Promoting a Home-Based Program Model for Supporting Children Affected by HIV/AIDS: Evaluation of Tumaini Project in Iringa Region, Tanzania

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Author(s): Nyangara F, Kalungwa Z, Obiero W, Thurman TR, Chapman J

Year: 2009


This report presents the post-test findings from a 2007 evaluation of the Tumaini home-based care program model implemented by CARE and by Family Health International through Consolata sisters Allamano, a faith-based organization, in the Iringa region of Tanzania. This information is useful to government agencies, program staff, and organizations providing services to orphans and vulnerable children (OVC), to help them make informed decisions on how to meet OVC needs and to reduce their vulnerabilities.

Filed under: Orphans and Vulnerable Children , Tanzania , HIV/AIDS , Evaluation , Child Health