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uzinduzi wa kongamano la siku mbili la wadau wa Afya kujadili hali ya upasuaji nchini





Mkurugenzi wa Global Health kutokea Taasis ya GE, Asha Varghese akizungumzia ushiriki wa Taasis hiyo katika kongamano hilo
Mganga Mkuu wa Serikali Professa Muhammed Bakari akizungumza kwenye uzinduzi wa kongamano la siku mbili la wadau wa Afya kujadili hali ya upasuaji nchini (medical operation).
Wadau mbalimbali wa sekta ya Afya wanaoshiriki kongamano hilo wakifuatilia kwa umakini mjadala uliokuwa unaendelea.

 
Washiriki wa kongamano hilo wakiwa kwenye picha ya pamoja. 
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The Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children and Safe Surgery 2020 officially launch the National Surgical, Obstetrics and Anaesthesia Plan Process.

The Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children (MoHCDGEC) in collaboration with Safe Surgery 2020 officially launched the National Surgical, Obstetrics and Anaesthesia Plan (NSOAP) drafting process by convening Working Groups in Dar Es Salaam.

The Planning process was officially launched by the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Health Tanzania, Dr. Mpoki Ulisubisya, and Ms Asha Verghese- Director, Developing Health Globally at the General Electric Foundation (GE Foundation) and Deputy Permanent Secretary for health at the President’s Office Regional and Local Government (PORALG), Dr. Zainab Chaula the Director of Health and Nutrition services at PORALG, Dr. Ntuli Kapologwe as well as Regional and District Medical Officers.

The need for a National Surgical, Obstetric and Anaesthesia Plan has been informed by various studies highlighting the urgent need to prioritize safe surgery in Tanzania. A study carried out using the WHO Tool for Situational Analysis to Assess Emergency and Essential Surgical Care in 2012 found that the average travel distance for patients receiving surgical care is 119 km in Tanzania.1 


The Lancet Commission on global surgery recommends that by the year 2030, 80% of the population should have access to emergency surgical care within 2hrs. However, the current proportion of Tanzania’s population that cannot access surgery within two hours is unknown.

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