social media networks, as well as in the New Times Edition of Rwanda on Friday.
GOVERNMENT has been urged to allocate sufficient funds for agricultural research and development instead of depending on development partners.
THE University of Dar es Salaam College of Engineering and Technology has launched a hydro power centre to serve as a one stop shop for all issues related to small scale hydropower development in Tanzania.
INCIDENCES of early pregnancies and gender-based violence (GBV) in Rukwa and Singida regions have been reported to decrease considerably over the past three years, compliments to the Tanzanian Men as Equal Partners (TMEP) project.
IT is estimated that slightly over one million children aged between nine months to 15 years in Kagera Region received measles and rubella vaccinations, indicating a 90 per cent success, Kagera Regional Medical Officer (RMO), Dr Thomas Rutachunzibwa has disclosed.