Health & Nutrition

Tuesday 18 February 2020



Access to dietary diversified and nutritious food is a longtime dream for villagers in Singida district. Sakina, 33 was born and raised in Sekotoure village in Singida district before she got married as a second wife and moved to Magu district in another region.

Wednesday 11 December 2019

Improving newborn and child survival in Tanzania: Hawa’s story

Ilongero, Singida

Hawa 43, is a mother of 10 children. Her last born Abdulrazzak 18 months is a healthy and happy toddler who survived child birth after being delivered by the road.

Monday 6 August 2018

Afya Bora Project improves maternal and new-born health in Tanzania

Save the Children is implementing Afya Bora Project through integrated Reproductive and Child Health Program (Collaborating Health Promotion and Health Education Unit) in 10 targeted districts in Unguja and Pemba in Tanzania.

Tuesday 18 August 2015


In Tanzania, breastfeeding week was commemorated in Dodoma at the national level however Shinyanga and Lindi hosted such event for the first time ever. Commemorations kicked off on 1st August and culminated on the 7th of August in Kishapu District council.

Tuesday 28 April 2015

Citizens’ Hearing in Tanzania, Tanga 14th - 15th March 2015

How do we Stop Deaths of 8,000 Mothers and 51, 000 Newborn who die every year in Tanzania?...
This was the theme of this year’s White Ribbon Alliance Day (WRA) in Tanzania that is observed annually on the global WRA Day – the 15th of March and one of the key issues discussed in the Citizens’ hearing that was held in Tanga, one of the Coastal regions of Tanzania, within the White Ribbon Week. Women, children from children’s councils and youth participated in discussion on the topic of how central and local governments, development partners and the media could work together with citizens on realisation of this important goal..