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Tanzania has shown to be a successful ground for social marketing for health with programs like the Familia Social Franchise Network. Familia aims to deliver standardized, quality family planning and maternal health services to Tanzanian women, particularly low-income women.The Familia Social Franchising Network now operates over 200 franchises across Tanzania. Public private partnerships, like the North Star Alliance Roadside Wellness Centers, are similarly rethinking how health services are delivered. The program works with national/regional transport sectors and health authorities to identify HIV/AIDS hotspots along major transport corridors and establish outreach clinics to service truck drivers, sex workers and the surrounding community. Explore other ways Tanzanian programs are revolutionizing how health services are delivered.

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