The world is slowly accepting the idea that universal access to health services is not just a utopian ideal, but in countries such as Tanzania much remains to be done
If the workers are not healthy then the economy won’t be healthy – it’s a simple truth.
Ali Joseph, a driver in the Tanzanian port city of Dar es Salaam, knows this better than most. Driving to work one morning, a lorry ploughed into Ali’s autorickshaw, breaking his pelvis and burning his legs.
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