Tanzania

Event
September 7, 2012

The African Network for Strategic Communication in Health and Development (AfriComNet), a network of more than 1,500 strategic communication practitioners from 52 countries, proposes a three-day practicum focused on Interpersonal and Community-based HIV Communication Initiatives

Opportunity
September 6, 2012

The African Network for Strategic Communication in Health and Development (AfriComNet) is organizing a three-day practicum on “Community-based Communication for Comprehensive HIV Prevention: Evidence and Lessons” to be held 12-14 November 2012 in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. The goal

News
September 6, 2012

Tanzania Government and Partners Launch Multi-Year Training Program - Tanzania healthcare workers will learn improved phlebotomy and blood drawing practices through a new initiative led by the Tanzanian Ministry of Health and Social Welfare in partnership with the

Resource
September 4, 2012

Health Care Waste Management in Uganda Fact Sheet

Resource
August 31, 2012

This fact sheet examines how bad laws are obstructing the global HIV response, identifying several areas, including HIV transmission, at-risk populations, women and youth, and access to HIV treatment.

Opportunity
August 31, 2012

The U.S. Embassy in Pretoria is seeking an individual for the position of Public Health Specialist, Provincial Liaison Lead in the PEPFAR Office.

Event
August 31, 2012

The Global Maternal Health Conference (GMHC2013) is a technical conference for scientists, researchers, and policy-makers to network, share knowledge, and build on progress toward eradicating preventable maternal mortality and morbidity by improving quality of care.

Resource
August 31, 2012

POPLINE® contains the world’s most comprehensive collection of population, family planning and related reproductive health and development literature.

News
August 30, 2012

The HIV epidemic has struck prisons and other places of detention around the world with particular severity. International data shows that HIV prevalence among prisoners is between six to fifty times higher than of that of the general adult population.