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The Nurses association was established in Tanzania on 29th November 1971 which by then was known as Tanzania registered Nurses Association (TARENA). In 2005 the constitution was reviewed and our Association changed to Tanzania National Nurses Association (TANNA) and this was enabled the involvement of not just registered Nurses but also all Enrolled Nurses throughout the country.

Currently TANNA has a total of 8000 active member out of more than 50,000+ all enrolled and Registered Nurses in Tanzania mainland. The Association currently has a total of 46 Regional Branches. All 47 Branches have eight (8) TANNA Branch leaders.

 

The Association is made up of 10 members of National Election Committee (NEC) whereby within them three are appointed by President and all remained are elected during Annual General meeting after every three years of the previous leadership. These current 10 members are the highest Board of Authority of the association. Moreover, the association is being governed by a Nurses’ National Council of leaders from 49 branches across the country and the day to day affairs are overseen by an elected National Executive Committee of 14 individuals.

 

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Mission & Vision

As the voice of professional nursing, TANNA promotes high standards of nursing practice, research, education and ethical nursing conduct; and advocates for nursing, sound health and social policy, and nurses well-being. However TANNA has being frontline to empower nurses through training on HIV/AIDS issues especially on including 90-90-90 An ambitious treatment target to help end the AIDS epidemic by year 2030, ART and PMCTC B+ etc.

The mission of the association is to advocate for Nurses, promote excellence in nursing and influence health policy.

A vibrant, reputable association representing all professional nurses, advancing their welfare and promoting excellence in nursing healthcare.

Trust-faith; Excellence; Accountability; Honesty; Unity; Transparency; Partnership; Collective ownership and Effectiveness.

Diversity and Inclusion

International Partners

Diversity and Inclusion

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Diversity and Inclusion

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Diversity and Inclusion

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Our Team

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Gilbert Hughes

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Erik Genie

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Gilbert Hughes joined Hub Constructon in 1955 as an estimator/project manager, after previously working months as a laborer.

Mary Hughes

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Gilbert Hughes joined Hub Constructon in 1955 as an estimator/project manager, after previously working months as a laborer.

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