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Aug 10, 2018

BID Initiative Midline and Endline Monitoring and Evaluation Report (Tanzania)


Tanzania

The BID Initiative has released midline and endline monitoring and evaluation (M&E) reports for Tanzania. This report presents the evaluation findings from Arusha Region and Tanga Region based on data that were collected between 2015 and 2018. In Arusha Region, data were collected at baseline (pre-intervention), midline (about four months post-intervention), and endline (12 months… >

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Aug 10, 2018

BID Initiative Monitoring and Evaluation Reports (Tanzania and Zambia)


Tanzania, Zambia

The BID Initiative has released midline and endline monitoring and evaluation (M&E) reports for Zambia and Tanzania.

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Jul 6, 2018

BID Initiative Lessons Learned Encyclopedia

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Tanzania, Zambia

The BID Initiative took a holistic approach to address immunization data challenges by packaging together information system products, data management policies, and evidence-based practices with people who are empowered to improve decision-making. This document captures the various lessons learned throughout BID, from the design and testing phase through implementation, noting if the lesson was learned in the Tanzania or Zambia implementation (or both).

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Jun 20, 2018

BLN Webinar: Lessons Learned in Change Management and Data Use

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Tanzania, Zambia

The BID Learning Network (BLN) invites you to watch a webinar entitled “Lessons Learned in Change Management and Data Use.” In this webinar, the presenters share the lessons learnt in Tanzania and Zambia during the implementation of data quality and data use interventions at district and sub-district levels. The audience learns about the use of change management tools to overcome resistance to change. The presenters discuss the different approaches used to address resistance.

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Sep 19, 2017

Presentations from the 2017 BLN Meeting in Zambia

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Zambia, Tanzania, Uganda, Chile, Gambia, Cameroon

Between September 19 and September 22, BID Learning Network (BLN) participants gathered in Lusaka, Zambia for a final BLN Discussion Meeting. The meeting provided an opportunity for country representatives and various partner organizations to discuss the challenges and best practices around developing and implementing digital health strategies and improving data collection, quality, and use across health systems. The week-long meeting included site visits to health facilities implementing interventions, as well as sessions on Zambia and Tanzania’s progress to-date, and panel discussions on change management.   Stay tuned for the full report from the meeting.

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Jan 30, 2017

Data Use Partnership: The Journey to Better Data for Better Health in Tanzania

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Tanzania

In 2016, PATH’s Digital Health Solutions program supported the Government of Tanzania in conducting a thorough landscape and gap analysis to identify the greatest opportunities to address key data challenges impeding health system performance. The process culminated in a government-driven data use investment road map for Tanzania. This report summarizes those findings and recommendations.

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Aug 31, 2015

Diagnosing Supply Chain Maturity: Supply Chain Compass Tool Helps Three Countries

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Tanzania, Madagascar, India

An integrated supply chain is cost-effective, responsive, and reliable, and helps reduce stockouts. An integrated supply chain links all the actors involved in managing health products into one cohesive supply chain management organization. Countries typically move through an evolution process to achieve an integrated public health supply chain. While every country is different, the path to integration usually evolves, over time, through three sequential phases: (1) the ad hoc phase, where stakeholders have little common understanding of what the supply chain looks like; (2) the organized phase, where roles and procedures for basic logistics functions are clarified and sufficient financial and human resources are mobilized; and (3) the integrated phase, where people, functions, levels, and entities in the supply chain are linked and managed through an interconnected supply chain organization

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May 12, 2015

Digital Health Dashboard: Tanzania

Tanzania

Although it has a relatively low ranking in terms of the World Economic Forum's Networked Readiness Index (123rd of 143 in 2015). the ICT environment in Tanzania is rapidly changing, in large part because of the Eastern Africa Submarine Cable System and the National ICT Broadband Backbone. The increased competition in both the voice and data markets has led to reduced pricing though it is still considered relatively expensive.

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Mar 3, 2015

BLN Webinar: Introduction and Formation of User Advisory Groups in Arusha

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Tanzania

The Better Immunization Data Learning Network (BLN) recently hosted a webinar entitled “Introduction and Formation of User Advisory Groups (UAG) in Arusha”. This webinar focused on the engagement of groups that are composed of users at different levels of the health system, who have a certain level of authority that enables them to validate the project. These users provide leadership for iterations of interventions as well as champion the process of improving immunization information systems.

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Feb 12, 2015

mHealth Country Feasibility Report: Tanzania 2015


Tanzania

The Tanzania mHealth Country Feasibility Report is the fourth in a series of 10 reports for Sub-Saharan Africa (Cote D'Ivoire, Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Nigeria, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda and Zambia). Each report turns a spotlight on the in-country mobile landscape and health burden, in terms of nutrition and maternal and child health, and then assesses the potential for mHealth services to contribute to public health needs. This series of reports is central to the aims of the GSMA Mobile for Development mHealth programme - to promote replication and the integration of mobile into health.

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