The Secretary-General's Office for Regional Administration and Local Government (PMO-RALG) in charge of Dr Doroth Gwajima, speaking to leaders asking them to help mobilize CHF community health insurance when he visited the Chiboli Village Clinic in Chamwino District implementing the registration of Households in the system.
Chiboli Village Clinic nurse, Shija Makeja, explaining how they are cooperating with the existing leadership in mobilizing left-leaning CHF community health insurer is the secretary-general's office of Regional Administration and Local Government (PMO-RALG) in charge of Health .Doroth Gwajima, listening to her.
HPSS project manager Enhance health, Ally Kebby Abdallah, referring to the Government's mission is to create an improved CHF health insurance system to see citizens recognized but the money they donate back to the center.
The Secretary-General's Office for Regional Administration and Local Government (PMO-RALG) in charge of Dr Doroth Gwajima, looking at a tablet showing work schedule at Chiboli village Chamwino district in Dodoma visited to witness the implementation of Household enrollment in the health insurance system of the improved CHF.
The Secretary-General's Office for Regional Administration and Local Government (PMO-RALG) in charge of Dr Doroth Gwajima, urging Chiboli villagers to join the CHF health insurance to enjoy better care when they visit the Chiboli village clinic in Chamwino province. witness the implementation of Household enrollment in the CHF's improved health insurance system.
Secretary General Office of Regional Administration and Local Government (PMO-RALG) in charge of Dr Doroth Gwajima, a Chiboli village resident who specializes in CHF health insurance as it saves her family life in case of a crisis
The government has called on local government leaders in the country to help mobilize the nation to join the CHF community health insurance to get rid of addiction when they do not have mobile money to pay for treatment.
These were noted by the secretary general of the office of the Regional Administration and Local Government (PMO-RALG) in charge of Dr Doroth Gwajima when he visited the Chiboli village clinic in Chamwino district in Dodoma to witness the implementation of the household registration system.
He said the issue of mobilizing the community to join CHF's improved health insurance is not the sole responsibility of health professionals as they are supposed to manage it by village leaders who are the closest to the people.
"This issue for people to join this improved CHF community health insurance is a matter of sharing these village leaders as the village chairman and the village chief executive are the people and the public meetings that this agenda will bring to the easy way" he said. Dr. Gwajima.
Also Dr. Gwajima said that if the village government leaders would cooperate with local health care professionals they would be able to carry the building by handing it to the public and be able to enroll all households in the country in the updated CHF system.
Nurse Nurse Shija Makeja, said that the success of having a large number of CHF community health insurers has come from close collaboration with village government officials.
He said as a result of serving the vast majority of people who use the upgraded CHF they have been able to access self-financing and overcome the challenges of drug shortages that were previously a barrier.
HPSS project manager Improve health, Ally Kebby, said the government's intention is to create an insurance system in which the child will be informed and the money he contributes will be returned to the center.
HPSS project Enhance health is funded by a Swiss development and partnership with the Tanzanian government which has contributed to the development of the IMIS operating system and to training coordinators and coordinators of the country's CHF