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Virtual Tour of DCMC

Come along on our 10-minute virtual tour of the medical center in action. Hear from doctors and staff about the pandemic, see inside the new eye clinic and pathology lab, and experience the compassionate care given to patients everyday at DCMC.

For more videos about our mission, check out our YouTube page

 

Support Our Mission by Giving a Donation

HOW TO GIVE

Thank you for making an impact! Your generosity is helping thousands of women, children and families receive the care they need and deserve, regardless of ability to pay.

Online 

Click the Donate button above to give online. Credit and Debit Card donations will be processed through a secure Paypal site.

Please consider signing up for AmazonSmile, which donates donates 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to the charitable organization of your choice. Simply select Dodoma Tanzania Health Development, and the funds are automatically deposited to our account.

Monthly donations spread the impact of your giving and help sustain our mission year-round. To set up a recurring donation, click Donate above and select “

Via Mail

To make a donation via mail, please send your enclosed contribution to:

Dodoma Tanzania Health Development
8085 Wayzata Blvd
Suite 103
Minneapolis, MN 55426

Questions?

If you have any questions, please contact us:

Dodoma Tanzania Health Development
8085 Wayzata Blvd
Suite 103
Minneapolis, MN 55426
(763) 432-6589
dthd@dthd.org

How to Give

Thank you for making an impact! Your generosity is helping thousands of women, children and families receive the care they...

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What We Do

DTHD provides support for Tanzania-based Dodoma Christian Medical Center (DCMC) and its growing medical staff.  In 2017,...

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Who We Are

DTHD’s mission is to ensure high-quality, compassionate, Tanzanian-led health care for the people of Central Tanzania by...

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Making A Difference

When DCMC was founded in 2003, the 240-acre site was grazing land for goats and cattle. In 2015, more than 53,000 patients...

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