Names of Healthcare Professionals Called for Work at TIM CHIP (World Bank Project)

The development objective of the Maternal and Child Health Investment Program for Tanzania is to scale up the provision and improve the quality of essential health care services, with a focus on maternal and child health.

The program will support the government program which aims to improve the provision and quality of reproductive, maternal, newborn, child, adolescent health, and nutrition (RMNCAH-N) services.

The program is particularly aligned with the country partnership framework (CPF’s) focus area 2: boost human capital and social inclusion – a life cycle approach to human development challenges.

The program will focus on improving primary health care (PHC) results with a focus on RMNCAH-N and service delivery, especially in rural areas, with emphasis on improving coverage and quality of health services.

2023 Project Funds

Total project cost includes funding from World Bank and non-bank sources in US$ 275.0 millions. Active and Closed projects show current commitments. Proposed (pipeline) and dropped projects show the forecast amount. The commitment amount for projects in the pipeline is indicative and may be modified during the project preparation.

Borrower refers to the Borrower of a Loan or Recipient of a Grant.

”Fiscal Year” is the fiscal year in which the project was approved (or dropped if the status is dropped). The World Bank’s fiscal year is from July 1 – June 30. For example, a fiscal year of 1996 corresponds to July 1, 1995 – June 30, 1996.

Names of Healthcare Professionals Called for Work 2024

Please download the PDF file below to view the full list of applicants invited to participate in the Maternal and Child Health Investment Program for Tanzania 2024 project, funded by the World Bank.

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