The Tanzanian German Programme to Support Health (TGPSH) is a bilateral development cooperation programme between the United Republic of Tanzania and the Federal Republic of Germany. TGPSH was launched in 2003 and supports Tanzania's Health Sector Reform in a Sector Wide Approach (SWAp). The German organizations GIZ (technical cooperation) and KfW (financial cooperation) contribute to TGPSH. We work closely with a range of Tanzanian governmental and non-governmental institutions and assist the government’s health sector. We provide policy, strategy and technical advice to relevant public and private sector institutions and offer tailor made Capacity development.
Our Objective: Important preconditions for equal and sustainable access to quality health services are in place.
Using a multi-level approach (national, regional and district), we have contributed to: enhanced management capacities in health financing, quality improvement in the health system and cooperation with the private sector and civil society organizations at national level and also at regional and district levels within the four supported regions of Lindi, Mbeya, Tanga and Mtwara.
We offer services to our partners in five key areas of health systems strengthening:
For detailed information about our work, read our factsheets and key documents.
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