Tanzania Rural Health Movement
MissionTanzania Rural Health Movement works to establish model healthcare services by continually providing and improving innovative hands-on medical services in all its endeavors in Tanzania.
What We DoTanzania Rural Health Movement is a registered non-profit community-based organization based in Mwanza, Tanzania. Our focus is on provision of health services, health research and environmental sustainability in relation to health.
Tanzania Rural Health Movement (TRHM) has been in operation since 2014 with aim to establish and improve health interventions that meet major public health challenges facing urban-rural communities across Mwanza region.
TRHM has an extensive background in provision of health care services to the underserved communities. For about seven years now, TRHM has been working to provide healthcare services through different comprehensive projects such
as Mwanza Community First Response Project, Street Medicine Project, Bisou Bailey Medical Dispensary Project as well as provision of advocacy to the community to stop practicing Traditional Uvulectomy to children under-five.
TRHM's collaboration with different local and international organization has increased healthcare access to the underserved populations in Mwanza such as street connected children and road traffic accident casualties.
As part of Street Medicine Project, TRHM is working to establish the psychotherapy services for street connected children who are vulnerable to conduct disorder and other mental illness.