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  • Young people from St Michael’s Hospice visit MHC

    In 2016 Edgar visited St Michael’s hospice and observed the work being done there for bereavement with young people. He persuaded Emma Speedy, the social worker to visit MHC in 2018 and see what was being done in Tanzania for bereaved youngsters. In 2019 Emma led a group of 7 young people between the ages […]

  • Film about the work of Muheza Hospice Care

    In 2017 Chris Smart fromSt Michael’s Hospice Hereford, the sister hospice to Muheza Hospice Care in the UK, visited Muheza and made a short film about the work of MHC. This film may be viewed on the link below: As well as for publicity and fund raising the film has been used in training for […]

  • Bodenham Garden Party raises over £5K for MHC

  • Edgar Ngelangela, hospice administrator and
    social worker, visits St Michael’s hospice in UK

    In October 2016 Edgar Ngelangela finally got a visa to visit the UK and came to the multidisciplinary  international course at St Christopher’s hospice in London followed by 5 weeks attachment at St Michael’s hospice in Herefordshire. he said ” What I have learned at St Christopher’s and experienced in St Michael’s hospice will be […]

  • Change in Administration

    In November 2015 Clare Chizazi left the post of Administrator with Muheza Hospice Care to train as a nurse. The post has been filled by Edgar Ngelangela  who has  been with MHC for the past 7 yrs as  social worker.  Edgar will be assisited by Rev Rogers Chamani who has recently gained a diploma in […]

  • Social Worker Sara Higginson visits
    Muheza October 2014

    Sara Higginson, an experienced social worker recently retired from St Michael’s Hospice in Herefordshire, visited Muheza Hospice Care for 5 weeks this autumn. She worked with the staff, teaching them how to deal with bereavement with children and helping them face the stigma of HIV. She also joined the new UNESCO programme that visits schools […]

  • New Hospice Administrator

    Muheza Hospice Care has been taken under the wing of the Anglican Diocese of Tanga and Bishop Maimbo Mndolwa has appointed Clare Chizazi to be the hospice administrator. Clare has been associated with the hospice over many years and comes with a huge amount of experience in both palliative care and administration.  After gaining her […]

  • Death of one of Hospice Founders, Christopher Mnzava

        On January 13th 2013 Christopher Mnzava, the chairman of Muheza Hospice Care and until his retirement in April 2012, its Administrator, died whilst on route to Dar es Salaam to get medical treatment. He had been one of the founders of MHC in 2002 and had worked tirelessly for the charity since its […]

  • End of Funding from the Diana Princess of Wales Memorial Fund

    Since 2002, MHC has recieved generous funding from the Diana Princess of Wales Memorial Fund. They have been instrumental in shaping the service as it now is and have been  the encouragement that led to the roll out programme, and to getting palliative care into all of Tanga Region. Sadly the fund is closing in […]

  • Bathlomew Bakari to leave MHC

    Bathlomew started doing palliative care in Teule hospital in 2001 under the leadership of Dr Karilyn Collins. He gained a diploma in palliative care from Makerere University and in 2006, when Karilyn left Tanzania, he took over role of palliative care physician and led the team. He has been studying for a BSc in palliative […]