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The agreement between HLH and FoH shows that no legal and formal Tanzanian company to own and run the Mulbadaw farm has been established by the Norwegians in control of the farm. This together with the possibility of a new administration at HLH arise a new hope for a solution of the conflict between HDC and the Norwegians controlling the farm. 

HDC is on short notice ready to take responsibility and continue where we where forced out nearly four years ago.

HDC = Haydom Development Company Ltd.

HLH = Haydom Lutheran Hospital

FoH = (The Foundation) Friends of Haydom

About the conflict HDC vs. SHV/FoH 

Josephineís story 

The medical students who lost their HLH- grants:

Haydom- director Olsens letter to Fanuel. D Bellet

 

Fanuel D. Bellets request for help to Halvdan Jakobsen

 T   Issues in the conflict HDC vs. HLH/FoH:

The unilateral physical take-over of Mulbadaw Farm and Central Maintenance and Service Centre by order from the  Foundation Friends of Haydom in Norway; without producing any court injunction or any legal document authorizing such a take-over.

The conduct of the chairman of the Board of Directors of Haydom Development Company Ltd; his lack of loyalty to lawful decisions made by the Board in 2006 and his unauthorized and secret dealings with Joseph Tadayo leading up to the unilateral physical take-over mentioned above.

The deceit by FoH in fulfilling their own board decision of October 2005 in financing HDC Ltd

The lack of registration of the entity running Mulbadaw Farm and Central Maintenance and Service Centre after 12th August 2006; how can a foreign foundation own and run businesses in Tanzania without being registered in Tanzania?

The suspicion of corruption aimed at avoiding the case to be considered by the court.

Read more about the conflict here.

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Closer to a solution of the conflict?

Published 29.05.2010

No Tanzanian company?

The  agreement between HLH and FoH shows that no legal and formal Tanzanian company to own and run the Mulbadaw farm so far has been established by the Norwegians in control of the farm, unless this has happened after the agreement was made.The outline of the agreement between HLH and FoH makes it clear that the Norwegians in FoH are planning to be in managing control of all the properties in all foreseeable future. Itís the same control seeking Norwegian individuals in FoH who is behind the occupation of the Mulbadaw farm, who recently seemed to try to take control over the Haydom Lutheran Hospital (HLH) by a new foundation called Haydom Diaconical Foundation. Fortunately this takeover seems to be put on hold. Read more about how the Norwegians was proposed  to take full control over HLH here.

New administration at HLH?

As owner of HLH the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Tanzaniania (ELCT), Mubulu Diocese, has recently announced the position as Managing Medical Director at HLH for a new five years period.  In the announcement itís made clear that the Managing Medical Director must have a specialist qualification in any field of medicine.  The present Director, Olsen, doesnít have such a qualification. According to trustworthy HDC sources Olsen isnít among the applicants at the end of the application deadline on the 21.th of May 2010, but other qualified applicants exist.

Closer to a solution?

Together the two issues mentioned above hopefully can make it easier to find a peaceful and reconciled solution to the conflict between HDC on one side and the control seeking Norwegians in FoH on the other side. With a new administration on HLH, we hope it will be easier for all involved stakeholders to contribute to a constructive solution. Since no new deeds have been issued, the question of formal ownership seems still to be open and therefore easier to solve. HDC is on short notice ready to take responsibility and continue where we where forced out nearly four years ago.