Lugeye dispensary is providing the best example of using the community involvement in Quality Improvement. The Dispensary used the village meetings in distributed responsibilities for 10 sub-villages of Lugeye ward on fundraising required for construction of the modern dispensary with admission wards. In 2006 the dispensary renovated male ward, In 2009 female ward and PMTCT and OPD, 2014 paediatric ward, In 2014 x-ray room and 9 more staffs recruited through Magu Council strategy, AMREF and community contributions. From 2012 to 2014 a total of 8 new health care workers have been enrolled after setting targets for quality health care delivery by the council. The President of United Republic of Tanzania awarded an ambulance in January 2014. This environment has made the dispensary the unique role model for quality Improvement. URC-Assist and CSSC has described Lugeye Dispensary to be the best implementers of PMTCT Option B+ after >99% adherence of the developed quality improvement implementation plan through the use of 18 quality improvement indicators.