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1 TANZANIA FOOD AND NUTRITION CENTRE INVENTORY FOR NUTRITION INFORMATION EXCHANGE PARTNERS With Contact Addresses of Key Nutrition Information Exchange Partners in Tanzania 2007 BY: Sylvia Shao Charles Mamuya Walbert Mgeni TFNC REPORT NO: 2088

2 TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE Acknowledgement... ii 1.0 Background Rationale Objective of inventory exercises General objective Specific objectives Methodology of the study Study population sampling procedure Data collection procedures Data processing and Analysis Findings characteristics of Information Exchange partners involved Partners involved in production and documentation of Nutrition or related publications/information Nutrition information/publication needs by partners from TFNC and means of Acquisition Reasons for not receiving TFNC publications/information TFNC publication (information) exchange needs by partners Nutrition information exchange means/communication media Conclusion and Recommendations Conclusion Recommendations Annexes i

3 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We wish to thank all institutions; NGOs, Ministries, UN Organizations and Agencies for the necessary co operations and logistical support which made this inventory exercise possible. Sincere thanks are due particularly to several Tanzania Food and Nutrition Centre (TFNC) staff who made important contributions from the preparation to the inventory exercise itself. These include TFNC management team, programme officers and support staff. This inventory exercise could never have been completed without high-level commitment of many individuals and institutions so that they become real exchange partners of Food Nutrition and related issues materials ii

4 1.0 BACKGROUND 1.1 Rationale Tanzania Food and Nutrition Centre (TFNC) has been producing publications to meet the needs of various stakeholders at different levels. These stakeholders include policy makers, trainers, researchers, students, extension workers and the general public. Others are the Ministries and its affiliated institutions that we collaborate with. These are the Ministries of Health and Social Welfare, Education and Vocational Training, Agriculture, Food Security and Cooperatives, Regional Administration and Local Government, Community Development Gender and Children. Also the Centre collaborate with the University of (UDSM), Muhimbili University College of Health Sciences (MUCHS), Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA), The Open University of Tanzania (OUT), Hubert Kairuki Memorial University, Tanzania Commission for AIDS (TACAIDS), National AIDS Control Programme (NACP), National Institute of Medical Research (NIMR), National Bureau of Statistics (NBS), Commission for Science and Technology (COSTECH), Tanzania Bureau of Standards (TBS), Tanzania Drugs and Food Authorities (TFDA), Some NGOs, secondary schools (ordinary and advanced levels) particularly those teaching Home Economics and Human Nutrition and the Public Libraries which all receive TFNC publications. Other stakeholders which the Centre collaborates with are International organizations. These include United Nation Children Funds (UNICEF), World Health Organization (WHO), Swedish International Development Agency (SIDA), Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA), United State of America International Development (USAID) The Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA), The International Baby Food Action Network Africa (IBFAN Africa), Natural Research Institute (NRI), World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action (WABA) and African Medical Research Foundation (AMREF). 1

5 The Centre over the years; has been distributing its publications to those stakeholders through various channels such as workshops, Books exhibitions, postal delivery on request or personal visits. Since the distribution of TFNC publications has been carried out in that style for a long time, it was felt that there is a need to review the list of our stakeholders both inside and outside the country. We desired to review the list due to the fact that since contact persons may have moved, or scope of partners may have changed or even new partners may be interested in our products. With that in mind therefore, the inventory exercise has enabled us modify the list to remove/add new users for improvement of the distribution for better knowledge sharing. Also through inventory we have been able to sensitize the institutions that produce publications of our interests and we have identified what we can get from them on exchange agreements. The following activities were done so as to accomplish the inventory exercise: Development of a tool for the inventory Take inventory of local and international institutions that are relevant to the Centre. Take inventory of their existing websites Check list of existing contact persons in collaborating institutions Take stock of relevant publications produced by collaborating institutions Establish mode of communication with partners and their postal/physical addresses Compile an exhaustive list of exchange partners for the Centre Compile useful Websites to the Centre. 2

