Trainings

TAMA has conducted the following trainings from 2014 to 2016

Type of training Goal/Objective District Council/Region Timeframe Participants trained DONOR
Midwives emergency skills training (MEST) To improve maternal and newborn health service delivery, supporting safe motherhood, and reduced maternal and infant morbidity and mortality in Tanzania 

 

Musoma  District council 18 August 2014 to 7 September 2014 50 participants trained Sanofi
Midwives emergency skills training(MEST) To improve maternal and newborn health service delivery, supporting safe motherhood, and reduced maternal and infant morbidity and mortality in Tanzania  Korogwe District council :24th November to 5th December 2014 50 participants trained Sanofi
Midwives emergency skills training.(MEST) To improve maternal and newborn health service delivery, supporting safe motherhood, and reduced maternal and infant morbidity and mortality in Tanzania  Mtwara District council 16th February to 5th March 2015  50 participants trained Sanofi
Media orientation To orient the media on the roles of Midwives and International Day of Midwives (IDM) Mara 4th  May ,2015 20 participants trained UNFPA
Midwives emergency skills training.(MEST) To improve maternal and newborn health service delivery, supporting safe motherhood, and reduced maternal and infant morbidity and mortality in Tanzania  Mbeya District council 18th May- 4 June 2015 50 participants trained Sanofi
The Value Clarification and attitude transformation (VCAT) Seek to address the role of stakeholders and specifically the health service providers as a pivotal player to embrace women centered choices on their fertility control to reduce morbidity and mortality Dar es Salaam 8-10 June 2015 43 participants trained Marie Stopes
Helping mothers survive (bleeding after birth (HMS BAB)TOT training

 

Improving competencies necessary to prevent, detect and manage PPH to WHO standards Kibaha region 22nd – 23rd July 2015 20 participants trained UNFPA
Helping mothers survive (bleeding after birth (HMS BAB)  improving competencies necessary to prevent, detect and manage PPH to WHO standards Nachingwea and Lindi district 27th– 30th July, 2015 70 participants trained UNFPA
Helping mothers survive (bleeding after birth (HMS BAB) Improving competencies necessary to prevent, detect and manage PPH to WHO standards Shinyanga 4-7 august,2015  60 participants trained UNFPA
Helping mothers survive (bleeding after birth (HMS BAB)  Improving competencies necessary to prevent, detect and manage PPH to WHO standards Mara region 1st to 4th September,2015 60 participants trained UNFPA
Helping mothers survive (bleeding after birth (HMS BAB) Improving competencies necessary to prevent, detect and manage PPH to WHO standards Shinyanga 4-7 January, 2016 60 participants trained UNFPA
Helping mothers survive (bleeding after birth (HMS BAB) Improving competencies necessary to prevent, detect and manage PPH to WHO standards Geita 4-7 January, 2016 60 participants trained UNFPA
Helping mothers survive (bleeding after birth (HMS BAB) Improving competencies necessary to prevent, detect and manage PPH to WHO standards Shinyanga 8-9 January 2016 60 participants trained UNFPA
Helping mothers survive (bleeding after birth (HMS BAB) Improving competencies necessary to prevent, detect and manage PPH to WHO standards Newala and Nachingwea 28-31 March 2016 120 participants trained UNFPA
Abortion related stigma and attitude transformation to Midwives To address attitudinal aspects as well as to equip midwives with knowledge, skills and stigma related to abortion reduction for quality and improved care to women with unsafe abortion Dar es Salaam 18-20 April 2016 30 participants trained Marie stopes
Media orientation To orient the media on the roles of Midwives and International Day of Midwives (IDM) Dar es Salaam 3rd May ,2016 20 participants trained UNFPA
Midwives emergency skills training (MEST) to Midwives To improve maternal and newborn health service delivery, supporting safe motherhood, and reduced maternal and infant morbidity and mortality in Tanzania  Newala 13-16 September 2016 16 participants trained UNFPA
 Midwives emergency skills training (MEST) to Midwives To improve maternal and newborn health service delivery, supporting safe motherhood, and reduced maternal and infant morbidity and mortality in Tanzania  Nachingwea 19-22 September 2016 16 participants trained UNFPA