Kivulini Maternity Centre – News

Maternity Africa’s Kivulini Maternity Centre is located in rural Northern Tanzania, near the city of Arusha. Since ofifically opening in June 2018, the centre has provided a spectrum of quality, evidence-based maternal healthcare services. These include antenatal care, intrapartum care, postnatal care, comprehensive family planning counselling and treatment and 24-hour Comprehensive Emergency Obstetric and Newborn Care (CEmONC).

At Kivulini Maternity Centre, Maternity Africa also provides surgery for women suffering from obstetric fistula and other birth-induced injuries.

The Centre is equipped with its own laboratory, theatre, pharmacy, wards accommodating up to 56 beds, administrative offices and staff accommodations.

Thanks to the kindness of Maternity Africa’s generous donors, all of the services are provided free of charge to the vulnerable and marginalised women and girls of childbearing age treated at Kivulini Maternity Centre.

Check out some of the latest stories from Kivulini Maternity Centre below.


Janeth – social care pack

Janeth – social care pack

Meet Janeth, 42 years old. She is a mother of five, aged 17, 12, 5, and newborn twins. She lives in a single room with her husband and all the children. There is one bed. The children sleep on the floor. Janeth attended Kivulini Maternity Centre for antenatal care....

Solar lights: brightening patients’ lives

Solar lights: brightening patients’ lives

With more than 1 billion people – about 14% of the world’s population –  still without access to energy, finding affordable ways to get electricity in their homes is crucial if many countries are going to have a reasonable chance at achieving some of the...

International Day of the Midwife

International Day of the Midwife

Maternity Africa appreciates our midwives - and all of our other staff. They are dedicated to making childbirth safe here at Kivulini Maternity Centre in Northern Tanzania, providing quality midwifery care, improving sexual, reproductive, maternal, newborn, child and...


Flying Medical Services transported 39-year-old Naramatisho more than 200 kilometres from her village to Kivulini Maternity Centre. Having high blood pressure complications, she delivered by Caesarian Section. When she arrived, Naramatisho was severely anaemic, and...


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