Evaluation of Save the Children’s Child Rights Governance and Protection Projects in Tanzania – Mainland project

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SIDA, Swedish Agency for International Development Cooperation

This is an evaluation of Save the Children’s project Giving Rights to the Silent Majority – Children in Tanzania Mainland, a child rights governance (CRG) project. The evaluation was commissioned by the Embassy of Sweden in Tanzania.

The project in question focused on ensuring that child rights are enforced, that child rights violations are identified and addressed, and that accurate media coverage of child rights informs and influences the national debate.

The evaluation identifies both notable results of the project as well as areas of improvement for Save the Children programming on this issue. Recommendations are given for both the Swedish Embassy in Tanzania and Save the Children on how to better support and promote CRG in Tanzania.

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