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17th Annual General Meeting and Scientific Conference

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From Friday 21 October 2016
To Saturday 22 October 2016
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Medical Women Association of Tanzania (MEWATA) would like to take this opportunity to invite you all to the 17th Annual General Meeting and Scientific Conference.
This will take place in MWANZA REGION on the 21st to 22nd October 2016.

Theme: "Impact of domestic and sexual violence in Tanzania"


Subthemes:


1. Community understanding on domestic and sexual violence

2. Factors contributing to sexual and domestic violence to women, men and children

3. Health seeking behavior of domestic and sexual violence in Tanzania

4. Sexual and domestic violence in HIV infected population

5. Violence against children Tanzania


Members are requested to confirm their participation and registration through these office Telephone numbers 0766-800272 and 0718-460939


*Please submit your abstract for any of the subthemes above by September 16th 2016*

NANI KAMA MAMA!!

Location : MWANZA
Contact : 0766-800272 and 0718-460939

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MY LIFE, MY HEALTH

ORAL HEALTH TIPS
The cardinal messages are as listed below:

  1. Reduce frequent intake of sugared foods and drinks
  2. Brush your teeth with Fluoridated tooth paste in the morning and before going to bed at night
  3. Avoid tobacco use, both smoking and snuffing
  4. Prevent injuries by observing traffic rules, play safe games
  5. Dental check-up at least once a year especially for children is important to see how the dentition is fairing (check for new and old lesions as well as arrangement of teeth)
  6. Persistent ulcers should be reported to the clinic

IMPORTANT: To Visit a Dentist/Dental Clinic at Least Once a Year for Oral Health Check-Up

PHOTO GALLERY

The per-conference Event
Aim of this activity was to sensitize the community on the importance of male involvement in improving reproductive and child health More Gallery