Tanzanian Health Care Gets Boost from Aga Khan University’s New Nursing/Midwifery Training Facility

Tanzanian Health Care Gets Boost from Aga Khan University’s New Nursing/Midwifery Training Facility

Tanzanian Health Care Gets Boost from Aga Khan University’s New Nursing/Midwifery Training Facility
Mr. Al-Karim Haji, AKU Vice President, Finance and Chief Financial Officer and Dr. Gerd Müller
Tanzanian Health Care Gets Boost from Aga Khan University’s New Nursing/Midwifery Training Facility
Dr. Gerd Müller, German Federal Minister of Economic Cooperation and Development

€1.2 Million (TSh 2.95 billion) Salama House Project Funded by Grant from the Federal Republic of Germany

Dar es Salaam, 31 March 2016 – Aga Khan University opened the new home of its School of Nursing and Midwifery in Dar es Salaam today at Salama House. This state-of-the-art facility will educate nursing and midwifery leaders dedicated to saving lives and improving health care for the people of Tanzania.

Since 2004, AKU has graduated more than 2,100 nurses in East Africa of which 600 are in Tanzania. Notable alumni of AKU include the country’s top nursing official – the Director of the Division of Nursing and Midwifery Services in the Ministry of Health – and the Chair of the Tanzania Nursing and Midwifery Council.

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