Addressing the Reproductive Health Needs and Rights of Young People since ICPD : The contribution of UNFPA and IPPF : Tanzania Country Evaluation Report

About the publication

  • Published: 2004
  • Series: Joint evaluation
  • Type: Evaluations
  • Carried out by: Options Consultancy Services (UK), Euro Health Group (Denmark) and the University of Heidelberg (Germany)
  • Commissioned by: --
  • Country: Tanzania
  • Theme: Civil society, Health
  • Pages: 97
  • Serial number: --
  • ISBN: --
  • ISSN: --
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The German Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the UK Department for International Development (DFID), the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs have sponsored an evaluation of the contribution of the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) to addressing the reproductive rights and health needs of young people in the period since the finalisation of the Programme of Action (POA) developed at the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD) in 1994. The goal of the evaluation is to contribute to a better understanding of the
conditions necessary for achieving best practice, and to draw strategic lessons for the future; the purpose is to assess the performance of UNFPA country offices and FPAs in six selected countries in promoting the reproductive rights and health of adolescents and youth.

This report presents the findings from the evaluation of the UNFPA Tanzania Country Office and UMATI (the Tanzania IPPF affiliate) against the five evaluation themes of strategic focus, institutional arrangements, policy and advocacy, service strengthening, and information and education.

Published 16.01.2009
Last updated 16.02.2015