Institutions for Inclusive Development Programme Evaluation for DFID Tanzania
Integrity to conduct Mid-Term Review and Final Evaluation for the Institutions for Inclusive Development Programme for DFID Tanzania
Integrity, leading a consortium which also includes IPE Triple Line and Development Pioneer Consultants (DPC), has been contracted to design and implement the Mid-Term Review (MTR) and Final Evaluation for the Institutions for Inclusive Development (I4ID) Programme for DFID Tanzania.
Through its I4ID programme, the UK is contributing up to £14 million over 5 years (2016‑2021) to strengthen democratic governance institutions in Tanzania. The I4ID programme is designed as a flexible programme that will adapt to the ever changing operating context and experience and understanding gained during implementation. The aim of the MTR and final evaluation will be to provide (a) strategic direction adjustments for the programme (b) learning on flexible and adaptive programming (c) and better understanding of how change happens. (Source)
Integrity has been working in Tanzania since 2014, Integrity’s recent work in Tanzania includes:
- ‘UHAKIKI’ The Civil and Political Rights Tracking Project (CPRT) for DFID Tanzania, seeking to strengthen dialogue on civil and political rights in the country
- As a member of the consortium that is implementing DFID’s Technical Assistance to Big Result Now in Education Results Based Programme (BRNEd P4R). Most recently, we delivered a piece of research that explored the implementation of the of the School Ranking Initiative (SRI) in Tanzania, and developed a set of recommendations to support its refinement as a tool to support better quality education in Tanzania.
You can explore all of Integrity’s work, both regionally and globally by visiting our projects page here.