Hope for Tanzania

Arusha Clinic

Published 16 May 2011

We have just completed our final review of financial forecasts for the Arusha Clinic and are now satisfied that the operating theatre will be viable. It's income will come from carrying out major and minor operations on patients who will be referred from other clinics and surgeries. Initially operations will be carried out on two days a week by a visiting surgeon and anaesthetist. Two nurses and an administrator will provide support to them. Eventually we hope that patients who cannot afford the full fees will be subsidised by those who can. We are thankful to Peter Harris for his considerable help in supporting the Clinic because without him the vision of Felix Masenge would never have become reality. There has been a slight delay in finalising plans but we now expect operations to start within two months.

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