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The Performance Management Plan (PMP) is a mission-wide tool to measure progress towards achieving the mission’s development objectives, as articulated under the CDCS. The PMP framework will guide efforts to monitor, evaluate, and learn from our implementation of the CDCS. Together, with Activity Monitoring, Evaluation, and  earning (MEL) Plans and other mission documents, the PMP meets the 2016 Foreign Aid Transparency and Accountability Act requirement to establish annual objectives  or monitoring, evaluating, analyzing progress, and applying learning toward achieving results.


Jifunze Uelewe ("Learn and Understand") is a four-year activity which aims to sustain improvement of literacy and numeracy for all learners in pre-primary and primary education. Tanzania has seen rapid growth in access to basic education, but the quality of education and learning outcomes remain lower than its peer countries. With the introduction of free pre-primary education, the number of teachers has been unable to match increased student demand.


Leveraging and Advancing the Private Health Sector (LEAPS) is a five-year activity which aims to strengthen reproductive, maternal, newborn, child, and adolescent health (RMNCAH) services, among other health areas. Mortality rates in Tanzania remain high due to limited access to health services and inadequate skills among healthcare workers (HCWs) to manage causes of maternal death, as well as high loss to HIV/AIDS follow-up, especially for pediatric HIV exposed infants.


Mwanamke Imara (“A Strong Woman”) is a three-year activity which aims to empower women and young people to address gender-based violence (GBV) and discrimination across three regions of Tanzania.


Pamoja Tuwekeze Afya (“Together Let’s Invest in Health”) is a five-year activity which aims to establish a self-reliant faith-based health facility network with financial and organizational capacity to sustainably provide quality healthcare. The United States and Tanzania have collaborated for decades to address critical health needs, with a focus on quality integrated services, health systems strengthening, and healthy behaviors. These efforts support Tanzania’s commitment to improve health outcomes and health care services, focusing on efficiency, effectiveness, and accountability.


Last updated: August 23, 2021

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