Working in the Kivunge diabetes clinic during Ramadan highlighted some of the health consequences that this important time can have. Islam is the promi...

This week’s case comes from Cristina, a HIPZ nurse who has been working at Kivunge Hospital since October focusing on paediatrics...

This week I would l...

Our case this week is something a little bit different! One Friday afternoon as we were preparing to leave the hospital for the weekend we heard that t...

Faduma tells us she is fifty four years old. The lines in her face say otherwise. She is very talkative and greets me in English, expressing her joy to...

Road traffic accidents (RTAs) are a major cause of death and disability worldwide, and more than 90% of road traffic deaths occur in low- and middle-in...

This week we would like to share an update about our famous and successful case of kangaroo mother care (KMC). We are sure that you remember our triple...

The beginning of April is also the beginning of the rainy season here in Zanzibar and also means we are seeing a lot of children with respiratory infec...

This week we would like to share with you a tropical disease case. An elderly gentleman presented to Kivunge Hospital with a very swollen right foot. H...

See how they have grown! 🌻

These triplets were born in September and stayed in our Kangaroo Care ward for almost 6 weeks. Now they are 5 months old and...

This week we would like to share a case of paediatric malnutrition associated with tuberculosis (TB). This 10 month old girl was admitted to Kivunge wi...

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