UNICEF Tanzania Country Programme Evaluation

UNICEF, Tanzania

A Mokoro team conducted a summative and formative evaluation of the Government of the United Republic of Tanzania and UNICEF Country Programme of Cooperation from 2016 to 2022. The evaluation sought to strengthen UNICEF’s accountability to a range of national and international partners and donors by determining the extent to which the objectives of the Tanzania Country Programme had been achieved. The evaluation paid special attention to convergence programming which has been implemented
around parenting, family care practices, early childhood development and adolescents and children with disabilities.
The evaluation team employed an appreciative enquiry approach to data collection which is premised on the belief that by focusing on positive results, the evaluation becomes a more constructive and inclusive exercise. Engagement of key stakeholders was critical in the process of identifying key success stories and challenges and identifying positive and negative unexpected results. The qualitative data collection approach was conducted remotely due to the COVID-19 pandemic and comprised of key informant interviews, workshops and an online perception survey.

The Mokoro team produced a final evaluation report as well as an evaluation summary brief to support the UNICEF Tanzania Country Office in disseminating the findings of the evaluation to a wider group of stakeholders.

The people behind the project

Project leader: Lene Poulsen


Joyce Kinabo, Edward Mhina, Stephen Turner