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IHI is best known for its work on malaria. However, we focus on all health challenges identified as important by the Tanzanian government and the people living in communities near each of the IHI facilities.
While IHI’s primary mission continues to be research, development of human capacity within and beyond the institute has always been valued and is recognized as an essential component of innovation and institutional growth.
IHI offers a number of dedicated premium services to projects, staff, policy-makers and the general public. They range from archiving study data to useful information that may affect the lives of the partners it works with.
We offer a unique accredited Masters of Science in Public Health Research (MScPHR) in collaboration with the Nelson Mandela African Institution for Science and Technology. We have a dedicated Training Center for the program in Bagamoyo, Tanzania.
Our BSL II labs in Bagamoyo have been accredited as ISO 15189:2012 compliant by the Southern African Development Community Accreditation Service (SADCAS).
Malaria is a disease of poverty and still a major global health problem, especially in Africa. Almost all African countries are located in a malaria-endemic area. It was estimated that 228 million cases of malaria occurred worldwide in 2018 and most of these cases ca…
Broad One Health Endectocide-based Malaria Intervention in Africa – BOHEMIA is a consortium/ project funded by the UNITAID for the duration of 4 years (2019 – 2023) to evaluate IVERMECTIN mass drug administraiton (MDA) as the co…
The goal of this project is to sustain the key interventions of a Phase I pilot program implemented in southern Tanzania, including validation of the 1,7–mRCTR approach and demonstration of a further reduction in the disease burden (mortality and morbidity) towards 1% malaria prevalence in…
The Health Sector Strategic Plan Five (HSSP 5) was unveiled in Dodoma on Thursday, June 24th 2021. Want to know its key messages? We bring them to you here. June 24, 2021
The Swiss Ambassador to Tanzania, Dr. Didier Chassot, has reiterated continued Swiss support to Ifakara Health Institute institutional development which he said &ldquo…June 21, 2021
Public health researchers have called for the fast-tracking of the implementation of a single national health insurance in Tanzania in an ef…April 21, 2021
Ifakara Health Institute, through a project “Strengthening Social Science Capacity (SSSC),” on August 31st 2021 hosted a day-long stakeholder meeting which…Aug. 31, 2021, 9:00 - 15:00
Three master’s students, who followed their postgraduate studies at the Ifakara Health Institute Training Center in Bagamoyo, were among individuals who were con…Aug. 12, 2021, 14:00 - 17:00
Ifakara Health Institute’s Health Impact Assessment for Sustainable Development (HIA4SD) project organized a multi-stakeholder meeting in Dodoma on August 12, 20…Aug. 12, 2021, 9:00 - 15:00