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Health Systems Tracer Indicators for Women's and Children's Health in Tanzania

This infographic, produced by Countdown to 2015 and MamaYe, presents data on key health systems indicators for women's and children's health in Tanzania. It presents data on the adoption of costed national plans, inclusion of life saving commodities on essential medicine lists, density of health workers and national availability of Emergency Obstretic Care (EmOC) services. The data presented were collected and analysed as part of the Tanzania Countdown to 2015 Case Study.

The infographic was created to raise awareness and interest in this data and to stimulate the use of this data for advocacy and decision-making.

To download the infographic, click here.

To see an infographic on policy tracer indicators for women's and children's health in Tanzania, click here.
 
To see an infographic on Tanzania's policy and programme timeline for women's and children's health, click here.
 
To read more about progress and gaps for women's and children's health in Tanzania, click here and here.
 
Countdown to 2015 & Evidence for Action. (2015). Health Systems Tracer Indicators for Women's and Children's Health in Tanzania. London: Countdown to 2015 & Evidence for Action.
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