Tanzania, United Republic of

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Healthcare system

Medical facilities are limited, especially outside Dar es Salaam. The local Ministry of Health is working closely with PharmAccess and SafeCare to develop quality improvement proposals, as local healt ...

Health insurance

There is a limited universal healthcare system, but only 25% of the population is covered. ...

Facts and figures

Capital : Dodoma (official), Dar es Salaam (commercial)
Population : 47.6 million
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Healthcare system

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Facts and figures

General InformationSource

Capital : Dodoma (official), Dar es Salaam (commercial)
Population : 47.6 million
Main languages spoken : English, Swahili
Main religion : Christianity, Islam
International dialling code : +255
Internet domain : .tz
Gross National income (GNI) per capita : 1750 US $
WHO 2015

Tourism data

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Population profile

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Healthcare workforce

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Healthcare expenditure

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Healthcare activity

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Health profile

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WHO 2008

Cosmetic surgery

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Metabolic / Bariatric Surgery Worldwide 2011

Medical tourism

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