My beloved HIFA Colleagues from all corners of the world, apology for being quite for over 3 years now! I had no choice I still have an untoward case against my Ex-employer for terminating my 2 year-contract 8 days after the expiry of my previous contract instead of doing that either 2 weeks before its expiry as we agreed in my letter of appointment or 30 days before that as the Labour Law and Regulations in Tanzania requires. By God's grace I think before the end of November, 2019 the final conclusive decision shall be made in my favour.
Having said that, I was so thrilled by the proposal proposed by Dr. Massimo. Even if from my experience in Tanzanian context, I had never seen application of such booklet, but introducing it can help all sorts of patients to be cared for better than ever before.
But for that system to be realized practically, mass education is required in advance from the household level, village/hamlet (aka Mtaa) level, ward level, District level, Regional level and later the Ministerial level, before its introduction. Short of that, little shall be achieved.
The medium of instruction during training and in the booklet itself should be in Kiswahili for most Tanzanians to know their legitimate rights and responsibilities as using English shall cause needless communication breakdown.
Best regards colleagues!
Jackton L. Kaijage
Jackliv Events Management Services and Jackliv Classic Bookshop and Stationer
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HIFA profile: Jackton L Kaijage, M.Lib. (Information Systems and Services for Health Care), PG Dip. in Librarianship (University of Wales, Aberystywyth, UK), B.Ed. (Teachers' Education) (Hons.) (University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania), Grade IIIA Teaching Certificate (Morogoro Teachers' Training College, Morogoro, Tanzania). Mr. Kaijage is the Chief Librarian, Kibaha Public Library (KPL), Directorate of Education Services (DES), Kibaha Education Centre (KEC). He is also involved in doing research carried out by KEC and facilitating short courses designed by KEC in view to address development problems namely: ignorance; diseases and poverty. He often offers Kiswahili to English and English to Kiswahili translation services. He is a HIFA Country Representative for Tanzania.
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