6 1.2 Objective of inventory exercise General objective To take inventory of Nutrition publications Exchange Partners with TFNC so as to strengthen TFNC Library collection as well as achieving a wider dissemination of Food and Nutrition Information Specific objectives: 1. To identify Nutrition information Exchange partners 2. To identify partners producing/generating information on nutrition or related matter for public use 3. To establish mode of communication with partners and their postal/physical addresses 4. To identify proportion of partner receiving publications from TFNC. 2.0 METHODOLOGY OF THE STUDY 2.1 Study population: The target population comprised of all Ministries, NGOs, UN Agencies and Institutions involved in implementation and dissemination of Food, Nutrition Health and related information to the community based in. Also we targeted Development partners (International Organizations and bilateral and multilateral Agencies) outside Tanzania dealing with designation of Food Nutrition and related information. 2.2 Sampling procedures: Purposive sampling techniques was used in selecting 7 Ministries, 10 NGOs, 10 UN Agencies and Bilateral Organizations and 14 Research, Service and Academic Institutions. 3

7 2.3 Data collection procedures. A questionnaire to be used to collect relevant data was developed by 4 TFNC programme officers and later on distributed to the respondents who were required to fill in. These were the heads of communication, IEC units, Training units or Librarians under the institutions. Questionnaires were sent to respondents through postal channels as well as physical contacts. In most cases, there was physical dialogue between the investigators and the respondents on the importance of the assessment before it was accepted and affected. The project staff were later on responsible for follow-up and collection of the completed questionnaires from the respondents. Some of the questionnaires were returned to TFNC by respondents themselves or via post. Additionally, information was collected through documents, and through discussion with the relevant staff in the relevant institutions. 2.4 Data processing and Analysis: Data collected from respondents were summarized manually on various sheets of papers. In summarizing the data great care was taken to make sure that it actually reflected the original meaning of information collected. Numerical datas were summarized in tables using descriptive statistics of percentages for easy presentation and interpretation. 4

8 3.0 FINDINGS 3.1 Characteristics of Information Exchange Partners involved Four categories of institutions were involved in the rapid assessment of nutrition information exchange partners. These are Government Ministries/ministerial departments; n-government Organizations, United Nations Agencies/bilateral Organizations as well as Research, Service and Academic iistitutions. The type of institutions under each category with its major purpose of establishment (goal) is clearly indicated below. 5

9 Table 1: Characteristics of Respondents Nature of List of Respondents Major purpose of Organisation Partner 1. Ministries Ministry of Health and Social Welfare (i) HQ To promote Health Services of high quality, effective and accessible to all, delivered by a well performing and sustainable National Health System. (ii) NACP (iii) Elimu ya Afya kwa Umma Ministry of Agriculture Food Security and Cooperatives To promote food crop production, improve food storage, processing and marketing through (i) Ukulima wa Kisasa research, education and policy for the purpose of improving food security of Tanzania (ii) National Food Security population. (iii) Nutrition Unit Ministry of Community Development Gender and Children (Policy and Planning) To facilitate communities socio-economic development through partnership and Networking and to enhance Gender equality and equity and promote child rights. Ministry of Education and Vocation Training (Information Education and Communication) Tanzania to be a nation with high level of education at all levels; a Nation which produces the quality and quantity of educated people sufficiently equipped with the requisite knowledge to solve the society s problems, in order to meet the challenges of development and attain competitiveness at regional and global levels. 2. NGOs Tanzania Home Economics Association (TAHEA) To enhance the needs of families in Rural areas through efficient Implementation of Home Economic programs. Research on Poverty Alleviation (REPOA) Undertake and facilitate Research, Training and Promote dialogue and Development of Policy for Poverty alleviation. Legal and Human Rights Centre (LHRC) Empower the Public, promote reinforce and safeguard Human Rights and good Governance in Tanzania. Counseling for Nutrition and Health (COUNSENUTH) Provide Nutrition Care and Counseling to Vulnerable groups at community level PASADA To provide community education, home based care and treatment for PLWHA Helen Keller International (HKI) To save sights and lives of the most vulnerable by combating the causes and consequences of Blindness and malnutrition 3. UN Agencies World Food Programme (WFP) Food Aid for emergency and development. Bilateral Organizations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) Achieving food security for all-thru promotion of nutrition and agriculture productivity and bettering the lives of rural populations. United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Reduction of poverty in developing communities through provision of knowledge-based consulting services and building national, regional and global exaltations for change United Nation Children s Fund (UNICEF) Development and protection of child survival rights interms of health nutrition and social wellbeing. World Health Organization (WHO) Enable the world population to attain the highest possible level of health through policy development and advocacy education and training Swedish International Development Agency (SIDA) To help create conditions that will enable the poor improve thanchures United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Improving the health status of families especially poor countries. 6

