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15 August 2014
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DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania — In an effort to improve maternal health situation and reaching the MDG5 targets, President Jakaya Kikwete launched the ‘Sharpened One Plan’ (2014-2015) to accelerate... Read more
8 May 2014
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The on-going heavy rains associated with strong winds and floods in the country have left several people homeless; women and children being the most affected. The on-going heavy rains associated... Read more
8 May 2014
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It is about 26 months ago when Haji Bakari's daughter Zamzam (not her real name) fell pregnant; she was only 16 years old. Zamzam is now among 20,000 other girls in the developing countries who give... Read more
13 August 2013
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“I will start using long-term family planning methods. I also want to encourage my husband to support me in my decision to use FP methods because it will help us raise a healthy and manageable family... Read more
19 April 2013
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 What does the results of population and census 2012 tell us about the state of Tanzania today How has Tanzania changed in the last decade? This is a question that lingered in many Tanzanians and... Read more
21 November 2012
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Plan your life, Plan your Family, Plan your Future! 14 November, Mkwajuni village, Zanzibar - 2012 SWOP launch Every child comes with a blessing "I believe in having many children, every child... Read more
20 September 2012
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5-6 June 2012 Energized and humorous, DED Kate Gilmore was just on the fourth leg of her trip to Africa with a visit to Tanzania. The key event during this stop was a global consultation on family... Read more
20 September 2012
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Some difficult steps for Diana, who ran away to avoid being mutilated 11 April 2012 The day started off well for 15-year-old Diana Gebo. Her stepmother called and asked her to collect her long-... Read more

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