President Jakaya Kikwete will today join the United Nations General Secretary, Ban Ki Moon, Mayor of the City of New York Michael Bloomberg who is also a major donor of World Humanitarian Aid to launch the results of Creative Health Plan of Mothers in Tanzania.
They will also be in the company of Helen Agerup chairperson of the Institute of Humanitarian Assistance dubbed H & B Agerup and in the same company will be Dr Kelly J. Henning, Director of the Health Sector Planning Institute of Bloomberg Philanthropies.
The event will be held at the Green Room inside the UN headquarters and at the function, Mayor Bloomberg will announce results of the three years of assistance that he has been rendering to the health sector under the innovative Maternal Health programme for mothers, a service provided by the Bloomberg Philanthropies that he owns.
Mayor Bloomberg is also expected to announce new assistance in form of financial funding to improve the health of mothers in Tanzania under the same progrmme.
In Tanzania, Bloomberg Philanthropies assistances have been directed in rural areas which have limited and unreliable access to quality health services.
The institute of Bloomberg Philanthropies works in the world to develop the sectors of art, education, environment, Innovation in the government and public health. The president expects to leave the US to Canada On Wednesday for an official tour responding to the call of the Canadian Governor David Johnston.
SOURCE: THE GUARDIAN