At the Gate of Kitete Hospital: Judging a book from its cover or from 1st impression matters?


Tabora Regional Hospital:Kitete


A very important question that probably we Uyui Team wants to share with you is. Are you following the idioms that “…dont Judge the book from its cover…” or the Idioms that “…first impression matters?…” This is the gate of Kitete Regional Hospital. A government Regional Referral Hospital. May be I stopped it here and wait for your comment.

Kuna swali moja muhimu sana sisi Uyui tunataka kushaurina na wewe. Hivi? Huna unaamua uzuri wa kitabu :…kwa kuangalia Jalada lake…” au huwa unaongozwa na ule usemi “…taswira ya kwanza ndio inayooashiria maamuzi ya mtu?…” pengine sisi tuishie hapa, lakini ulionalo pichani ni lango kuu la kuingilia Hospitali kuu ya rufaa ya mkoa wa Tabora ijulikanayo kama Hospitali ya Kitete.Jina hili bila shaka linatokana na majani ya matete ambayo mpaka leo yapo kwenye mfereji unaopita hatua kadhaa kutoka Hospitali hiyo.

4 Responses to “At the Gate of Kitete Hospital: Judging a book from its cover or from 1st impression matters?”

  1. Rachel Mtwale Says:

    Am sincere asking for the historical back ground of Kitete regional hospital from where it started and the current situation. I also want to know the challenges it is facing recently.

  2. nancy gerald kaunde Says:

    tunaomba muweke na historical back graund ya kitete hospital ili wafanya reseach wapate uraisi wa kuweza kuaccess data kiuraisi.

  3. kitapondya Says:

    Kitete hospital is a referral centre for all patients from the 6 districts, however its performance in providing quality health services to Taborians has been not good due to some key reasons below
    1. lack of a municpal hospital to absorb the crowd of patients heading to kitete
    2. shortage of staff-well trained, kitete Hoppsital has a chronic shortage of staff, actually it is one of the regional hospitals in Tanzania with almost 70% medical attendants.
    3. Dysfunctioning peripheral health facilities, Tabora municipal is one of the few if not the only municipal in Tanzania without a single health centre-there are only dispensaries which have low and poorly sfaffed.
    4. Lack of concerted participation of the Taborians on creating a conducive environment for health workers,Tabora is a region with only 30% of the health workers, this means it has a deffiency of 70% health workers. Furthermore there are no clear signs and efforts to attract more health workers to come to work in the region.People have to stop blaming health workers, the market of health workers is very wide and attractive.

  4. Chia Arcaute Says:

    You actually make it seem so easy with your presentation but I find this matter to be actually something that I think I would never understand. It seems too complex and extremely broad for me. I’m looking forward for your next post, I’ll try to get the hang of it!


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