Ausbildung von Ärzten und Fachärzten - Tansania



Contract partner: Ärzte für IfakaraCountry: Tansania Funding amount: € 9.450,00Project start: 01.10.2007End: 30.09.2011

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Durch das Projekt sollen zwei Ärzte ausgebildet werden, um den allgemeinen Ärztemangel im St. Francis Hospital Ifakara, Tansania, zu lindern. Dr. Bryceson Kiwelu, geb. 1978, soll zum Facharzt für Unfallchirurgie ausgebildet werden, ein Fachgebiet, das derzeit sehr schlecht versorgt ist, Dr. Benny Ngereza, geb. 1975, soll zum Assistant Medical Officer ausgebildet werden. Beide Kandidaten sind sehr fleißig und interessiert und haben sich verpflichtet, nach Abschluss ihrer Ausbildung am St. Francis Hospital zu arbeiten.

Die Ausbildung für Dr. Kiwelu dauert vier Jahre und erfolgt an der Tumaini Universität in Moshi, die von Dr. Ngereza dauert zwei Jahre am Trainingscenter des St. Francis Hospital in Ifakara. Das erste Jahr hat Dr. Ngereza bereits abgeschlossen und selbst finanziert. Das ist ihm jetzt nicht mehr möglich und er müsste seine Ausbildung abbrechen. Es muss also noch ein Jahr finanziert werden.

project number2319-14/2007
source of fundingOEZA
sector Gesundheit allgemein
tied
modality
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