Specialized facilities in Health sector

In Tanzania there is still inadequate health care facilities and skilled health care workforce.

Specialized health care facilities have seen the country improve its performance in the health sector through delivery of better services.

Tanzania’s development plan of 2011-16 with emphasis on improving health services and strengthen the management of health care system.

Specialized facilities in Health sector have been summarized to include the following

Children’s Clinics

Maternity Hospitals in Dar es Salaam

Optical Centres

 

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Specialized Facilities in Health Sector

Specialized facilities provide support to the growth of health sector through specializing in a particular section of health.

The following are the specialized facilities in Rwanda;

Children’s Clinics in Kigali

Rwanda Maternity Hospitals

Optical Centers in Kigali

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Specialized Facilities in Health Sector

In Uganda there is a shortage and maldistribution of medically trained health professionals. These are important reasons why cost-effective maternal and child health (MCH) services are not available to over half the population of Uganda and progress towards the Millennium Development Goals for MCH is slow.

Optimising the roles of less specialised health workers (‘task shifting’) is one strategy to address the shortage and maldistribution of more specialised health professionals.

Specialised Health care facilities in Uganda have seen the country improve its performance in the health sector through delivery of quality services.

The following are the key specialised facilities

Kampala Children Health Centers

Maternity Clinics

Optical Centres in Kampala

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