Management and Development for Health (MDH) is a leading non-profit Tanzanian public health organization that focuses primarily on public health service, education and research in the United Republic of Tanzania. MDH seeks to advance the public health and health care interests of the people of Tanzania through collaboration with the Government of Tanzania, nongovernmental institutions, academic institutions, and the private sector.
MDH works with its collaborators to address key public health problems in Tanzania including HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis, Malaria, and other communicable and non-communicable diseases, as well as maternal, neonatal and child health issues.
Vision A healthy and prosperous society
Mission To address public health priorities through evidence based interventions and partnership
- Contribution to the reduction of HIV/AIDS/TB/Malaria morbidity and Mortality
- Contribute towards improving maternal,newborn and Child health (MNCH)
- Improve food security to reduce malnutrition
- Health system strengthening
- Promote utilization of health information and research for policy and decision making
• Professionalism | • Integrity | • Accountability
MDH at global AIDS 2014 platform
The 20th International AIDS Conference opened in Melbourne, Australia, on 20 July 2014 with powerful range of statements from leading figures in the response to HIV. MDH as one of the leading organization in the fight against HIV, is presented in many ways during this conference. MDH is privileged to showcase various efforts it has supported the Tanzanian MOHSW in addressing public health priorities including HIV/AIDS pandemic. Booth number 316, located in Exhibition center, displays in colorful ways some of the key elements comprising MDH supports Read more...
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The Board of Management and Development for Health (MDH)
Appointed Mr. Emilian Busara as the New MDH Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
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- Muhimbili University of Allied and Health Sciences
- Ministry of Health and Social Welfare
- Harvard School of Public Health
- National AIDS Control programme
- National Bureau of Statistics
- National Resource Center for Prevention of Mother to Child HIV Transmission
- National Institute For Medical Research (NIMR)