USAID/Tanzania Data for Development
CLIENT: U.S. Agency for International Development Mission to Tanzania
PRACTICE AREAS: Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning and Cross-Cutting Program Support.
SUBCONTRACTORS: NORC and Hennice, Inc.
TIME PERIOD: 2017 to 2023
The Data for Development project provides performance management and evaluation services to improve data-driven decision-making, planning, and implementation for USAID/Tanzania, its implementing partners, and strategic local partners, including the National Bureau of Statistics and other Tanzanian institutions. David Hughes is chief of party.
- Conducting performance and impact evaluations, surveys, assessments, and other research tasks for projects related to water resources integration, rural roads development, gender-based violence and gender equity, primary education, community health, and health services for children and adolescents with HIV
- Strengthening performance monitoring and reporting by USAID/Tanzania’s implementing partners—including data visualization using GIS mapping and data utilization for adaptive management—with close attention to the gender and youth aspects of the Mission’s portfolio
- Building the monitoring, evaluation, and learning (ME&L) capacity of USAID and its implementing partners as well as a range of Tanzanian institutions
USAID/Tanzania awarded this $27.7 million task order to ME&A in 2017 under the Policy, Planning and Learning-Learning, Evaluation and Research (PPL-LER) IDIQ contract to provide evaluation, monitoring, and assessment services for USAID Missions and Offices worldwide.