Research and M&E Capacity Building

This area of project work aimed to generate evidence through operations research and strengthen research and M&E capacity by administering small grants to local researchers, government, and community-based organizations (CBOs).

This area of MEASURE Evaluation–Tanzania (MEval–TZ) work aims to generate evidence through operations research and to strengthen research and monitoring and evaluation (M&E) capacity by administering small grants to local researchers, government, and community-based organizations (CBOs). MEval–TZ supported Muhimbili University’s innovative two-year, graduate-level curriculum for Programme Management and M&E training, established a community of practice for M&E professionals, and conducted secondary data analysis.  

The project also identified four HIV-related operational research studies for direct implementation:

  • An assessment of HIV referral systems between communities and health facilities in Tanzania 
  • Home-based care (HBC) needs assessment among US-government supported areas in Tanzania
  • Availability and Use of Sex-Disaggregated Data in Tanzania: An Assessment
  • Monitoring well-being outcomes among Kizazi Kipya project beneficiaries: Key findings from the baseline evaluation

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Monitoring Well-Being Outcomes among Kizazi Kipya Project (MVC/OVC) Beneficiaries in Tanzania

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