World Cerebral Palsy Day: Training Creates a...

On World CP Day, learn how trainings at CCBRT help create a community of support between parents of children with CP


Cleft at CCBRT: Meet Issa

When Issa was born, his family’s neighbours told his mother that his disability was a result of witchcraft.


How CCBRT Took the Fight to #EndFistula to Kagera

In May, we introduced you to our fistula awareness raising team, who believe that “if you don’t know that treatment exists, you can’t access it.”


New Private Clinic 101

We’re excited to announce that after three years of construction, our new Private Clinic building will open this month.


“We are Bringing Back Hope”: Meet Nurse Ansila

Nurse Ansila Kituli is the In-Charge of CCBRT’s Orthopaedics Outpatient Department (OPD).


Life After Fistula: Meet Khadija

This month, we’ve told you about the causes and treatment of obstetric fistula; about how we work with our partner facilities across Tanzania to provide fistula treatment for women like Shangwe; and about how we’re raising...


International Day to End Obstetric Fistula 2018:...

“Fistula inatibika,” read the matching shirts proudly worn by CCBRT staff and obstetric fistula patients throughout our Dar es Salaam hospital yesterday. In English: “Fistula is treatable.”

Why the coordinated attire?...


Get the Facts: Answering 5 Fistula FAQs

Never heard of obstetric fistula? You’re not alone. Lack of awareness is one of the main barriers to treatment faced by women with the condition. Today, we’re answering five frequently asked questions about fistula.

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Filling the Human Resources for Health Gap: CCBRT...

In our blogs this month, we’ve told you about how, with less than 0.5 doctors per 1,000 people, Tanzania faces a serious human resources for health (HRH) shortage. We’ve also told you what we’re doing about it, from traini...


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...