THE PUBLIC AND NGO'S SECTOR WORK GROUP

Evin School of Management

THE PUBLIC AND NGO'S SECTOR WORK GROUP

 

This Work Group employs a disciplined alternative applied research process has a key focus on development policy analysis, design, development and execution.

Our public and NGO's sectors work group has a growing international reputation for development related research. Research findings apart from being used for specific development issues, they are also disseminated in leading academic journals, conference proceedings, professional outlets and formal reports.

The public and NGO's sectors work group regularly undertakes funded research for the government, private institutions and corporate (locally and internationally), various professional bodies and a growing number of key development partners. Research is used to inform, maintain and develop dialogues with development stakeholders on issues with public interests.

Public and NGO's sectors work group’s main activities include:

1. Undertaking Commissioned Assessment and Benchmarking

2. Supply Value Chain Baseline Surveys and Market Studies

3. Monitoring and Evaluation

The public and NGO's sectors work group Capability Statement

Baseline Survey and a National Study for the Legal and Human Rights Centre – an NGO in Tanzania: On the Status and Perceptions of Human Rights in Tanzania .

Organization Review for the legal and Human Rights Centre in Tanzania– an NGO in Tanzania wanted to make a self-review of its programme policy, strategy, projects and structure

Market Study on the Demand for Micro credit Products in Tanzania for OIKO Credit – an international financial institution in preparation for designing a strategy for micro financial institution funding.

Agricultural Value chain financing study in Tanzania for OIKO Credit –an international financial institution in preparation for designing a strategy for agriculture (Maize, Sunflower, Cotton, Coffee, Rice ) value chain funding.

Monitoring and Evaluation assignment for the design, development of a Robust – Result Based Monitoring and Evaluation Matrix for SAHINGON-Tanzania Chapter Strategic Plan–Funded by SIDA

Business Environment Benchmarking Survey in Tanzania-an in-house study of top 100 corporate in Tanzania on assessment of the Business in Tanzania and its impact on business performance as part of conference proceeding research paper

Senior Loan Officer Benchmarking Survey in Tanzania-an in-house study of top bank senior loan officers in Tanzania on assessment of the bank business performance as part of conference proceeding research paper

Salary harmonisation and benchmarking survey for support and teaching staff of secondary schools in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania-a commissioned survey to support teachers recruitment and retention strategy design, development and implementation.

EIA Committee Benchmarking Survey – a commissioned study of EIA Committee in local government, central governments agencies and public companies projects as part of conference proceeding research paper.

Investment Sector Profiling in East Africa - Study of the Lake Victoria Basin regions Investment opportunities and widely disseminate findings for the Lake Victoria Basin Commission East Africa Community – Kisumu.

Employee Opinion Survey-(EOS) for a Commercial Bank Tanzania- an integrated workplace climate survey as part of training study collection of opinions from staff for management business development purposes.

Employee Opinion Survey-(EOS) for a telecom company in Tanzania - Customer Care Department- an integrated workplace climate survey as part of training study collection of opinions from customer care agents for management business development purposes.

Employee Opinion Survey-(EOS) for Foundation for Civil Society- an integrated workplace climate survey as part of training study collection of opinions from the programme staff for management business development purposes

Corporate Social Responsibility Benchmarking Survey in Tanzania: Case studies of BP Tanzania and Kahama mining -Tulawaka. In house study conducted prior to a scheduled Corporate Social Responsibility ‘workshop in Dar Es Salaam.