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(Encyclopedia of Women & Islamic Cultures. Practices, Interpretations and Representations., Chapter, 2007-01-01)
UMOJA and the Maputo Festival. Midterm review of the UMOJA Cultural Flying Carpet and the Maputo Festival
(CMI Report R 2015:1, Research report, 2015-01-01)
This review was commissioned by the Royal Norwegian Embassy in Maputo. The Terms of Reference (ToR) for the study says that the team shall visit Mozambique and one of the other six African countries that are part of the ...
Gold and governance: Legal injustices and lost opportunities in Tanzania
(African Affairs vol. 110 no. 439, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2011-01-01)
Following advice from the World Bank, and hoping for economic growth and independence from donors, a number of African countries have opened up opportunities for large-scale mining by foreign investors over the last decade ...
Corporate Community Involvement and Local Institutions: Two Case Studies From the Mining Industry in Tanzania
(Journal of African Business vol. 13 no. 2, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2012-01-01)
Corporate community involvement contributes capital or resources in various forms to a community. However, such involvement may also influence local institutions that determine how well these resources are used, i.e. the ...
Haydom Lutheran Hospital: Midterm review of the Block Grant Support End review of the MDG 4 and 5 project support
(CMI Report R 2013:4, Research report, 2013-08-19)
Haydom Lutheran Hospital (HLH) is an important service provider in an area of Tanzania where the population is poor and government health services are inadequate. In 2011, The Royal Norwegian Embassy funded 61% of the ...
End review of FDC’s project to strengthen the Expanded Programme on Immunization (EPI) in the Zambézia province, Mozambique
(CMI Report R 2014:3, Research report, 2014-09-01)
This report is an end review of Fundação para o Desenvolvimento da Comunidade (FDC)’s project to support the implementation of the Expanded Programme on Immunization (EPI) in the Zambézia province. The purposes of the ...
When incentives work too well: Locally implemented Pay for Performance (P4P) and adverse sanctions towards home birth in Tanzania - a qualitative study
(BMC Health Services Research vol. 14 no. 23, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2014-01-01)
Background: Despite limited evidence of its effectiveness,performance-based payments (P4P) are seen by leading policymakers as a potential solution to the slow progress in reaching Millennium Development Goal 5: improved ...
How (not) to improve health worker performance
The Depoliticisation of Development and the Democratisation of Politics in Tanzania: Parallel Structures as Obstacles to Delivering Services to the Poor
(Journal of Development Studies vol. 44 no. 8, Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2008-01-01)
Local democracy and the involvement of local communities in the provision of social services are central issues in the local government reforms that are presently being implemented in many developing countries. At the same ...
Huge potential for improved health service quality
(CMI Brief vol. 10 no. 10, Report, 2011-10-25)
Health workers’ knowledge and skills are much better than their practice suggests. By closing the gap between knowledge and action, the quality of health services will increase substantially.