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“Building a Local System Approach for Improved Facility Accountability in Data Management in Mwanza, Tanzania.”

“Transparency and Engagement of Community Leaders Leading to a Successful Implementation of a CHW Program in Rural Tanzania.”

“Helping Health Managers Understand Gender and Power in Lake Zone, Tanzania.”

“Helping Mothers and Babies Survive: Improving Infrastructure in Rural Tanzania.”

“Communications Gap: Barriers to Illiterate Women in Accessing MNCH in Mwanza, Tanzania.”

“Mapping Changes in Key Health Outcomes in a Rural Tanzanian District.”


“Male Engagement Bylaws: Unintended Consequences Impacting Care for Single Pregnant Women in Rural Tanzania.”

“Barriers to Accessing Antenatal Care by Adolescents in Rural Tanzania.”

“Using GPS and Google Earth to understand and use BIG Data in Rural Tanzania to save lives.”

“Experiences with Village Health Teams’ Income Generating Activities.”


“Community Perceptions and Sustainable Promotion of Bio-fortified Orange Sweet Potatoes and High Iron Beans: Experiences from Mbarara District in South West Uganda.”

“Mid-term Reflection on Qualitative Research Capacity Building Initiative in Misungwi, Tanzania.”

“The Use of Stories to Understand Maternal and Child Health Realities: Feasibility and Applicability of Digital Storytelling in Lake Zone, Tanzania.”

“Hands on Training to Save Lives: Analysis of Skill and Knowledge Change Following Maternal Newborn Simulation Training in Rural Tanzania.”

“Facility-reported maternal care-seeking in a rural Tanzanian district  pre- and post- introduction of volunteer community health workers.”

“Successes and Challenges Using Simulation in Tanzania to Improve Health Worker Performance; Pediatric Perspective.”

“Using an Electronic-Based Service Provision Assessment Survey to Measure Capacities of Health Facilities in Rural Tanzania.”


“Family Planning Use and Facility Readiness in Misungwi District, Rural Tanzania.”

“Motivators and Barriers for Antenatal Care, Facility Delivery, and Postnatal Care in Rural Tanzania: A Qualitative Assessment.”

“Postnatal Care Utilization and Facility Service Readiness in Misungwi District, Rural Tanzania: A Mixed Methods Evaluation.”

“Poverty-Related Barriers to Antenatal Care Attendance in Misungwi District, Northwestern Tanzania:  A Qualitative Assessment.”

“Status of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Services in Health Facilities, Misungwi District, Northwestern Tanzania.”

“Antenatal Care-Seeking by Pregnant Women in Misungwi District, Rural Tanzania: A Qualitative Assessment.”

“Nutritional Status of Young Children in Misungwi District.”

“Wedge Sampling: QGIS Mapping to Assess Protocol Compliance during Household Survey Data Collection in Rural Tanzania.”

“Transitioning from Paper to Tablet-based Interviewing for Health Science Provision in Assessment in Rural Tanzania.”


“Mapping Health Facility Characteristics and Location in Rural Tanzania.”

“Development of a Structured Solution-Based Qualitative Survey Package Towards Optimized MNCH Care-Seeking in Rural Tanzania.”