The Settlor of the Benjamin W. Mkapa Foundation (BMF) and former President of the United Republic of Tanzania, H.E Benjamin W. Mkapa has inaugurated the health workers staff houses constructed by the Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children in collaboration with the Benjamin W. Mkapa Foundation (BMF) under financing from Global Fund to Fight against AIDs, Tuberculosis and Malaria on 9th July 2017.
Health worker staff house at Mkungo dispensary in Chato which was inaugurated by H.E Benjamin W. Mkapa, the Settlor of BMF on 9th July 2017 as one among the 50 houses constructed by BMF and scheduled to be handed over on 10th July 2017.
The house that was inaugurated at Mkungo dispensary in Chato DC is part of the 50 health workers staff houses that were constructed in Geita (20), Simiyu (20) and Kagera (10). The 50 houses will be handing over to the beneficiary districts in a ceremony that will take place on 10th July 2017 at Chato football pitch and expected to be grace by H.E Dr. John Pombe Magufuli, President of URT and other dignitaries.
H.E Benjamin W. Mkapa, Settlor of BMF cuts the ribbon to inaugurate health worker staff house at Mkungo dispensary in Chato. With him from left is, Amb. Masaharu Yoshida, Ambassador of Japan in Tanzania, Hon. Mej. Gen (Rtd) Ezekiel Kyunga, Regional Commissioner of Geita, Martha Setembo, representative from Global Fund to Fight against AIDs, Tuberculosis and Malaria and Hon. Ummy Mwalimu, Minister of Health, Community Development, Elderly and Children
Greeting hundreds of villagers who came to witness the inauguration of the health worker staff house at Mkungo dispensary, H.E Benjamin W. Mkapa reminder them about their responsibility to take good care of the staff houses and other facilities for the benefit of the community and future generation.