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VICTORIA INSTITUTE OF HEALTH AND ALLIED SCIENCES - MWANZA

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Our Brief History

Short Explanation of Our Institute And Location

History


VIHAS is a Newly Health Institution that is aiming on contribution  to the Governments efforts in training and production of middle level cadres that would easily find absorption within the health sector. VIHAS is currently  offering courses in clinical medicine particularly clinical officers and clinical assistants; and is envisaging introducing gradually training in nursing, medical laboratory and pharmacy. By so doing, VIHAS will contribute to the production of critical mass of skilled health workers in the country and within the East African region. It is expected that, with the establishment of VIHAS, prospective students who are eager to become health workers would gain access to training program of high quality and they would strive to become competent health personnel, who could work efficiently and effectively to meet the health demands of the Tanzanians

Location

Victoria Institute of Health and allied sciences (VIHAS) is located at Kabangaja Street which is about 0.5 kilometres from Igombe centre and it is about 9 kilometres from Mwanza City Centre. In order to arrive at VIHAS from Mwanza City Centre, you will have to board a public transport (commuter bus) from Igombe Bus stand in the city to Igombe centre. Commuter Buses to Igombe operate up to around 7.00 p.m., and are cheaper as compared to other means of transport (currently at Tshs.750 per trip). You can also hire a Taxi on arrival but at a more expensive tariff (currently at not less than Tshs.15, 000 per trip).

Quick facts:

  • Founded in 2015
  • Located at Ilemela, Mwanza - Tanzania
  • Fully Accreditated by NACTE with the registration No. REG/HAS/151 and it is recognized by the Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elders and Children" (MOHCDGEC)