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NHIF Portal - FAST Login or Register Online Tanzania 2023

This is a complete guide on NHIF Portal, NHIF selfcare Portal, NHIF Students Portal, NHIF Tanzania, NHIF Verification, NHIF Student Registration. 

NHIF Portal, NHIF selfcare Portal, NHIF Students Portal, NHIF Tanzania, NHIF Verification, NHIF Student Registration.

The NHIF Portal is designed, developed and hosted by National Health Insurance Fund (NHIF). 

The NHIF Portal’s main objective is to enable a one stop center interface for health care services delivery in a transparent, easy and cost effective manner from various Accredited Health Facilities for the benefit of its beneficiaries.

NHIF Portal Login or Register (NHIF service portal)

NHIF beneficiaries can access health services through a wide network of accredited health facilities in Tanzania. 

The Fund’s accredited health facilities among others include Public health facilities, Private health facilities and Faith Based Organization (FBO’s) which are geographically scattered all over the country. 

The Fund accredits all levels of health facilities which include:-

  1. National Referral and equivalent hospitals
  2. Zonal referral and equivalent hospitals
  3. Regional referral Hospitals
  4. District/Designated/ Designated Hospitals
  5. Health Centers
  6. Dispensaries
  7. Specialized Clinics
  8. Diagnostics Centers (Imaging and Laboratories)
  9. Pharmacies, and
  10. Accredited Drugs Dispensing Outlets (ADDOs).
NHIF Student Online Registration Portal

NHIF Portal Home Link

NHIF Portal Member Registration link

NHIF User Login Link

Facility certification Link

Find More About NHIF PORTAL Tanzania


The National Health Insurance Fund (NHIF) was established with the main objective of ensuring accessibility of health care services to Central Government Personnel. 

The Act establishing the Fund was further amended to include private sector institutions and individuals who join the fund on voluntary basis.


By June, 2015, NHIF had 6,185 accredited health facilities countrywide which was equivalent to 55% of all facilities in country.


Contributions to the Scheme largely depends on the ability to pay and not determined by the risk profile, sex or previous utilization rate of prospective member(s). 

The original NHIF Act indicated 6% of monthly basic salary to be shared between employer and employee as contributions and other arrangement were set for Students, clergy, associations, private sectors, individuals and other public service.


NHIF cover the contributing member, spouse and up to four legally identified dependants limited to biological and legally adopted children, parents and in Laws.

Did you know?

Upon death, termination or retirement of the principal member in the public sector all NHIF beneficiaries can utilize NHIF benefits for three more months.


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