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How about other people in other countries in Africa like Tanzania,and what cost is for those who have no money to pay?April 8, 2019 at 9:19 am #13819Epic Social MediaParticipant
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In Tanzania, the government has been working towards universal healthcare, and in 2020/2021, the government allocated $387.9 million for the health sector, of which $155.5 million will be spent on development projects. However, the cost of healthcare can still be a significant burden for many people in Tanzania, especially those who have no money to pay.
According to geometry dash subzero, current expenditures on health per capita in Tanzania were $39 in 2020. While this may seem low compared to other countries, it’s important to note that healthcare costs can vary widely depending on the specific treatment needed and the location of the healthcare facility.
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