TANZANIA NATIONAL NURSES ASSOCIATION (TANNA). TANNA REPORT ANNUAL NETWORK MEETING MBABANE SWAZILAND 12 TH – 13 TH FEBRUARY 2010 By Romana Sanga TANNA - Executive Secretary. Introduction . Background Tanzania is a United Republic of two countries – Tanzania Mainland and Zanzibar
ANNUAL NETWORK MEETING
12TH – 13TH FEBRUARY 2010
TANNA - Executive Secretary
Annual General Meeting in April 2009
International Nurses Day
International Nurses Day cont’d
A national leading and reputable Nursing/Midwifery professional group for excellence in Nursing education, research, Nursing/midwifery practice and other health service delivery (TANNA Strategic Plan, 2006)
The Association is dedicated to promote competencies among the Nurses and Midwives for quality provision of nursing, midwifery and other health services nationally and internationally using its well- equipped and highly motivated regional branches.
Taking a wide look around at what’s going on outside the Association and how it might affect the professional Association
Supported TANNA in 1995 purchasing an office vehicle and office building, but currently those properties are worn out.
Ministry of Health and Social Welfare - Recognizes the Association and has supported it in paying the annual fees for its membership in International organizations i.e. ICN, ECSACON and SANNAM
Strategic plan and constitution
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