Current Projects


Project Title

Main Activities/explanation


Business Environment Review

  • Review business environment of Tanzania's MSMEs
ESAURP & FSDT Best practice on MSMEs to finance and formalisation
  • Review literature of Bangladesh, Kenya and Zambia, assess its relevence for Tanzania


Consultant to SME related projects

  • Design and development capacity building materials;
  • Develop project proposals and implementation of approved projects
  • Mentoring and entrepreneurship skills development
TdH NL Outcome Mapping of (1) Legal Aid and Support for Child Labourers and Vulnerable Children Project (2012-2014) and (2) Addressing Child Sexual Abuse Through Stakeholders Training Project (2013-2015
  • (1) Document the outcomes of the two projects
  • (2) assess outcome level project performance in terms of changes of behaviour and attitudes of the people, groups or organisations that interact directly with the projects. Other expected project outcomes include reporting culprits to relevant authorities, leading to adherence to child rights, withdraw children from labour & sexual abuse, access to basics (i.e. education, care, health, food), implement/adhere to law of child and others,
  • (3) highlight key lessons learnt, and
  • (4) suggest recommendations for follow up activities.
TPSF & FSDT Validation of Training Manuals for MSMEs

A 5 day exercise to:

  • Review/ validate/refine/add values to the contents of  the 3 Training Manuals for Tanzanian MSMEs.

Providing a brief report on the following

  • If the contents are in line with the TOR
  • Identify the gaps between the proposed contents and the real life needs.
  • Provide an overview on the training modules.

Outcome Mapping (OM) is new approach ROMME Centre is applying to evaluate project performance.

Outcome mapping (OM) is a methodology for planning and assessing development programming that is oriented towards change and social transformation. OM provides a set of tools to design and gather information on the outcomes, defined as behavioural changes, of the change process. OM helps a project or program learn about its influence on the progression of change in their direct partners, and therefore helps those in the assessment process think more systematically and pragmatically about what they are doing and to adaptively manage variations in strategies to bring about desired outcomes. OM puts people and learning at the centre of development and accepts unanticipated changes as potential for innovation.

 In addition to measuring deliverables and its effects on primary beneficiaries OM is mainly concerned with behavioural change exhibited by secondary beneficiaries and the wider communities.

Outcome Mapping focuses on outcomes instead of impact, while recognizing the importance of impact as the ultimate goal toward which programs work.