Hope for Tanzania

Update on Arusha Clinic

Published 13 March 2011

We heard today that progress in setting up the Arusha Clinic to carry out minor operations has slowed and it is still not ready to start them. This is partly to do with the severe electricity cuts which have been a feature of life in Arusha for the last six weeks. It is also due to a lack of skilled people to work through the issues that remain. We are awaiting an updated inventory of consumables and drugs that are needed for the initial start-up phase so that we can fully work out the economics of the theatre and advise on reasonable ongoing stock levels so that the theatre will be financially viable.


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