Kibaha College of Health and Allied Sciences

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Kibaha College of Health and Allied Sciences is government owned institution with registration number (REG/HAS/026) in Kibaha District- Pwani.

COURSES OFFERED

Certificate in Community Health for one year with the capacity of 50 students.

Admission Requirement:

Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (CSEE) with four (4) passes in non-religious subjects including “D” pass in Biology or an applicant with Recognized Prior Learning (RPL) as prescribed by NACTE.

Ordinary Diploma in Clinical Medicine for three years with the admission capacity of 90 students.

Admission Requirement:

Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (CSEE) with four (4) Passes in non-religious Subjects including “D” Passes in Chemistry, Biology and Physics/Engineering Sciences a Pass in Basic Mathematics and English Language is an added advantage.

Ordinary Diploma in Clinical Medicine (Upgrading) for one year with the capacity of 30 students.

Technician Certificate (NTA level 5) in Clinical Medicine with “D” pass in Biology, Chemistry or Physics (CSEE) for the graduates starting from 2010; OR Graduates before NTAs system should have certificate in Clinical Medicine and at least D Pass in any of science subject; Necessary Attachments: Technician Certificate and Transcript in Clinical Medicine and Letter of permission from employer for graduates before 2015.

Ordinary Diploma in Nursing and Midwifery for three years with the capacity of 100 students.

Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (CSEE) with four (4) Passes in non-religious Subjects including two (2) credit “C” Passes in any of Chemistry, Biology and Physics/Engineering Sciences provided one is not less than Pass “D”, a Pass in English Language and Basic Mathematics is an added advantage.

Fee Structure 2018/2019

Certificate in Community Health – TSH. 1,255,400/=
Ordinary Diploma in Clinical Medicine – TSH. 1,300,000/=
Ordinary Diploma in Clinical Medicine (Upgrading) – TSH. 1,263,000/=
Ordinary Diploma in Nursing and Midwifery – TSH. 1,255,400/=

Service Details
Year Started 1963 Hours of Operation 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday to Friday
8:00 am to 12:00 pm Saturday and Sunday
Contact Information
Company Name Kibaha College of Health and Allied Sciences Website http://www.kec.or.tz

Phone Number
Location Kibaha, Pwani Region

Institute Details
Registration No REG/HAS/026
Institute Name: KIBAHA COLLEGE OF HEALTH AND ALLIED SCIENCES
Registration Status: Full Registered Institute Establishment Date: 01-Jan-2000
Registration Date: 03-Jun-2003 Accreditation Status: Accredited Institute
Ownership: Government Region: Pwani
District: Kibaha District Counci Fixed Phone 022 – 2402245
Phone: 022 2402245 PRINCIPAL Address: P. O. BOX 30282, KIBAHA
Email Address: kibahacohas@gmail.com Web Address:

 

Programmes offered by Institution
SN Programme Name NTA Level(s)
1 Clinical Medicine 4 – 6
2 Clinical Medicine Upgrading 6
3 Community Health 4
4 Nursing and Midwifery 4 – 6

 

