Monitoring Well-Being Outcomes among Kizazi Kipya Project Beneficiaries in Tanzania


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Author(s): Chapman, J. L., Brugh, K., Mujaya, S, Kahwa, A, Hickmann, M, & Charyeva, Z.

Year: 2018


Chapman, J. L., Brugh, K., Mujaya, S, Kahwa, A, Hickmann, M, & Charyeva, Z. (2018). Monitoring well-being outcomes among Kizazi Kipya project beneficiaries: Key findings from the baseline evaluation. Dar es Salaam, Tanzania: MEASURE Evaluation–Tanzania.
Monitoring Well-Being Outcomes among Kizazi Kipya Project Beneficiaries in Tanzania Abstract:

The impetus behind this evaluation was twofold. First, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) mission in Tanzania wanted to better understand the impact of the savings groups implemented by the Kizazi Kipya project on the well-being of orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) households (HHs) supported by the United States President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR). Second, USAID/Tanzania, together with the Kizazi Kipya project, were required in 2017 to report to the Office of the Global AIDS Coordinator on a new set of outcome indicators, which could only be obtained through an external HH survey of the beneficiary population. There were two evaluation questions:

  1. What is the change in PEPFAR monitoring, evaluation, and reporting (MER) indicators of well-being among Kizazi Kipya beneficiaries over time?
  2. Under what circumstances does caregiver participation in a savings group contribute to changes in the uptake of HIV testing, retention in HIV care, and adherence to HIV medication among caregivers and children?

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