Dissemination Meeting: COVID-19 Response in Tabora, Tanzania - CARE

Dissemination Meeting: COVID-19 Response in Tabora, Tanzania

This slidedeck presents lessons from CARE Tanzania’s implementation of COVID-19 response funding in Tabora Region. Close partnership between the Government of Tanzania and CARE enable integrated health systems strengthening support to enable the region to respond to infectious disease threats not limited to COVID-19.

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