Through partnerships with hospitals, governments, and other development partners, we catalyze country-led change to develop and sustain innovation, develop an education ecosystem, and implement evidence-based care.
In every NEST360-Tanzania facility, our team has installed a bundle of NEST360 Qualified technologies that includes equipment for:
Hydration, Nutrition & Drug Delivery
- Syringe pump
- Phototherapy machine (LED type)
- Oxygen concentrator
- Flow splitter
- BubbleCPAP machine
- Pulse oximeter
- Suction pump
- Radiant warmer
For more information about the NEST360 program in Tanzania, contact:
Phone: +255 222 774 756
P.o. Box 78, 373
Plot 463, Kiko Avenue
Mikocheni, Dar es Salaam
Pre-service and in-service education
We provide pre-service and in-service training packages that help educate clinicians and biomedical technicians to use, maintain, and repair the NEST360 bundle of technologies.
Training for both professions is spread out over one week and covers both theory and hands-on application followed by assessment and certification. By learning together professional silos are broken down, leading to better understanding, respect, and appreciation of each other’s roles.
Participants are typically drawn from NEST implementing facilities, and medical training colleges, as well as teaching institutions, i.e. biomedical engineering department staff.
Category of personnel
*All numbers reported above are cumulative since 2019.
ACCESS NEST360 CLINICAL AND TECHNICAL RESOURCES
Our publicly available clinical and technical education materials are designed to be adapted and embedded in locally-developed in-service and pre-service training courses.
WHERE WE WORK IN TANZANIA
NEST360 is being implemented in 7 hospitals and 1 skills lab in Tanzania. NEST360 skills labs are equipped with qualified technologies where doctors, nurses, clinical officers, and technical staff can learn and practice different newborn care techniques per Kenya’s guidelines. Training includes hands-on learning and real-life application with newborn care equipment.
7 Health Facilities
- Muhimbili National Hospital – Upanga (superhub)
- Amana Regional Referral Hospital
- Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Centre
- Mbeya Zonal Referral Hospital
- Muhimbili National Hospital – Mloganzila
- Mwananyamala Regional Referral Hospital
- Temeke Regional Referral Hospital
1 Skills Lab
- Muhimbili National Hospital – Upanga
OUR PARTNERS IN TANZANIA
We work closely with the Federal Ministry of Health, Dar Es Salaam Institute of Technology, Ifkara Health Institute, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Muhimbilli University of Health and Allied Sciences, Hatch Technologies, and Rice360 Institute for Global Health Technologies.
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