Mid-term Evaluation of Strengthening Health Security and Biosecurity in Tanzania by Biodetection Capacity Building

Mid-term Evaluation of Strengthening Health Security and Biosecurity in Tanzania by Biodetection Capacity Building

The mid-term evaluation (MTE) of the first phase of Strengthening Health Security and Biosecurity in Tanzania was done in 2017.

The MTE found that the benefit provided relative to the program costs has been substantial. The project has strengthened the expertise and capabilities of Tanzanian health sectors to deal with biothreat management and reduced the possibility of infectious disease outbreaks. According to the MTE the greatest challenge is sustainability. The MTE recommended to continue collaboration to develop human capacity as well as to ensure the availability of the technology and resources to address the burden of disease in Tanzania.

 

Evaluation report

Mid-term Evaluation Report (Opens New Window) (pdf, English, 1.4 MB, 35 pages)