Tanzania Page Content Stories from the FieldHBB in Zanzibar, Tanzania (Gina Wilson, Oct 2015)Scientific Articles and NewsCost analysis of large-scale implementation of the 'Helping Babies Breathe' newborn resuscitation-training program in Tanzania Cost-Effectiveness of the "Helping Babies Breathe" Program in a Missionary Hospital in Rural Tanzania Intermittent Detection of Fetal Heart Rate Abnormalities Identify Infants at Greatest Risk for Fresh Stillbirths, Birth Asphyxia, Neonatal Resuscitation, and Early Neonatal Deaths in a Limited-Resource Setting: A Prospective Descriptive Observational Study at Haydom Lutheran Hospital Birth Asphyxia: A Major Cause of Early Neonatal Mortality in a Tanzanian Rural HospitalA care bundle including antenatal corticosteroids reduces preterm infant mortality in Tanzania a low resource countryFactors affecting effective ventilation during newborn resuscitation: a qualitative study among midwives in rural TanzaniaImplementation of “Helping Babies Breathe”: a 3-year experience in TanzaniaHelping Babies Breathe Implementation in Zanzibar, TanzaniaProvider Experiences with the large-scale “Helping Babies Breathe” training programme in TanzaniaCourses Taught In-CountryClick here to see a history of HBS courses.ContactsAccess country contacts here. HBS Translations Access HBS translations here.Couldn't find the translation you need? You can request permission to conduct your own translation. Translated materials are made freely available and intended to be used in resource-limited countries. Complete information on the permissions process can be found here. Return to Helping Babies Survive.