Tanzania District Health Management Activity: Quality Improvement as a Management Practice in the Lindi Region

With marked improvements in care that QI efforts have achieved in Tanzania and other countries, the leadership of the Lindi Region hoped to build Quality Improvement capacities in their district management teams with support from the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare (MoHSW). Supporting the regions and their council health management teams (CHMTs) in strengthening this area of leadership, it is hoped that Tanzania will institutionalize a culture of continuous improvement and be able to track the resulting better health outcome. This flyer also discusses, the objectives of the Tanzania district health management activity under the ASSIST project, the purpose of the Learning Session in Lindi Region, Tanzania, the next steps and what lessons learned have been acuquired thus far. 

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USAID, University Research Co., LLC, Broad Branch Associates; EnCompass LLC; FHI 360; Harvard University School of Public Health; Health Research, Inc.; Institute for Healthcare Improvement; Initiatives Inc.; JHU
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