Hope for Tanzania

New Home for Clinic Equipment

Published 26 January 2013

Finally we have found a home for the anaesthetic and surgical equipment that was donated for use in the Arusha Clinic, which we set up last year. Remember that the clinic had to close soon after opening as it could not meet the minimum size requirements required by government legislation, which was changed in early 2012. The equipment has been donated to Buguruni Anglican Health Centre in Dar which is run by CMS. Our friend Simon Walton is an ex patriot doctor who is currently director of this centre. An operating theatre is in the process of being set up so we are delighted that patients in Dar will soon benefit from improved medical care.

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