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Tanzania


 

 Capital

  
 Dodoma

 
 
Estimated population (x 1.000)
  
 40,454
 
 Life expectancy at birth
   
 50
 
 HIV/AIDS Estimates 2007 

    Number of people living with HIV  
    Adults (15 49) HIV prevalence rate (%) 
    Antiretroviral therapy coverage (%)



 1,400,000
 6.2
 31

 Source: WHO Epidemiological fact sheet on HIv and AIDS Tanzania 2008 



PharmAccess Projects 


Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands HIV/AIDS Workplace Program

A follow up of the pilot HIV/AIDS workplace program that ran from 2003 to 2009 in the embassies of 18 African countries hardest hit by HIV/AIDS. The program is now expanded to all countries in the world with a HIV prevalence rate of 1% and higher. The three year program includes awareness and prevention activities as well as treatment. >>read more>>

HIV/AIDS Workplace Program for the Tanzania Police Forces, Prisons Service and Immigration Department
In 2006 PharmAccess started the implementation of a workplace program in the hospitals, health centers and dispensaries of the police and the prisons service in Tanzania. The program will run until 2010 and is funded by the GlobalFund/AMREF and PEPFAR/USAID.
>>read more>>


Support to the National HIV/AIDS Care and Treatment Plan of Tanzania
Commissioned by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands (EKN) in Tanzania, PharmAccess supports the National Aids Control Program (NACP) of Tanzania with the further roll out of HIV/AIDS care and treatment in the country. The project is a follow-up of an earlier project (see below: Technical Assistance to the NCTP of Tanzania) and runs from April 2007 until March 2010. >>read more>>


HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment program of the Tanzania Peoples Defense Forces
PharmAccess has been granted by the President's Emergency Program on AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) to combat HIV/AIDS in the Tanzania Peoples Defense Forces (TPDF). A prevention program targets at 30.000 servicemen and 170.000 civilians. Care and treatment services will be provided in eight military hospitals.>> read more>>


Technical Assistance to the National HIV/AIDS Care and Treatment Plan of Tanzania (NCTP)
In May 2004 the Royal Netherlands Embassy (RNE) in Dar es Salaam has commissioned PharmAccess Foundation to provide technical support to the NCTP, that was initiated and developed under the Clinton Administration.      >>read more>>


Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands HIV/AIDS Workplace Program (
pilot)
In November 2003 PharmAccess Foundation signed an agreement with the Netherlands Ministy of Foreign Affairs to implement an HIV/AIDS workplace policy in the Royal Netherlands Embassies of the 18 African countries hardest hit by HIV/AIDS, including Tanzania. The policy consists of an Awareness and Prevention Program and a Treatment Program.  >>read more>>


SNV Dutch Development Organisation HIV/AIDS Workplace Policy
In June 2004 a contract with SNV was signed for a workplace HAART program in Tanzania and 15 other countries in Africa. >>read more>>


Zain Corporate HIV/AIDS Program
In 2003 PharmAccess Foundation started to develop and implement an HIV/AIDS workplace program for all companies of Zain - formerly known as Celtel International - in 16 countries in Africa, including Tanzania.  >>read more>>

 

 

  

 

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