10 4. Research, service and academics Institutions The Hubert Kairuki Memorial University Sokoine University of Agriculture: (Food Science and Technology Department) Tanzania Records and Archieves Tanzania Food and Drugs Authority (TFDA) Tanzania Institute of Education (TIE) National Institute of Medical Research (NIMR) Tanzania Commission for Science and Technology (COSTECH) Open University of Tanzania (OUT) Home Economics, Faculty of Science) Jangwani Secondary School Food and Nutrition department) Tanzania Library Service (TLS) Benjamin William Mkapa Secondary School (Food and Nutrition department) Tanzania Commission for AIDS To educate liberally and broadly qualifying men and women to undertake research and provide service to the public Training, Research and outreach To provide Archival and records management services and to increase public awareness on the importance of written heritage to the nation To protect the public health by ensuring quality, safety and effectiveness of food, drugs, cosmetics and medical devices. To conduct research evaluation designing and reviewing curricula, setting standards at pre-primary, primary, secondary and teacher education and provide professional advice to MOEVT and stakeholders. To conduct research and provide evidence based information to the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare for solving health problems in Tanzania and Africa as a whole. Provide science and technology for economic development, stimulate the generation of scientific and technological knowledge which is to be applied in socio-economic development. Provide distance learning education on the field of home economics and human nutrition To promote better understanding in matters concerning family relationship and child development consumption and improve nutrition in the context of selection, preservation, preparation and use of food To provide and disseminate appropriate information to all people for education development cultural enrichment leisure and inculcate and promote reading habits. To teach food and nutrition subject from form one to form six. To provide strategic leadership for a national, multi-sectoral response to Tanzanians from the threat of HIV/AIDS and support those who are already infected and affected by HIV and AIDS. 7

11 Response rate was close to 60% with lowest status among United Nations Agencies/bilateral Organizations and highest among Research, Service and Academic Institutions. Generally, the major purposes of establishment of almost all the respondents indeed reflect the key features of the conceptual approach to the problem of malnutrition among disadvantaged and developing communities designed and advocated by TFNC and UNICEF. 3.2 Partners involved in production and documentation of nutrition or related publications/information Out of the 33 respondents, 17 (51.5%) deal with production and documentation of relevant publications. Among these, the ministries/departments and the UN Agencies/Bilateral Organizations rated higher compared to n-government Organizations and Research Service and Academic institutions (Table 2). Table 2: Proportion of respondents producing publication/generating nutrition or related information for public use. Nature of Partner Number of respondents Production of relevant Partners using publications for exchange or sale publications Exchange Sale 1. Ministries/departments 8 6(75%) 5(62.5%) 3(37.5%) 2. n Government Organizations 6 3(50%) 4(66.7%) 3(50%) 3. UN Agencies/Bilateral Organizations 7 5(71.4%) 3(42.8%) 1(14.2%) 4. Research, Service and Academic 12 3(25%) 4(33.3%) 2(16.6%) Institutions Total 17(51.5%) 16(48.5%) 9(27.3%). 8