Ordinary Diploma in Clinical Medicine (Upgrading) REQUIREMENTS:
Programme: Ordinary Diploma in Clinical Medicine (Upgrading)
REQUIREMENTS: Holder of Technician Certificate (NTA level 5) in Clinical Medicine with “D” pass in Biology, Chemistry or Physics (CSEE) for the graduates starting from 2010; OR Graduates before NTAs system should have certificate in Clinical Medicine and at least D Pass in any of science subject; Necessary Attachments: Technician Certificate and Transcript in Clinical Medicine and Letter of permission from employer for graduates before 2015.
Technician Certificate in Clinical Medicine REQUIREMENTS:
Programme: Technician Certificate in Clinical Medicine
REQUIREMENTS: Holders of Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (CSEE) with four (4) Passes in non-religious Subjects including “D” Passes in Chemistry, Biology and Physics/Engineering Sciences; AND Possession of Basic Technician Certificate (NTA Level 4) in Clinical Medicine.
Technician Certificate in Clinical Medicine REQUIREMENTS:
Programme: Technician Certificate in Clinical Medicine
REQUIREMENTS: Holders of Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (CSEE) with four (4) Passes in non-religious Subjects including “D” Passes in Chemistry, Biology and Physics/Engineering Sciences; AND Possession of Basic Technician Certificate (NTA Level 4) in Clinical Medicine.
Basic Technician Certificate in Community Health REQUIREMENTS:
Programme: Basic Technician Certificate in Community Health
REQUIREMENTS: Holders of Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (CSEE) with four (4) passes in non-religious subjects including “D” pass in Biology OR An applicant who has received informal training in Community Health Workers (CHWs), Para Social work (PSW) and Medical Attendant (MAs) recognized programs; and practiced in the respective area AND Holder of Certificate of Secondary Education Examination OR Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education Examination. Admission of such applicants into the programme will follow guidelines and procedures for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) prescribed by NACTE; Necessary Attachments: Birth Certificate, Letter from Village Executive Officer (VEO) and Certificate for CHWs, PSWs or MAs training (if attended).
Basic Technician Certificate in Community Health REQUIREMENTS:
Programme: Basic Technician Certificate in Community Health
REQUIREMENTS: Holders of Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (CSEE) with four (4) passes in non-religious subjects including “D” pass in Biology OR An applicant who has received informal training in Community Health Workers (CHWs), Para Social work (PSW) and Medical Attendant (MAs) recognized programs; and practiced in the respective area AND Holder of Certificate of Secondary Education Examination OR Advanced Certificate of Secondary Education Examination. Admission of such applicants into the programme will follow guidelines and procedures for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) prescribed by NACTE; Necessary Attachments: Birth Certificate, Letter from Village Executive Officer (VEO) and Certificate for CHWs, PSWs or MAs training (if attended).

Kibaha Education Centre is a multipurpose Educational Institution situated in Coast Region 40 kilometers (24 miles) West of Dar es Salaam along Morogoro Road. The Centre was started in 1963, sponsored by the five countries – the then Tanganyika Government on one hand and the Government of the four Nordic Countries on the other i.e. Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden. The Centre was known as the “Nordic Tanganyika Project” until 1970 when the four Nordic Countries handed over to Tanzanian Government. The Nordic Tanganyika Project then became “Kibaha Education Centre” (KEC) as per Public Corporation Act, No. 17 1969 as revised by Public Corporation Act, CAP 257 R.E 2002. The main objective for this project was to fight against three development enemies namely Ignorance, Diseases and Poverty, these objectives are still fulfilled to date.

In the past 54 years since its establishment, Kibaha Education Centre has undergone a lot of transformation that keeps the Centre to perform perfectly and cope up with the world transformation in terms of technology and social economic needs.

In fighting against diseases the Centre has continued to provide health services to the Public through Tumbi Regional Designated Referral Hospital, victims of road accidents have been receiving proper attention and lives of many patients have been served due to the efforts done by health practitioners of this hospital.

Hospital Management Information System GOT- HOMIS which is now managed by PO-RALG was built at Kibaha Education Centre where by this System is used to collect revenue in almost all Regional and District Hospitals in Tanzania.

Apart from that, Doctors from Tumbi Hospital have been providing training to Intern Doctors from University of Dodoma, Kariuki Memorial Hospital, St John University and Kampala International University.

Kibaha College of Health and Allied Sciences (KCOHAS) has continued to provide training to Medical Doctors , Nurses and Laboratory technicians all at Diploma level and therefore contributing a lot in enhancing health sector in Tanzania.

In the fight against the enemy poverty Kibaha Folk Development College (KFDC) has been providing long and short term vocational training courses. Youth and neighboring communities have received entrepreneurship skills and outreach programmes which have enabled them to be self reliant and cope with their day to day activities.

In the fight against ignorance Kibaha Education Centre has been providing Pre- Primary, Primary and Secondary Education to Students. This has been possible through the available Education infrastructures which include Tumbi Pre – School, Tumbi Primary School, Kibaha Secondary School, Kibaha Girls Secondary School and Tumbi Secondary School. The Kibaha Public Library has enabled Students and the nearby communities to enrich their knowledge.

Despite these achievements there are some challenges such as:

  • Inadequate of Financial resources,
  • Inadequate of human resources
  • Very old infrastructures.

The KEC Management and Board of Directors are working together to alleviate these challenges through various transformation strategies which are not limited to:

Investment
Controlling and effective use of available resources
The use of ICT in service delivery.
Lastly, this website will give you direct access to news, tender announcements and all other official information regarding centre activities.

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