Why Peri-urban?

Peri-urban is the area outside the urban (city) or the area between the urban and rural
Improving health services in the Peri-urban area will serve both urban and rural communities
The gap in health facilities, health personnel, and health centers will diminish when focusing on health services in Peri-urban areas
To develop Peri-urban health care delivery and accessibility
Our goal is to invest our strength into Peri-urban areas in order to give neighboring rural communities the same access as those in nearby cities

Why Ambulatory?

Ambulatory care is medical care provided on an outpatient basis, which can include diagnosis, observation, consultation, treatment, intervention, and rehabilitation services

Why Nexus?

We need to link the services between those who have access to it and those who desperately need it

To raise the voice and advocate the rights of the rural voice, we need to link the underprivileged indigenous communities to those of the urban communities

This care can include advanced medical technology through equipped mobile clinics, tele-treatments etc.

Why Tanzania Rural communities?

Rural communities are lagging behind the course of science and technology, along with the concept of globalization

When world discoveries and modifications are taking place within the urban societies, the underprivileged rural communities are left behind

As a result, cause the rural communities to be less informed in many life circumstances, including, disease prevention measures and discoveries

The rural pop. in TZ was reported at 67.68% (37,613,490 ppl) in 2016 according to the World Bank collection

The estimated 2018 pop. of TZ is 59.09 million and 80% live in the rural areas

If we want to reach the bigger populations and lay a strong foundation of preventive health care, then we need to go to the indigenous rural communities and invest our strengths and resources to those that are in need

We want to educate Tanzania and other parts of the world that if we are all committed to make our families and communities healthier, then we need to invest in preventative health care– especially to those with no or little access to internet, social media, and other different means of education

PANETA believes that we cannot just educate once, we need to continue and pass on the education.