12 Some of the UN Agencies/bilateral organizations (UNICEF, UNDP), Annex 1; and other Organizations in this category, reported that they produce such material in collaboration with relevant partners. It is also worthwhile to note here that although Research Service and Academic Institutions are expected to lead the process of production and documentation materials in question, but according to this assessment they produce minimum number of such materials. At the same time they are the ones handling most of such publications (Table 3) indicating dependency on other institutions for their nutrition information needs. Table 3: Proportion of respondents not producing/generating nutrition information but handling it Nature of Partner of Respondents Handling of relevant publications 1. Ministries/departments 8 4(50%) 2. n-government Organizations 6 3(50%) 3. UN Agencies/Bilateral Organizations 7 3(42.8%) 4. Research Service and Academic Institutions 12 7(58.3%) Total 33 17(51.5%) It could also be assumed here that there may be a considerable number of institutions under Research, Service and Academic Institutions generating information from research and related services but do not develop it into publication. About half (51.5%) of all the institutions handle nutrition information although they may not have generated it themselves. The good news here is that most of the publications under all categories of institutions are free for exchange (48.5%) and not for sale (27.3%) Table 2. 9

13 3.3 Nutrition information/publication needs by partners from TFNC and means of Acquisition. Most institutions (75% - 85%) accepted to have acquired or come across TFNC publications or draft reports. The means of acquisitions of such materials was predominantly reported to be free (Table 4(a). Table 4(a): Proportion of partners receiving publications from TFNC and means of acquisition Nature of Partner of Acquisition Means of Acquisition Respondents Borrowing Free Purchase 1. Ministries/departments 8 6(75%) 0(0.0%) 5(62.5%) 2(25%) 2. n-government Organizations %) 0(0.0%) 5(83.3%) 0(0.0%) 3. UN Agencies/Bilateral Organizations 7 6(85.7%) 0(0.0%) 6(85.7%) 0(0.0%) 4. Research Service and Academic 12 9(75.6%) 1(8.3%) 9(75.6%) 0(0.0%) Institutions Total 33 26(78.8%) 1(3.0%) 26(78.8%) 2(6.1%) Among the respondents, UN Agencies/Bilateral Organizations appear to be the ones mostly acquiring our publications and freely. Since such institutions are also among the ones producing/documenting such kind of information/publications most it can be assumed that these are the ones mostly in need of such kind of collaboration (information exchange/sharing). Otherwise the difference in acquisition of such publications is minimal and therefore insignificant Reasons for not receiving TFNC publications/information Among the few reasons provided by the respondents for not often receiving information from TFNC, was poor communication (lack of established network) which appeared to be a bigger problem than either lack of awareness or low priority assigned to suck kind of information among TFNC partners. This was even more so under the ministries/departments despite the fact that such information needs for this group could be considered most essential. This is because most of the reliable extension workers up to the grassroot level are under the government ministries/departments. 10

14 Low priority assigned to nutrition information and therefore publications was not reported anywhere except under UN Agencies/Bilateral Organizations where it also appears to be insignificant. Table 4(b): Reasons for not receiving TFNC publications/information Nature of Partner of Reasons given Respondents Lack of Awareness Poor Communication Low Priority Assigned 1. Ministries/departments 8 0(0.0%) 4(50%) 0(0.0%) 2. n-government Organizations 6 1(16.3%) 1(16.3%) UN Agencies/Bilateral Organizations 7 1(14.2%) 1(14.2%) 1(14.2%) 4. Research Service and Academic 12 1(8.3%) 2(16.7%) 0(0.0%) Institutions Total 33 3(9.1%) 8(24.2%) 19.3%) TFNC publication (information) exchange needs by partners Generally all the partners contacted indicated great needs of nutrition information/publications from TFNC ranging from 63.6% %. Out of nine titles presented, information on diet-related issues and household food security appear to be required most while that on Vitamin A Deficiency specifically, appear to be required least as shown by Table 5 below. 11

