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Tanzania Minister of Health, on Behalf of the Government, Promises Full Support to Vantage Health in the United Republic of Tanzania
Date:7/19/2011

he latest HIV Rapid Test Kits and the newest generation of antiretroviral treatments as well as counseling for those who test positive to HIV. To this end, VHTL intends to assist with refurbishing and managing clinics and medical centers throughout the country, in both metropolitan and rural areas, for the sole financial benefit of VHTL. In addition, VHTL also intends to create and own a chain of women's health clinics, or Maternal Obstetric Units ("MOUs") in URT, specializing in normal deliveries and women's health, including gynecological outpatient procedures, screening and women's imaging. The MOU's are relatively cheap to establish and operate with a low cost base. In some cases, mobile clinics may be established for use in remote or rural areas. Wherever possible, VHTL will seek to combine these MOU's with clinics that can also serve to test, treat and counsel both male and female patients who have tested positive to HIV.  

Tanzania's Minister of Health and Social Welfare, the Honorable Professor Hadji Mponda, added: "After meeting with Dr. Ramakrishnan, Vantage Health's CEO, I am very happy to announce that a preliminary agreement has been reached. I have asked Dr. Ramakrishnan to work with our relevant government departments in drafting a formal Public Private Partnership agreement, which would set out in detail the terms under which Vantage and my department would cooperate. It is the mandate of my Ministry to ensure that healthcare policies are implemented effectively. With Vantage's involvement and our combined resources, I have little doubt that we have taken a major step forward in bridging some of the important healthcare gaps that exist in Tanzania. I look forward to working with the company for the benefit of the citizens of Tanzania."

Dr. Lisa Ramakrishnan, President and CEO of Vantage Health, commented: "We are very excited and proud to be working with the leadership of the United Republic of Tanzania to assist in addressing thei
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