As I was getting on the plane with Mary Poliwka and my twin toddlers to head back to Tanzania, it occurred to me that I have been coming to the country on and off for nine years. A lot changes in nine years. A lot of things in Tanzania have gotten easier, as I am
Author: Noelle Sullivan
Noelle Sullivan is a global health studies lecturer and critical medical anthropologist who explores the impacts of development aid and state health sector reform on provision of healthcare within resource-deficient government-run health facilities in Tanzania.