Major ongoing projects

PS3 Plus – July 2020 – 2025

A 5- year USAID-funded project aimed at Strengthening Public Sector Systems in the country at all levels in Tz mainland and Zanzibar.

Funder: USAID

PS3 – January 2021 – 2022

Strengthen Council Own Sources Revenues at Dar Se Salaam Metropolitan

Funder: Word Bank

PFM RP V2019-2023

Strengthening Public Finance Management systems

Funder: DFID

Malaria Stratification – 2019 to date

Developed an electronic tool for malaria micro stratification used by MoH to prepare malaria transmission risk strata at the community level in Tanzania Mainland. The tool integration to the PlanRep simplified the malaria risk stratification exercise at council level and facilitated targeting of intervention and effective utilization of resources. 

Funder: MoHCDGEC

WISH Accountability – 2022- 2023

Building the capacity of local NGOs to hold government accountable for its commitments to support Family planning intervention. This entails reviewing of Government policies, budget, and progress of the FPSRH Dodoma region. Increasing access to family planning and integrated Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) services in Tanzania.

Funder: Option Tanzania/Swiss



WGNRR – Aug 2022 – March 2023

Women’s Global Networking for Reproductive Rights–Africa ) intends to strengthen access to Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) information and services via mobile application in both Android and IOS operating system



Previous projects

Wajibika – 2010 – 2012

Wajibika was a USAID-funded project provided training and mentoring that helped 38 of the country’s 161 councils implement community-driven health services planning and improve budgeting, procurement, and internal audit practices.

Funder: USAID


PS3 – 2015 – 2020

The purpose of USAID’s five-year Public Sector Strengthening (PS3) in Tanzania activity is to strengthen existing Government of Tanzania (GOT) systems at national and local levels to Improve service delivery across sectors.

Funder: USAID





CHSSP – 2014 – 2020

The Community Health and Social Welfare (CHSS) project is intended to improve health, wellbeing and protection outcomes for HIV affected and other vulnerable populations in Tanzania.


SP and CHOPs – 2016

Development of Hospital Strategic Plans (SP) and Comprehensive Hospital Operations plans (CHOPs) for 62 Christian Social Services Commission Hospitals in Tanzania

Funder: GOT




Public Private Partnership – 2017 – 2018

Supported establishment of Public Private Partnership Board

Funder: GOT