All patients from this country should be offered and recommended an HIV test.
Sexually active individuals should be offered a full sexual health screen and safer sex health promotion advice.
Reproductive health indicators
In United Republic of Tanzania the lifetime average number of children per women is 5 compared with 2 in the UK.
26.4% of women of reproductive age report using (or a partner using) a contraceptive method compared with 82% in the UK.
75% of women aged 50–69 years have undergone a breast examination or mammography compared to 75% in the UK and 70% of women aged 20–69 years have undergone cervical cancer screening compared to 70% in the UK.
Female genital mutilation
FGM has regularly been documented in this country.