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HPSS Tuimarishe Afya Project Handover ICT equipment to Boost Community Health Fund Registration in Dodoma region

HPSS Tuimarishe Afya Dodoma Regional Office has handed ICT equipment and office furniture to CHF Regional Office to boost registration and management of improved CHF members in Dodoma region. The equipment worth TZS19,777,750.00 was handed over to Maduka Paul Kessy, Dodoma Regional Administrative Secretary who pleaded to CHF Dodoma Regional team to take good care of the equipment and put them in good to reach the intended goal of the donation. “Make sure that you use these items prudently to facilitate the management of improved CHF in our region”, said Kessy.

Speaking to the event, Dr. Francis Lutalala, CHF Coordinator for Dodoma Region indicated that the donation is fundamental to the management of improved CHF to the region to register the expected number of households.

"So far we have registerd thirteen thousand households therefore those items will enable the regon to register the target fifty thousand households", said Lutalala

 Maduka Kessy, Dodoma RAS (in grey suit) receiving a laptop from Keneth Gondwe, HPSS Tuimarishe Afya

Regional Manager during handover celebration 

Apart from this donation, HPSS Tuimarishe Afya project has been supporting Dodoma region among others to pilot and rollout improved CHF in the region. To present, improved CHF is already in operation in more than ten regions of the country. HPSS Tuimarishe Afya Dodoma Regional Manager Kenneth Gondwe during the event said that “the donation is part of the bigger goal of the project to ensure that all Tanzanians who are not in the formal sector are covered by the improved CHF”.