Global Giving end of the year fundraising for lifesaving programs in Mwanza, Tanzania
Tanzania Rural Health Movement runs the following projects
- Street Medicine Project- This project focuses to provide healthcare services to underserved population living in and on streets across Mwanza region. The project conducts outreach every Saturday morning and with support from medical dispensary they get free healthcare services, health education and meals
- Mwanza Community First Response Project- This project provides emergency care services to the communities across the region who have involved in road traffic accidents and other medical incidents where any person who needs help can call a toll free number 0800 750 112 and the first responders can respond within a golden time.
- Bisou Bailey Medical Dispensary Project- This project increases access to healthcare services to the underserved and general communities. The facility provides care to a population around 10,000 who resides in about 3,500 households. The facility attends an average of 92 patients per month. The services provided includes medical consultation, laboratory, pharmacy, minor surgeries, reproductive and child health services.
Inorder to increase operation efficiency of our programs we need to have a dedicated ambulance van for transporting patients with emergency conditions under community first response program also to support the first responders to reach areas which cant reach by motorcycles.
The role of volunteers will be to review the fundraising essay as well as to support to get donations to support the good cause during Giving Tuesday on 30th November, 2021 and Monthly Donor Drive from 13th-17th December, 2021.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Tanzania Rural Health Movement
P.o.Box 2953,Mwanza, Kangaye/Nyasaka-Ilemela, Mwanza, Mwanza 255, TZ
Tanzania Rural Health Movement works to establish model healthcare services by continually providing and improving innovative hands-on medical services in all its endeavors in Tanzania.
Tanzania Rural Health Movement is a registered non-profit community-based organization based in Mwanza, Tanzania. Our focus is on provision of health services, health research and environmental sustainability and health.
Tanzania Rural Health Movement (TRHM) has been in operation since 2014, originally founded by a medical student Marko Hingi with support from his fellow students at the Catholic University of Health and Allied Sciences-Bugando, Mwanza.
Tanzania Rural Health Movement aims to establish and improve health interventions that meet major public health challenges facing Mwanza, the second biggest city in Tanzania. For the past few years, TRHM has worked on small projects such as the Open Access for All Project, as well as larger projects such as Mwanza Community First Response Project, which focuses on providing free pre-hospital care services in partnership with fire fighters, motor taxi drivers and police officers.
We have managed to reach a thousands of underserved population through Street Medicine Program outreaches and recently we have opened a medical dispensary in six months’ time since inception we have managed to attend 981 clients including 304 clients at reproductive and child health clinics and 167 street connected children and elderly people across the Mwanza Region.
This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.
October 29, 2021
- Donor Management
- Grant Writing / Research