Ausbildung von 3 Ärzten St. Francis Spital

Contract partner: Ärzte für IfakaraCountry: Tansania Funding amount: € 14.077,45Project start: 01.10.2004End: 30.09.2007

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Overall goal

Das St. Francis District Hospital Ifakara versorgt eine Bevölkerung von ca 300.000 Einwohnern. Es hat 371 Betten und nur 1 ausgebildeten Facharzt (Chirurg). Alle übrigen sind entweder AllgemeinmedizinerInnen, AssistentInnen oder AnfängerInnen. Um die Versorgung der Bevölkerung zu verbessern, ist beabsichtigt, 3 ÄrztInnen zu FachärztInnen ( Chirurgie, Interne und Pädiatrie) ausbilden zu lassen.

Damit hätten die wichtigsten Abteilungen des Krankenhauses eine/n Facharzt/in. Das ergibt eine wesentliche Verbesserung der ärztlichen Versorgung der Region. Gleichzeitig würde das Hospital zu einem Teaching Hospital aufsteigen, was eine erhebliche Erhöhung der Regierungssubventionen zur Folge hätte.

Die Ausbildung der Ärzte erfolgt an der Tumaini Universität in Moshi. Diese Universität ist eine Gründung der Lutherischen Kirche. Die Ausbildung erfolgt also im Lande selbst.

Bei zwei Ärzten dauert die Ausbildung noch bis Sommer 2006, bei einer Ärztin bis Sommer 2007

project number2319-10/2004
source of fundingOEZA
sector Gesundheit allgemein
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