International
Health Partners


Caring for Children


Connect With Us

  • Learn About What We Do
    International Health Partners serves the people of
    Tanzania by providing excellent healthcare to those
    who need it most.

    Learn about us and how you can make a difference
    in the life of a child today.
  • Volunteer with IHP
    We welcome volunteers to come help make our mission possible.

    Visit out Volunteering section to find out how you can
    get involved and make a meaningful difference
    for the children of Tanzania.

    If you can cut, sew, count, paint, hammer, lift, dig or
    smile we can find a way to put your gifts to work.
  • Make Your Gift Today
    The work of International Health Partners is
    made possible through generous contributions of
    time, money, sweat and prayers from people all
    over the world who want to see their impact.

    IHP uses these resources to build quality
    healthcare facilities where those in need can
    find excellent care in a safe envrionment.

    Click on the picture to make your donation today.

Welcome To International Health Partners

"People working together can do great things --Tanzanian Proverb"


Every day, our mission is to work together with the people of Tanzania to improve health care. Check out our projects and our updates to see where we are making a difference!


Volunteers are always welcome - be prepared for a life-changing experience.


To receive monthly updates and join our email list, email Paula at paula@ihptz.org



May 2016 Update

Dear Friends of the Children of Tanzania,


Mary Kitundu writing:


Dear Friends of the Children of Tanzania,


Good news! We are seeing and caring for children every day. And we are also caring for the mothers and the fathers and the grandparents too. Finally we are starting to carry out our mission and our goals. Please feel good about this because without you this would not be possible.





Challenges! In order to give good care, we must have a full staff. We cannot care for children without a laboratory technician to run the tests, a pharmacist to dispense drugs, doctors to see the patients, nurses to care through procedures, and people to keep everything sparkling clean. However, all this costs money until the OPD can become self sustaining. From past experience in other places, we think that will be in December or so. Until then the salaries for these people have become a major concern.



What we have done..We have slowed down building except for those projects for designated funds. An example of these designated funds is the money to build another well. Digging starts today. But other building has slowed way down since our first priority is the care of the children. Read more...

Spreading the News

2015-2016 Presentation



Rotary Presentation



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Contact Paula today if you would like her to come speak to your Church, Club or Group during one of the remaining open speaking days

Where We Work

We work mainly in 2 different cities in Tanzania.

Zinga, the location of the childrens' hospital, is the marker on the coast and about 1.5 hrs drive north of Dar es Salaam. The Nursing School is located in Dodoma, Tanzania's capital city and located near the center of the country.