Terms of Reference for Social Behaviour Communication Change Strategy (SBCC)
The SBCC Terms of Reference (TORs) were developed. The field visits to Ethiopia and Tanzania highlighted key observations regarding the development of the SBCC strategy and training materials. Both countries have rich SBCC strategies and materials, which have been developed through rigorous field research and testing.
1. DIMELT Work Package
1.1 Data Collection
Process data collection has fully an successfully migrated to the online based platform using mobile tablets. Although some of the field staff are still encountering challenges with saving some of the data forms, this is being addressed on a case by case basis. Data cleaning and monitoring has also started and will continue to be done on a weekly basis.
1. DIMELT Work Package
1.1 Monitoring and evaluation of ATONU NSIs
• DIMELT supported transfer of baseline data that had been collected using tablet from Tsida Group to SUA for cleaning and analysis and supervised the structuring of the Tanzania baseline data set
• Revised and finalized process monitoring data collection tools
On 1 March 2016, two new colleagues joined the ATONU team - Bertha Munthali, POCTA Manager and Samuel Wanjau Kareithi,Capacity Building (CB) Manager. Welcome to the FANRPAN team
In partnership with Harvard Chan School of Public Health, the design of the impact evaluation study of nutrition-sensitive interventions (NSIs) for the African Chicken Genetic Gains (ACGG) project in
Ethiopia and Tanzania has been completed.
1.1 Tanzania Impact Assessment
Data collection for the Tanzania nutrition-sensitive interventions (NSIs) impact assessment study was launched on 14 November 2016. Data collection was undertaken in three out of five ACGG implementation agro-ecological zones in Tanzania,
1.1 Tanzania Baseline Study
In the month of October DIMELT worked on process aspects for the development of
the baseline for Tanzania. The team engaged Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA) to
conduct the ATONU baseline survey for Tanzania.
1.1 DIMELT worked on the development of the data collection tool for Tanzania. DIMELT also worked with Harvard School of Public Health on the modalities of the collection of baseline data in Ethiopia.