As the third phase of REPOA’s Strategic Plan 2005-2009 draws to a close, 2009 was a time for us to reflect on activities, our achievements, as well as making a concerted effort to learn from our experiences and harness all aspects of what we have learned from 2005 to 2009 and integrate them into 2010 and beyond. Valuable insights from external reviewers and other stakeholders have also contributed to this process. The lessons learned will be fully integrated into the next phase of the Strategic Plan 2010 – 2014.
Next year, REPOA will begin the fourth Strategic Plan, 2010 – 2014, which will guide this organisation through its fifteenth year of operation. This fourth strategic plan sets out the framework for a period of consolidation; a time to reflect and to concentrate our efforts in areas we consider REPOA can make the most effective contribution to development in Tanzania.
We are honoured to present to our esteemed stakeholders our annual report for 2018, the fourth year of the 2015–2019 strategic plan.
We are very delighted to present to our esteemed stakeholders our Annual Report for 2017, the third year of implementation of our Strategic Plan for 2015-2019. 2007 marked the mid-point in Strategic Plan, an appropriate time to reflect on how we have performed so far and the strategic choices we need to make to fulfill […]
This year was the first year of implementation of our Strategic Plan for 2015-19. Responding to changes in the priorities and commitments of development partners, REPOA’s model for financing the plan was reviewed. Under this new model, collaborative research grants will be increasingly emphasized as our primary source of income, and new partnerships on mutually […]
Generating knowledge to inform national policies and programmes to improve the quality of life of all Tanzanians is the essence of REPOA’s vision and mission. In line with the recommendations of the mid-term review report undertaken in 2012, REPOA continued to strengthen its capacity to become Tanzania’s leading think-tank for policy research for development. All […]