What’s New at CCBRT: Digital X-Rays

What’s the first thing that happens in a doctor’s office?

CCBRT Academy: Coming Soon

Every year CCBRT develops human resources for health: Our Maternal and Newborn Health Capacity Building programme provides mentoring, training and guidance to nurses like Ladness in Dar es Salaam. Our expert fistula...

Dr James & Dr Peter: HR for Fistula Care

CCBRT is the largest provider of obstetric fistula care in Tanzania. Learn about HR needs from the hospital’s two FIGO-accredited fistula surgeons.

World Health Workers Week: Meet Ladness

How is our capacity building team training the next generation of #HealthHeroes in Dar es Salaam?

World Health Workers Week: HRH in Tanzania

In honour of World Health Workers Week, celebrated from 1-7 April, we’ll spend this month focused on human resources for health in Tanzania.

No One Left Behind: Expanding Our Eye Services

At CCBRT, we’re known for our vision services, and we’re proud of the high-quality specialised eye services we provide to tens of thousands of patients every year. But for patients like Zuhara, who live outside of the Dar...

Mapping our Impact: Why Do Our Patients Come From...

Last year, our Ophthalmology Department provided more than 70,500 consultations and conducted more than 7,500 surgeries in our main hospital in Dar es Salaam.

Spectacles Experts: Influencing National Standards

CCBRT is not only the largest provider of disability and rehabilitative services in Tanzania; we are a national thought leader in these fields.

CCBRT’s Beginnings: Eye Health


CCBRT’s high-quality, specialised health services span a lot areas. You may have heard about our fistula care on a TV programme or our clubfoot care on the radio; you or a relative may have visited the hospital yourself...

World Glaucoma Week 2018: Meet Zuhara

An estimated 4.5 million people worldwide are blind due to glaucoma, a group of diseases that damage the eye’s optic nerve. CCBRT treats hundreds of glaucoma patients a year to prevent vision loss and blindness. Today, the...