Short Courses

Research Methodology Training Course

Financing and Financial Management of the District Health Services Course (DHS)

Quality Improvement and Leadership in Health Systems and Services Course

Monitoring and Evaluation of HIV/AIDS Course

Data Management Course

Ethical Issues in African Health Research Course

Paediatrics Tuberculosis Course

Introductory Epidemiology and Biostatistics

Genetic Epidemiology

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Research Projects

Leadership Initiative for Public Health in Africa (LIPHEA)

LIPHEA formed a One Health initiative called OHCEA bringing together 14 schools of public health and veterinary medicine in the East, Central and Eastern Africa region in six countries including Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, Ethiopia and Rwanda. Country Coordinating Committees continued to hold regular meetings and to prepare sensitization workshops as well as launching of ONE HEALTH in Tanzania. A regional meeting was held in Addis Ababa 25th – 27th March 2013.for Focal persons to review progress and to plan for the third year of the project.

  Pathways to adolescent health and livelihoods in Tanzania

(Youth Health Corp project – YHC)

The main objective of the project is to recruit young adults aged 18- 26 years with a minimum form IV education to be trained nationally, certified and employed as paramedical healthcare workers to provide prevention, care and treatment services for the integrated management of adult and child illnesses. During the reporting period the project was following up policy implications of the CHW work. Following the Bagamoyo stakeholders meeting on CHWs in Tanzania a task force was formed to carry forward the training and deployment of CHWs in Tanzania. The task force has met once in March and formulated terms of reference to ensure that the cadre is in place before 2015

 MUHAS-Harvard Public Health Informatics Training Program

Due to limited funding the project was closed while its activities and staff were absorbed by ICOHRTA and GID and Informatics provided technical support. Activities are therefore being reported under ICOHRTA

 Building Capacity for HIV/AIDS Human Resources at the MuhimbiliUniversity of Health and Allied Sciences (MUHAS) School of Public Health in the United Republic of Tanzania under the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR)

The focus of this cooperate agreement is to enhance the Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences (MUHAS) School of Public Health and Social Science (SPHSS) ability to contribute to the development of the Tanzanian Health Care system through its trainings in the field of public health.

DAR Cohort Study

To establish and maintain a health and demographic surveillance system for the study of environmental exposures among residents of all ages in DSM region Demographic Surveillance System (DSS) has been established in the Ukonga ward with coverage of a nearly 100,000 residents in more than 20 households


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