Our Mission is To Improve Healthcare in Tanzania
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 how you can make a difference in the life of a child today.
Volunteer with International Health Partners
Starting in 2025 we will welcome volunteers to make our mission possible. Visit our 'Get Involved' section and make a meaningful difference for the people of Tanzania. If you can count, cut, saw, 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 by the generous contributions of time, money, sweat, and prayers from people all over the world who want to see their impact. IHP uses the resources to build quality healthcare facilities where those in need can find excellent care in a safe environment. A gift to the very poor can enrich the world.
Latest Project -
The Zuzu Medical Center, Zuzu,Tanzania
IHP-TZ, in partnership with IHP-US, has embarked on an exciting new project at Zuzu, near Dodoma, in Tanzania.
We are preparing to serve a community desperate for quality health care. Zuzu is an area where women may die on the way to the hospital if they are in obstructed labor because the existing hospitals are too far away.
People at both ends of the spectrum, both children and the elderly, are underserved in this area.
Join us in this new opportunity to serve the people of Tanzania. We will again be hosting medical students and professionals in 2025 from the worldwide medical community.
IHP would like to give a Very Special Thank You to the Rotary International Foundation and the Rotary Clubs in several states who have been so supportive in assisting the mothers and children in Tanzania by providing state-of-the-art equipment for a Dental Unit, a digital X-Ray and Ultrasound machines.
Most recently, the Rotary Club in LaCrosse, WI, is striving to engage other Rotary Clubs throughout the nation to fund Radiant Baby Warmers and Incubators for the NICU and additional necessary medical equipment
For more information please contact Bob Newberry. He can be reached by email at BNewberry@winona.edu
The number of lives this equipment will save is incalculable and we are all Truly Grateful for These Blessings! Asante Sana!!