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Hadhi ya Viongozi na Hadhi ya Tanzania

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  1. Augustine Moshi

    Augustine Moshi JF-Expert Member

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    Viongozi wetu wanapigania sana kitu wanachoita HADHI yao. Wako wanaokataa kuishi nyumba za serikali na badala yake wanapangisha za milioni hata 10 kwa ajili ya HADHI yao. Magari ya viongozi yananunuliwa ya bei kubwa sana kwa ajli ya HADHI yao.

    Sasa HADHI ya taifa vipi?

    Mimi nimejikuta nasononeka kama Naomi niliposoma habari hii hapa chini.

    14th November 2009

    [​IMG] Touched on seeing mothers and their newborns crowded in Temeke hospital maternity wing

    British supermodel Naomi Campbell, who is Global Ambassador for White Ribbon Alliance, weeping after visiting a congested maternity ward (L) at Temeke District Hospital in Dar es Salaam yesterday.

    Visiting Global Ambassador of White Ribbon Alliance (WRA) Naomi Campbell yesterday shed tears after witnessing mothers with their newly born babies sharing beds or sleeping on the floor at Temeke hospital.
    The British supermodel was visiting the hospital in Dar es Salaam as part of her charity work in the country for the Alliance.

    Naomi was emotionally overwhelmed after witnessing three women, who had just delivered sharing a small bed. A number of others lay on the floor and on benches with their newly born babies. Those who were yet to deliver sat on the floor due to acute shortage of beds and wards.

    "This is unbelievable," was the phrase she kept uttering as she surveyed the tiny, congested maternity ward. The model retreated to a nearby tree and leaning on it wept silently. She was consoled by colleagues.

    "We appeal to the government to provide us with more beds; we are overcrowded," said one of the mothers who sat on one of the beds with her baby and two colleagues.

    One of the midwives who pleaded anonymity said: "The place is too small for us, it needs expansion. I delivered a baby on the floor because we don't have beds. The authorities are aware of the situation," she said.
    According to the acting medical in-charge of the hospital, Dr. Gilbert Buberwa, there has been a sharp increase of in-patients which the hospital has been unable to handle.

    "The facilities we have can no longer cater for all these people, that is why this is happening. We really have to do something about this as a nation, " said a nurse who would not give her name.

    "This is unacceptable, it's very unfair. How can people be treated like these?, asked Stara Thomas also in tears. The local singer was accompanying Naomi Campbell at the hospital.

    Later on the visiting model distributed khangas to mothers and presented bouquets of flowers to two wards.

    Sources told The Guardian that, as the Global Ambassador for WRA, she was in the country for her Fashion for Relief (FFR), a charity catwalk event to raise funds for an awareness campaign for safe pregnancy and childbirth.