TANZANIA`S ECONOMY AMID COVID-19: THE RISE OF NEW AGENDA OF HEALTH INVESTMENT
JOSELINI V. HEBERTI, BONUS V. NGORORO
This study investigated the impact of COVID-19 on Tanzanian`s economy which has gained her new status of shifting from lower to lower-middle income economy countries. It present in a critical manner and from different perspectives the way our new economic status has been affected by the COVID-19 measures taken to curb it, particularly the lockdown of some countries and banning of an international means of transportation including airspaces. Nevertheless, the study has investigated the new agenda of health investment among African countries which could be helpfully in struggling against COVID-19 and other outbreak diseases. As a health sector is mutates mutandis to the economy of the country. Moreover, it tries to present widely how this global crisis was being perceived and the way our government responded to it. In order to maintain our economic status, also the study tries to synthesize the health sector and the present other institutions to figure out on how they work together to ensure that the economy of the country is stable and grows at the same time the health standard of people within the country is safe.