Tanzania

Institutionalizing Quality Improvement in Tanzania: A review and a look forward

The USAID Applying Science to Strengthen and Improve Systems (ASSIST) project in Tanzania was tasked to enhance capacity of RHMT/CHMTs in 19 councils in three regions of the Southern Highlands of Tanzania to manage and lead QI efforts. The...

Improving Antiretroviral Therapy Services in Tanzania Change Package

This document focuses on QI activities implemented to improve ART services in Tanzania during ASSIST from 2012 to 2017. At the project’s inception, performance gaps in the ART program were: low enrollment to HIV care, significant retention...

USAID ASSIST Project Annual Performance Monitoring Report FY18

University Research Co., LLC (URC) and its partners have completed six years of implementation of theUSAID Applying Science to Strengthen and Improve Systems (ASSIST) Project. This report is the sixth Annual Performance Monitoring Report...

USAID ASSIST Project Semi-Annual Performance Monitoring Report FY18

University Research Co., LLC (URC) and its partners have completed 5.5 years of implementation of the USAID Applying Science to Strengthen and Improve Systems (ASSIST) Project. This report is the eleventh Semi-Annual Performance Monitoring...

Increasing Accountability for the Reliability of Rapid HIV Test Results: Observations from Seven Facilities in Rungwe District Council, Tanzania

In Tanzania in 2015, the USAID ASSIST project in collaboration with the Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children (MOHCDGEC) and implementing partners (IPs) was tasked to support activities to improve the...

Health Worker Engagement and Facility Performance in Delivering HIV Care in Tanzania

With an increasing number of people living with HIV linked to long-term treatment, a productive health workforce is essential to provide quality care. Engaged health workers are more productive and provide higher quality care. This study...

There Is Much to Learn When You Listen: Citizen Engagement in High- and Low-Income Countries

It is important engage and solicit feedback from citizens when developing the health care policies that will affect them. However, citizen engagement can be difficult to implement in practice – and often more so in low- and middle-income...

Exploring Peer Mentor Retention in Tanzania

Peer mentors, expert patients, and other non-clinical community-based workers are increasingly relied upon to be a bridge between the HIV patient community and the health facility. In Tanzania, where there is a critical health workforce...

ASSIST Tanzania Country Report FY17

This is the FY17 annual country report for ASSIST/Tanzania.

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