CCBRT, Choplife IP partner to extend service provision

DAR ES SALAAM: COMPREHENSIVE Community Based Rehabilitation in Tanzania (CCBRT) is set to enhance healthcare access for vulnerable Tanzanians through a partnership with Africanowned holding company, Choplife IP.

The collaboration aims to extend CCBRT’s services and impact across the region.

Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Choplife IP, Mr Oluwagbemiga Odeneye, and his delegation visited CCBRT’s facility in Dar es Salaam, where they engaged in discussions to explore collaboration opportunities.

Their visit also coincided with preparations for CCBRT’s upcoming 30th anniversary celebrations in October 2024.

CCBRT’s Chief Executive Officer, Ms. Brenda Msangi, expressed appreciation for Choplife Foundation’s interest and support.

She highlighted the importance of such partnerships in advancing CCBRT’s mission to provide essential healthcare services to those in need.

“Your interest in supporting our work and your willingness to partner with us to make a difference in the lives of those we serve means a great deal to us. We believe that through collaboration and collective effort, we can improve healthcare access, promote inclusivity, and empower individuals to lead healthier and more fulfilling lives.”

She further underscored CCBRT’s commitment to delivering high-quality healthcare services, particularly in clinical services, disability support, maternal and newborn health, and community outreach programmes.

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Ms. Msangi appealed to Choplife IP and its foundations to continue their support, ensuring sustained impact on vulnerable Tanzanians and the broader community.

On his part, Mr Odeneye stated that giving back to the community where Choplife companies operate is an integral part of the foundation’s mission to make a positive impact on lives in Africa.

He commended the CCBRT for its unwavering commitment in serving the community, saying that it makes a significant impact to the community.

“During the visit, we had a chance to discuss various areas of collaboration for the benefit of the communities we serve. I believe that by combining our resources, expertise, and networks, we can create meaningful and sustainable change that will positively impact the lives of many,” said Mr Odeneye.

He further expressed his excitement about the projections of collaborations as part of initiative in uplifting the continent of Africa.

“I am excited about the prospect of working together and am eager to explore these collaboration opportunities further. Our CEO often says it is time for African-owned entities to empower Africa, and it is the Choplife Foundation’s major responsibility to make our motherland happy. It brings me joy to see Africans supporting each other,” he said.

Moreover, Mr Odeneye expressed that they are aligned with President Samia Suluhu Hassan’s mission by supporting health centers and providing necessary tools and support.

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