49 MDH Tanzania Job Vacancies December 2023, Management and Development for Health (MDH) is a non-profit, non-governmental organization whose primary aim is to contribute to address public health priorities of the people of Tanzania and the world at large. These priorities include: communicable diseases such as HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria; Reproductive, Maternal, New- born and Child health (RMNCH); Nutrition; Non-Communicable Diseases of public health significance; as well as Health System Strengthening. MDH strongly believes in and works in partnership with various local and global institutions, Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children (MOHCDGEC); President’s Office Regional Authorities and Local Government (PORALG); donor agencies; academic and non-academic institutions; implementing partners; civil society, community-based and faith-based organizations and others.
49 MDH Tanzania Job Vacancies
In Dar es Salaam, MDH supports the Government of Tanzania through the Municipal councils of Dar es Salaam City Council; Temeke, Kinondoni, Kigamboni and Ubungo Municipal Councils Together with Amana, Mwananyamala and Temeke Regional Referral Hospitals in implementation of the program on HIV/AIDS (PLWHA). In order to strengthen the care and treatment of PLWHA in Dar es salaam, MDH on behalf of the above-mentioned Municipal Councils and Regional Referral Hospitals seeks to employ the following staff;
Management and Development for Health (MDH) jobs in Tanzania. Ajira na Nafasi za kazi Management and Development for Health (MDH). Get all Management and Development for Health (MDH) jobs, reviews, hiring trends, salaries, work environment, job security, work-life balance, management, culture, and more. MDH’s core business encompasses design, implementation and evaluation of programs and research in Communicable diseases, Chronic non-communicable diseases, Reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health, Nutrition, Health Information Systems, Health System Strengthening and others. A collaborative approach demonstrated by the Health Information System Development and Systems Integration Support Project is a great example of how key institutions function and interact for a common goal. For instance, now there is a single national database (CTC3) used as a resource to allow uniform data for HIV services across the country for all stakeholders.