Changes in Reproductive Health Indicators in Kigoma, Tanzania from 2014 to 2016
In 2014 and 2016, CDC’s Division of Reproductive Health collaborated with the Tanzania Ministry of Health and other partners to carry out Reproductive Health Surveys in the Kigoma Region.
The slideshow below presents several findings from these surveys, which revealed that numerous indicators had improved in the 2 years between the surveys.
- 2016 Survey ReportExternal
- 2014 Survey ReportExternal
- 2016 Infographic Page
- 2014 Infographic
The Reproductive Health Surveys were funded by the Bloomberg Philanthropies project Reducing Maternal Mortality in Tanzania.
Findings from these surveys are used by the Ministry and other organizations to improve reproductive health services to reduce the numbers of maternal and infant deaths. Complete survey results and analysis are presented in the 2014External and 2016 Kigoma Health Survey ReportsExternal, and there is a wider selection of significant results in the full 2016 infographic. (See other reports available in the Download Reports section on this page).