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Comprehensive Analytical Profile: Tanzania

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This analytical profile provides a health situation analysis of the Tanzania and, coupled with the Factsheet, it is the most significant output of the African Health Observatory. The profile is structured in such a way to be as comprehensive as possible. It is systematically arranged under eight major headings:
1. Introduction to country context
2. Health status and trends
3. Progress on the Health-Related MDGs
4. The Health System
5. Specific Programmes and Services
6. Key Determinants
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Statistical profile
Introduction to Country Context
Health Status and Trends
Progress
Progress on SDGs
The Health System
Health system outcomes

Information is the pillar of any system, to enable it to operate efficiently and effectively. Availability and accessibility of health information is crucial for generating a knowledgeable and healthy community. However, for information to be valuable it should be reliable, complete, timely and accurate. In the United Republic of Tanzania, health information and evidence is generated through two major channels.

One channel involves data at population level, which includes:

Leadership and governance
Community ownership and participation
Partnerships for health development
Health information, research, evidence and knowledge

Information is the pillar of any system, to enable it to operate efficiently and effectively. Availability and accessibility of health information is crucial for generating a knowledgeable and healthy community. However, for information to be valuable it should be reliable, complete, timely and accurate. In the United Republic of Tanzania, health information and evidence is generated through two major channels.

One channel involves data at population level, which includes:

Health financing system
Service delivery
Health workforce
Medical products, vaccines, infrastructures and equipment
General country health policies
Universal coverage
Specific Programmes and Services
HIV/AIDS
Tuberculosis
Malaria
Immunization and vaccines development
Child and adolescent health
Maternal and newborn health
Gender and women's health
Epidemic and pandemic-prone diseases
Neglected tropical diseases
Non-communicable diseases and conditions
Key Determinants
Risk factors for health
The physical environment
Food safety and nutrition
Social determinants



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