Thrive is a large-scale, multi-country research and policy programme which aims to build understanding of Early Childhood Development (ECD) service delivery models, at scale, and how they can transform to significantly improve childhood health, nutrition, education and wellbeing outcomes in low- and middle-income countries. Thrive seeks comprehensive, practical answers about how ECD systems innovate, improve, and better serve children and communities.
Studying the effect of Newcastle Disease Vaccine adoption on the livelihoods of poultry farmers in Tanzania
Our study focuses on the adoption of Newcastle Disease Vaccine by smallholder poultry farmers in Tanzania to address poultry mortality and its impact on their welfare and livelihoods.
Education Programme for Results (EPforR) is a results-based financing programme which incentivises strengthening school education systems, building capacity of government ministries, and improving education outcomes in Tanzania
How can we unlock aid finance to support low-income countries that have been hit the hardest by the Covid-19 pandemic?
This project aims to contribute to new global and national data and evidence that governments, decision makers, citizens and researchers can use to improve people’s lives and support the world’s poorest people in their efforts to escape extreme poverty.
Our evaluation helped to understand the effectiveness of approaches to strengthen sub-national health systems through supporting district health planning and management