Some research commissioned by the Research and Analysis Technical Working Group is detailed below.

 

PPA Evaluation and Recommendations for the Poverty Monitoring System in Tanzania.

Social Protection: Assuring a Minimum Income for the Poorest in Tanzania.

Equity Implications of Health Sector User Fees in Tanzania. Do we retain the user fee or do we set the user f(r)ee? Analysis of Literature and Stakeholder Views.

Summary of Conclusions from Recent Research and Synthesis of Key Issues on Poverty In Tanzania.

Policy and Service Satisfaction Survey.

Vulnerability and Social Protection Programmes in Tanzania.

PPA Evaluation and Recommendations for the Poverty Monitoring System in Tanzania”
(March 2006)

By Social Development Direct

This report presents the findings of an evaluation of Tanzania’s first national Participatory Poverty Assessment (PPA). It also considers the implications of the future integration of participatory methodologies within Tanzania’s Poverty Monitoring System.

Social Protection: Assuring a Minimum Income for the Poorest in Tanzania
(May 2005)

A study by Patrick Ward, Kendra Gregson and Mark Watson from Oxford Policy Management (OPML) and Lucas Katera from Research on Poverty Alleviation (REPOA)

This report examined the dimension of social protection in Tanzania that deals with supporting household consumption/income through interventions at the level of the household and individual. This involved a review of poverty and vulnerability in Tanzania and of the expenditure and institutional arrangements of relevant programmes.

"Equity Implications of Health Sector User Fees in Tanzania. Do we retain the user fee or do we set the user f(r)ee? Analysis of Literature and Stakeholder Views"

By ETC Crystal, The Netherlands, July 2004

"Summary of Conclusions from Recent Research and Synthesis of Key Issues on Poverty In Tanzania"
(May 2004) 

By Brian Cooksey and Masuma Mamdani

This report summarises and reviews the key findings from the:
  "Poverty and Human Development Reports" (PHDR) 2002 and 2003,
  "Tanzania Participatory Poverty Assessment" (TzPPA) 2002-2003, and
  "Policy and Service Satisfaction Survey" (PSSS) 2003-2004.;
as well as reviewing other reports.

The summary report is available to download here

The full report is available to download here

"Policy and Service Satisfaction Survey" 
(October 2003) 

By REPOA

The summary report is available to download here

The full report is available to download here

Vulnerability and Social Protection Programmes in Tanzania
(September 2003) 

(click on the title to download the report)

A study by Fred Lerisse, Donald Mmari, and Mgeni Baruani

This report describes the extent to which major social protection and risk management programmes and strategies adopted in Tanzania have contributed in shielding the extremely vulnerable individuals, households and communities in urban and rural areas from becoming poorer.


Additional reports are available on: http://www.povertymonitoring.go.tz/

The findings and opinions expressed in some of these reports are those of the authors alone and should not be attributed to the Research and Analysis Technical Working Group or REPOA.

 

 


 

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