HPON has a pool of experts with recommendable experience in Research, Monitoring, Learning and Evaluation of development programs. We partner with stakeholders to share our monitoring, learning and evaluation expertise to support effective program implementation. Our Multidisciplinary team has strong experience in implementation research and strategic planning and program design
Fidelity in implementation of development programs is critical to ensure effective use of meagre resources in resource limited settings such as Tanzania. Through the use of our expertise we believe we can ensure cost effectiveness in use of resources.
- Mitigating the effect of food insecurity on adherence to HIV treatment in Tanzania: Are conditional cash and food transfers effective strategies?- Evaluation Study done in partnership with University of California, Berkeley School of Public Health and Shinyanga Region.
- HPON partner with PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) to conduct data abstraction for Adolescent HIV/SRH services data in Tanzania to inform national response in Tanzania.
Using a patient- centered design approach to facilitate a co designing process with end beneficiaries to address the drivers of poor adherence to ART treatment.
A study led by an experienced Tanzanian researcher in partnership with University of California, Berkeley, John Hopkins University & Save the Children Tanzania.
Tanzania faces a high rate of Maternal deaths (556 per 100,000 live births) that are potentially preventable. Rate of newborn deaths is still unacceptably high.
This is an initiative designed in response to the dual threats of HIV infection and unintended pregnancy among Adolescent girls and young women (ages 15-24).