Directorate of Planning and Development - Muhimbili Campus

The Directorate of Planning and Investment at the Muhimbili Campus (DPI-MUH) is one of the 12 Directorates of the Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences. The Directorate is responsible for the development and monitoring of the university planning activities, improving Institutional Investment portfolio, resource mobilization as well as securing the available and new university properties. The DPI-MUHis composed of the following Departments;
1.    Strategic Planning
2.    Resource Mobilization
3.    Investment
4.    Insurance Services.
The functions of the various departments of the directorate are as follows:-

1.    Department of Strategic Planning
Functions
  1.     Coordinating University planning process
  2.     Develop Institutional Corporate and Five Year Rolling strategic plan
  3.     Guiding Schools/Directorates to develop their strategic plan
  4.     Providing technical expertise on strategic planning to the Unit
  5.     Monitor Implementation of Strategic plan
  6.     Coordinate production of annual and triennium report
  7.     To prepare Directorate Annual Action Plan
2    Department of Resource Mobilization
Functions
  1.     Identify Activities for income generation  internally and externally
  2.     Coordinating units for institutional income generation activities
  3.     Write Proposal/business plan
  4.     Guide Units to develop unit specific income generation ideas
  5.     Ensure cost containment
  6.     Develop guidelines/policies and procedures for institutional income generation and cost     containment
  7.     Monitor and Evaluate implementation of income generation activities
  8.     Establish and implement rigorous system for revenue collection for the University facilities
  9.     Participate in the University Budgeting and Resource allocation
3    Department of Investment
Functions
  1.     Generate ideas for investment of the University properties
  2.     Develop feasibility studies/investment proposals
  3.     Work closely with department of Resource Mobilization
  4.     Develop and implement strategies for safeguarding University properties
4    Department of Insurance Services
Functions
  1.     Establish the University InsuranceBroker
  2.    Ensure that all University properties (Motor vehicles, Buildings, furniture, computer and     documents such as title deeds)  are ensured
  3.     Generate income for the University through provision of insurance services to other     clients/institutions
  4.     Develop and maintain MUHAS asset registry
  5.     Market the MUHAS Insurance Broker (MUIB)
 
 
















Directorate of Planning and Development - Mloganzila Campus

Inadequate teaching and learning infrastructure are the major challenges facing the higher education sub-sector. MUHAS is not an exception to this challenge. Currently MUHAS has about 2442 student s compared to 456 in the late 1990s. This trend has occurred without a corresponding increase in the teaching and learning infrastructure within the institution. 

The existing university infrastructures are inadequate and some facilities are old and won out. Another main challenge facing MUHAS is lack of teaching hospital. Currently Muhimbili National Hospital does not provide adequate teaching space for increased clinical students at MUHAS:
However, the vision of MUHAS is to become a center of excellence for training health professionals, quality research and public service, located in a spacious area, with a state of the art University hospital, conducive learning environment and sustainable resource generation.
As a step towards achieving this vision, MUHAS have initiated developmental activities at Mloganzila land with a purpose of developing it into a New University Campus. The photo above represent design of the proposed MUHAS Medical Center  to be build at Mloganzila.

Short Courses

Short Course on Traditional Medicine Development Level I
The Institute of Traditional Medicine (ITM) is advertising five days short course training on Traditional Medicine Development level I starting from 17th to 21st September 2018. The applications are open from 12th June, 2018 and the closing date for receiving application and payment is 31st August, 2018.  Download the Brochure, Advert (Swahili/English)  and Application Form (Swahili, English)
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Short Course on Traditional Medicine Development Level II

The Institute of Traditional Medicine (ITM) is advertising five days short course on Traditional Medicine Development level II starting from 24th to 28th September 2018. The applications are open from 12th June, 2018 and the closing date for receiving application and payment is 31st August, 2018.  Download the Brochure, Advert (Swahili, English)  and Application Form (Swahili, English)

Kalenga Guest House
The MUHAS Kalenga Guest House (KGH) is a comfortable and safe place for researchers, faculty, fellows and residents located along Kalenga Street plot No 490, Upanga area.
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