Goals & Impact
The USAID Tanzania Participant Training Program (PTP) sought to achieve the following the goals over the course of its five-year project lifecycle:
- To improve the human and institutional capacity of Tanzanian Non-Governmental-Organizations and the Government of Tanzania’s agencies.
- To provide capacity-building technical assistance to Tanzanian institutions by conducting organizational capacity assessments and developing a variety of interventions to address organizational needs.
- To provide a full range of turn-key participant training services for technical training of mid- to high-level professionals from the public and private sectors.
Between 2014 to 2019, Tanzania PTP provided training and technical assistance to 351 participants representing 76 national and local government agencies, universities, research institutions, and civil-society organizations in the following areas:
- Technical assistance to the National Bureau of Statistics and other GOT agencies on the development of population projections.
- Assessment of 15 civil society organizations (CSOs) in Zanzibar focused on women and youth.
- Assessment of the financial and operational capacity of a local health organization.
Training — Tanzania
- Policy Development & Analysis
- Coordination of Government Business
- Integrated Pest Management
- Negotiation and Conflict Management
- Follow-On Capacity Building Trainings for Zanzibar CSOs
- Two-Phase Training of Trainers activity focused on data collection, analysis, and reporting
Training — U.S.
- High Impact Leadership at Columbia University
- Leadership Development and Leading for Organizational Impact at the Center for Creative Leadership
- Authentic Leadership Development at Harvard University