15 Table 5: Frequency of TFNC publications (information) exchange needs by partners Nature of Partner of Respondents Diet related issues Household Food Security Types and Proportion of TFNC publication/information needs Iodine Maternal Nutrition Deficiency Nutrition and Disorder HIV/AIDS Infant and Young Child Nutrition Other Nutrition Publication Nutrition anaemia Vitamin A Deficiency 1. Ministries/ 8 8(100%) 8(100%) 6(75%) 6(75%) 7(87%) 6(75%) 6(75%) 6(75%) 6(75%) departments 2. n- 6 5(83.3%) 6(100%) 5(83.3%) 4(66.7%) 4(66.7%) 6(100%) 6(100%) 6(100%) 4(66.7%) Government Organizations 3. UN Agencies/ 7 5(71,4%) 5(71.4%) 5(71.4%) 5(71.4%) 5(71.4%) 5(71.4%) 5(71.4%) 5(71.4%) 5(71.4%) Bilateral Organizations 4. Research Service 12 12(100%) 11(91.7%) 11(97.7%) 9(75%) 6(50.0%) 10(83,3%) 10(83.3%) 7(58.3%) 6(50.0%) and Academic Institutions Total 33 30(90.9%) 29(87.9%) 27(81.8%) 24(72.7%) 22(66.7%) 28(84.8%) 27(81.8%) 22(66.7%) 21(63.6%) 12

16 Basing on the individual partners, full requirement (100%) of such information was indicated for Diet Related issues (Ministries/departments, Research, Service and Academic Institutions); Household Food Security (Ministries/departments and n-government Organizations); Nutrition and HIV/AIDS and other nutrition material publications (n-government Organizations). It may be predicted as such that the Ministries/departments and the n- Government Organizations are the ones requiring our publications most. In the case of the UN Agencies/Bilateral Organizations where the rate of nutrition information needs is the same for all titles this is because two of the respondents (Sida & USAID) didn t indicate any needs of nutrition information from TFNC while the rest indicated full requirement of all the available information. 3.6 Nutrition Information exchange means/communication media This quick assessment revealed that there may not be significant difference between the uses of various communication media suggested among the information exchange partners. Such media are visits, seminar/workshops, TV, radio, internet and book exhibitions whose response ranged from 21.2% (TV) to 48.5% (Internet). 13

17 Table 6: Information exchange means/communication media used by various partners Nature of Partner of Medium of Use for Info exchange and proportion Respondents Visits Postal Seminar/Work TV Radio Internet Book exhibition shop meeting Website 1. Ministries/departments 8 8(100%) 2(25%) 6(75%) 5(62.5%) 6(75%) 6(75%) 7(87.5%) 2. n-government Organizations 6 2(33.3%) 3(50%) 2(33.3%) 0(0.0%) 1(16.3%) 1(16.2%) 1(16.3%) 3. UN Agencies/Bilateral Organizations 7 1(14.3%) 3(42.8%) 0(0.0%) 0(0.0%) 0(0.0%) 4(57.1%) 0(0.0%) 4. Research Service and Academic 12 0(0.0%) 3(25%) 4(33.3%) 2(16.7%) 2(16.7%) 5(41.7%) 3(25%) Institutions Total 33 11(33.3%) 11(33.3%) 12(36.4%) 7(21.2%) 9(27.3%) 16(48.5%) 8(24.2%) 14

18 What can be noted here is that all the response rates are below 50% indicating perhaps inadequate experience on the use of such media. However, internet/website could be the best means of communication of nutrition information preferred by the TFNC partners. Generally it is the ministries/departments who mostly have experience or confidence on the use of such communication means for exchange of such information. The UN Agencies/Bilateral Organizations on the other hand prefer the use of postal (42.8%) as well as internet services (57.1%). 4.0 CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS 4.1 Conclusion. Production/generation of nutrition information among the institutions contacted (ref. Table 1) was around average (51.5% of total respondents) and surprisingly it was not encouraging for Research, Service and Academic Institutions. Nutrition information was predominantly produced for exchange and not for sale. Research, Service and Academic Institutions seem to be the ones mostly handling nutrition publications/information although they were not producing it themselves. Most of the respondents (75% - 85%) had acquired or come across TFNC information materials and most of the information (78%) was freely acquired. Research, Service and Academic Institutions as well as Ministries/departments are lagging behind in acquiring TFNC information materials compared to UN Agencies/Bilateral Organizations and n-government Organizations. Poor communication (lack of established exchange means) appeared to be a bigger problem than either lack of awareness or low priority assigned to such kind of information among TFNC partners. 15

