CDC has supported MDH initiatives in HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment programs since 2010 with funds from the President’s Emergency Plan for HIV/AIDS Relief (PEPFAR). From 2011 to 2015, CDC funded our large program, Strengthening HIV/AIDS Program Efficiency (SHAPE) project, which increased access to quality HIV/AIDS care and treatment services in Dar es Salaam region.  As of Oct 2013, MDH was funded through MDH Kagera Project to expand our program covering the Kagera region. As of Oct 2015, The MDH Kagera project was expanded to cover Dar es Salaam region and become one of our largest program that serves currently over 120,000 PLHIV accessing Atni-retro viral treatment (ART) to reduce morbidity, mortality as well as HIV transmission.  CDC also funds a Health Information System strengthening project which seeks to strengthen and improve countrywide efficiency of HIV/AIDS services data management and reporting, a project which spans from 2015 to 2020. Visit Website



The NIH of United States funded a 5 years Healthy Options Project (2013-2018), which employs group psychotherapy approach to manage depression among HIV-infected pregnant women in Kinondoni, Ilala and Temeke districts, Dar es Salaam. Visit Website





Pathfinder International collaborates with MDH to implement a Family planning (FP) project (2015-2016) in Dar es Salaam region. The projects aims at improving uptake of FP services by engaging CHWs to conduct household visits to women of reproductive age, provide health education on FP and MNCH services and refer women to health facilities for FP services. Visit Website




sthcSAVE THE CHILDREN (2016 – 2017)
Save the Children who is a primary recipient of Global Fund round 9, collaborates with MDH to implement a two year project targeting to reach general populations, People Living with HIV (PLHIV), TB and MDRTB patients, women of reproductive age and key population in Dar es Salaam, Iringa, Mbeya, Njombe and Shinyanga as well as accelerating TB interventions in Dodoma region. The aim is to achieve universal access to comprehensive HIV prevention, treatment, care and support services in order to significantly minimize the transmission of new HIV and to reduce the incidence by 25% and mortality by 50% of TB and Leprosy by 2020. Visit




The Hansen Family Foundation through the Maternal Health Task Force at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of public healthfunded a 2 years Uzazi Bora project (2012-2014), that aimed at contributing towards improving the quality of maternal health services in Dar es Salaam by addressing disrespectful and abusive care (D&A) during childbirth in health care settings. Visit Website

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