Health Service Delivery; Secondary/Tertiary Care; Hospital Services / specialised services
Narrative description of project:
Comprehensive Community Based Rehabilitation in Tanzania (CCBRT) is a locally registered non-governmental organization established in 1994. From its inception as a provider of Community Based Rehabilitation, CCBRT has grown to become the largest provider of disability and rehabilitative services in the country. To help address the very high maternal and neonatal mortality rates in Tanzania, Comprehensive Community Based Rehabilitation in Tanzania (CCBRT) is establishing a specialized Maternity and Newborn Hospital (MH) in Dar es Salaam (DSM). The new hospital will exceed level of service currently available in Tanzanian public facilities and will enable CCBRT to provide adequate care to patients with high-risk pregnancies and emergency complications during delivery.
The objective of this contract is to deliver a costing phased growth model towards the anticipated maximum capacity of the facility of 15.500 deliveries/year, derived by relating the inputs of resources in monetary terms to the outputs of services provided by the MH hospital to sustain a healthy growth and to guard efficiency, effectiveness and overall quality of future services.
Mid-term review of the South West Rural Health Programme (Phase III) and West Nile Health Programme