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Tawi Consult - TANZANIA
Available for PARTNERSHIP in M&E/Proj Mgt in Tanzania , ...
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Tawi Consult is Tanzanian registered company aspiring to be a dependable development partner with governments, organizations and companies by providing reliable M&E and Project Management Services. The company believes in, and therefore supports linking evidence to decision. Informed decisions increase responses to priority needs with potential to creating lasting changes.
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Area of Expertise:
  • Monitoring, Evaluation, Policy, Research, Analysis
Professional Experience:
Tawi Consult's Areas of Expertise:

1) Research and Evaluation
2) Project Management
3) Monitoring and Evaluation Systems
4) Database Management Systems
5) Data Collection Agency
6) M&E Training and Capacity Development
7) Partnering in Grant Applications for Future Projects
The vision of Tawi Consult is to help our clients measure their results (outcomes and impacts). Our mission is to provide technical assistance to our clients from preparing Results-Based M&E plans and assisting in monitoring project implementation to ultimate realization of results. Through our adage, “professionalism and credibility”, we strongly believe in creating a lasting relationship with our clients, and we strive for excellence in everything we do.
Affiliations and Achievements:
Our Current and Past Performance:

Tawi Consult was awarded a 12-month (Jan-Dec 2019) contract with UNICEF Tanzania to provide support for the implementation and monitoring of an adolescent-oriented community radio program and adolescent listener clubs in the Southern Highlands and Zanzibar. The main objective of the consultancy is to support selected LGAs and community radio stations to implement and monitor the Shuga radio program and through:
• Engaging adolescents, local technical expert persons and radio stations
• Identifying and engaging existing platforms of in and out of school adolescents 15-19 years which can be built on to develop the adolescent listener clubs
• Coaching club mentors to convene the adolescent listener clubs,
• Conducting pre- and post-tests with selected radio listeners groups
• Dissemination of the radio program materials and gadgets
• Weekly monitoring of the aired program
• Compiling monthly reports from the listener clubs and the radio presenters
• Organizing (together with community radios) live/recorded shows with adolescents and inviting experts for clarification on sub topics identified with adolescents
• Collaborating with partners working with adolescents and young people to expand Shuga radio activities beyond UNICEF catchment areas
• Regularly liaising with TACAIDS, ZAC and UNICEF on the progress
• Submitting mid-term and final report at the end of the 36 episodes explaining the process, results, challenges and recommendations to improve the program.

We have in the recent past conducted not only quantitative but also qualitative research/surveys in community-based settings for both rural and urban districts of Mainland Tanzania. We were privileged to be engaged in conducting both baseline and endline evaluation surveys for a USAID/PEPFAR-funded project of Pamoja Tuwalee (Most Vulnerable Children's Project) under Pact World Tanzania.

Other than managing USAID-funded projects, our team members have also worked, and managed projects funded by other donors such as CDC, DFID, SwissTPH, and Universities. We have so far managed to conduct various consultancies with various clients including the following:

? We worked with PactWorld Tanzania for the past three years on the Pamoja Tuwalee Project conducting baseline and endline surveys using both quantitative and qualitative approaches in Southern Highlands regions (Rukwa, Mbeya, Iringa and Katavi), and in Lindi, Mtwara and Mwanza regions, (covering a total of 7 regions and 40 districts for the baseline surveys, and 10 regions including the 7 baseline regions and Kagera, Tabora, and Mara) in Mainland Tanzania. Data collectors were supplied with mobile phones loaded with the Mobenzi application for use in collecting data from households.

? In 2010, we consulted with The Tanzania Red Cross Society (TRCS) during the former’s hang up campaign in distribution of long-lasting impregnated nets (LLINs) to children of under 5 years of age (U5s). TRCS received funds from the United States President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI) to conduct the hang-up campaign across all 21 regions of Mainland Tanzania. DataPlus was therefore commission to undertake data entry, data management and results presentation of the hang up campaign data. DataPlus completed the assignment of entering an estimate of 150,000 forms in 5 months. Deliverables included:
• Creating data entry screens for use in entering the data
• Presenting all data from the hang up campaign in a format conducive of transferring to other formats
• Preparing power point presentations with overall results from all regions
• Submitting all physical forms submitted back to TRCS

? Our professionals worked as associate consultants for a joint activity commissioned by Hai, Temeke and Ilala Council Health Teams. The work included:
• Preparing for a demographic and health census fieldwork (population: >220,000).
• Training of enumerators and field supervisors (55+ interviewers

Available for:
  • Consulting assignments

    Years of Experience:
    More than 20 years
    Highest Qualification:
    English, Swahili
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