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Started: June 2014 / Ended: June 2019

MCSP worked with the Government of Tanzania (GoT) and in-country partners to expand access to high-quality reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health services (RMNCH). By helping to introduce and scale up high-impact, sustainable interventions, we increased utilization of services across the continuum of care — from the hospital to the community, and from pre-pregnancy through postnatal care. MCSP also supported health systems strengthening, HIV/RMNCH integration, and pre-service education.

In Kagera and Mara regions, we collaborated with partners to improve the coverage, quality and sustainability of a fully integrated package of services. And throughout the country we provided immunization services (Kagera, Simiyu and Tabora); addressed cervical cancer prevention (Iringa and Njombe regions); and scaled up comprehensive emergency obstetric and newborn care, and postpartum IUD services (Zanzibar). In total, the program covered 225 health facilities.

To read a summary of work in Tanzania, click here.

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Country Data

MCSP analyzed coverage disparities across RMNCH indicators for MCSP program countries. Click below for country-specific data.

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Tanzania 2018 Graph
Source: USAID’s 2018 “Acting on the Call” report