End-line evaluation report-Saving mothers' and children's lives project

Saving mothers’ and children's lives through innovative, sustainable, and comprehensive reproductive, maternal, child, adolescent health services project

Final Project Report
UNICEF Tanzania

Highlights

The Government of Tanzania (GoT) has prioritized the reduction of maternal and newborn deaths and stillbirths in line with global efforts as advocated by Sustainable Development Goal 3 (SDG 3) through the development and implementation of the National Road Map Strategic Plan to Accelerate Reduction of Maternal, Newborn, and Child Deaths in Tanzania and One Plan II (2016-2020). It is also working closely with development partners like UNICEF to address the challenges in accessing quality health care, with a specific focus on reproductive, maternal, newborn, child, and adolescent health (RMNCAH). UNICEF Tanzania, with funding from the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) and in partnership with the GoT, designed and implemented the Saving mothers’ and children's lives through innovative, sustainable, and comprehensive reproductive, maternal, child, adolescent health services project in Mbeya and Songwe regions from March 2015 – June 2019.

Kantar was commissioned in August 2019 to undertake the endline evaluation of the Saving mothers’ and children's lives through innovative, sustainable, and comprehensive reproductive, maternal, child, adolescent health services project (referred to as UNICEF/KOICA project henceforth). This report presents the final end-line evaluation results of the project on the key outcomes of interest.

The purpose of the evaluation was to generate substantive evidence and lessons learned on the relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, sustainability, gender, and equity focus of the “Saving mothers’ and children’s lives through innovative, sustainable and comprehensive reproductive, mother, child and adolescent health services” project.

Endline Evaluation Report (UNICEF-KOICA project)
Author
KANTAR
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Languages
English

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