As a member of the Health Network Programme, you will benefit from access to key professional development websites without incurring data charges. Two zero-rated sites are now available and up to three more will be by the end of 2017.

Current Zero-Rated Sites

This is the program website that includes the terms and conditions, program news, guidance on how to register, and contact information.

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) developed the Global Health eLearning (GHeL) Center to provide health workers with access to state-of-the-art technical global health information.

Take advantage of free self-paced, Internet-based courses and certificate programs that:

  • Provide useful and timely continuing education for the world’s premier global health professionals
  • Present state-of-the-art technical content on key public health topics
  • Serve as a practical resource for increasing public health knowledge

Additional Important Health Information and Education Sites

This portal contains all the data in the health management information system. You must have credentials to access it. 

This is a no-fee, open-access, peer-reviewed, online journal that aims to improve health practice, especially in low- and middle-income countries, by publishing current research and program experiences. GHSP is a unique journal because it focuses on the lessons learned and the "how" of global health programs, including lessons and detail that are often buried in grey literature.

This site connects frontline health workers to resources and each other to expand their knowledge, organize content into courses, and share learning with the community.

Tanzania Family Planning is an online platform dedicated to communicating about and advocating for family planning issues in Tanzania. It is a blog created by the Tanzania Communication and Development Center with the support of Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs Tanzania.