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The Government of Tanzania launches a decentralized births and deaths registration system for the under-fives in Iringa and Njombe Regions

 The Minister for Constitutional and Legal Affairs Dr. Harrison George Mwakyembe launches the decentralized births and deaths registration system for the under-five cohort in Iringa and Njombe Regions, today. 
The Minister for Constitutional and Legal Affairs Dr. Harrison George Mwakyembe thanks Emmy Hudson Acting Chief Executive Officer of the Registration, Insolvency and Trusteeship Agency (RITA), responsible for the programme.
The Minister for Constitutional and Legal Affairs Dr. Harrison George Mwakyembe (MP) launched the decentralized births and deaths registration system for the under-five cohort in Iringa and Njombe Regions, today. The exercise will benefit more than 200,000 under -five children in these two regions, reducing the backlog of unregistered children and establishing a system for registering all new births in the regions.

The programme brings registration closer to the community by establishing registration points at health facilities, providing reproductive and child health services, and at the community ward executive offices in line with the government policy of decentralization through devolution.  This will enable parents in these two regions to have access to more than 700 registration points. Moreover, there will be more than 1,500 Registration Assistants to support the registration process.