• Mobile midwives reach women in remote areas

  • Supporting health workers around the globe

  • New primer explores how to steward the private sector for family planning

  • A critical platform in Tanzania’s health system

    Maureen Ogada-Ndekana talks about the importance of accredited drug dispensing outlets and how we are supporting them. 

    Maureen
    Ogada-Ndekana
    SHOPS Plus Tanzania Chief of Party

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