Capacity Development

  • Capacity for Reform Management & Implementation Zanzibar

    This is a four year project intending to support key national institutions particularly the President’s Office, First Vice President’s Office, Second Vice President’s Office and Planning Commission to effectively provide policy guidance, oversight, coordination and implementation of reforms and MKUZA II implementation plan

  • Capacity Development for Results based Monitoring,Evaluation &Auditing

    The project started in October 2012 with the purpose of responding to expressed needs of the Government in the context of the public financial management (PFM) as well as addressing the capacity gaps in the national poverty monitoring and evaluation institutions and systems, including sub-national and community monitoring systems.

  • Evidence Based Planning & Monitoring of MKUZA

    The project aims in improving accountability and pursue evidence based policy decision making, supporting and developing the operation of M&E activities throughout the sector and national level within the government of Zanzibar

  • Pro- Poor Economic Growth & Environmentally sustainable development

    This is the project that will support the national efforts to reduce income poverty through promoting inclusive, sustainable and employment-enhancing growth by focusing on enhancing Tanzania’s institutional capabilities for developing pro-poor growth and environmentally sustainable development policies and strategies

  • Policy Coherence,Core Reforms & Goverment Monitoring System

    Project focuses on creation of stronger government policy development and coherence, reforms, including improved reform coordination, Monitoring and Evaluation, and to support the establishment of a Cabinet Secretariat Evaluation Committee and M&E Unit.

  • Enhancing Aid Management Capacity in Tanzania & Zanzibar

    The programme is expected to stimulate a transformational change for some of the central instruments in the aid cooperation to provide firmer Government leadership and national ownership in the medium-term in line with MKUKUTA II and Vision 2025.