19 All partners contacted indicated high needs of nutrition information/publications from TFNC especially those on diet-related issues and food security. Use of website/internet in information exchange was preferred most compared to other cited means of communication ie. visits, seminars/workshops, TV radio postal services and book exhibition. 4.2 Recommendations: TFNC as well as other Research oriented and Academic Institutions dealing with nutrition should be encouraged to generate, publish and share relevant information through established/reliable means. Free means of acquisition of nutrition information found among most of the institutions in question should be commended/encouraged since it promotes use of such information. More effort required in promoting awareness on what TFNC is doing and therefore nutrition information material documented at the institution among partners especially relevant ministries the Research, Service and Academic Institutions and even the general. This will raise awareness and create demand for nutrition information exchange. This could be achieved through socio-marketing strategies in electronic and non-electronic media. Ensuring regular participation in nutrition info exchange opportunities e.g. meetings of the national nutrition information documentation committee (stakeholders) joint publication exhibitions especially during annual events related to nutrition including national conferences and book exhibitions. Ensuring for regular exchange of scientific journals or newsletters and key official reports published by TFNC and partners. Finalize and publicize establishment of TFNC website among TFNC partners and the general public. 16

20 Where possible most of the existing reports particularly those showing increased public demand (although unpublished) should be processed electronically for easy consumption. 17

21 3.0 ANNEXES Nature of Partners Annex 1: Proportion of respondents producing publications/generating nutrition or related information for public exchange or sale. Respondents 1. Ministries Ministry of Health and Social Welfare (i) HQ (ii) NACP (iii) Elimu ya Afya kwa Umma Ministry of Agriculture Food and Cooperatives (i) Ukulima wa Kisasa (ii) National Food Security (iii) Nutrition Unit Production of relevant publications Proportion of Partners using publications for exchange or sale Exchange Sale Ministry of Community Development Gender and Children (Policy and Planning department) Ministry of Education and Vocation Training N/A N/A (information Education and Communication) Sub total (ministries/departments) 6 (75%) 5 (62.5%) 3(37.5%) 2. NGOs Tanzania Home Economics Association (TAHEA) Research on Poverty Alleviation (REPOA) Legal and Human Rights Centre (LHRC) t directly related to Nutrition N/A Counseling for Nutrition and Health (COUNSENUTH) PASADA Helen Keller International (HKI) Sub Total 3 (50%) 4 (66.7%) 3(50%)

22 Nature of Partners Respondents Production of relevant publications Proportion of Partners using publications for exchange Exchange Sale 3. UN Agencies Bilateral Organizations 4. Research, service and academics Institutions World Food Progamme (WFP) Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) (in Hq) Institutional In development United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) (with partner) (free) United Nation Children s Fund (UNICEF) (with partner) World Health Organization (WHO) Swedish International Development Agency (SIDA) (free) United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Sub Total 5 (71.4%) 3 (42.8%) 1(14.2%) The Hubert Kairuki Memorial University N/A N/A Sokoine University of Agriculture: (Food Science and Technology Department) Tanzania Records and Archieves N/A N/A Tanzania Food and Drugs Authority (TFDA) Tanzania Institute of Education (TIE) N/A N/A National Institute of Medical Research (NIMR) Tanzania Commission for Science and Technology (COSTECH) Open University of Tanzania (OUT) N/A N/A Jangwani Secondary School N/A Tanzania Library Service (TLS) N/A Benjamin William Mkapa Secondary School N/A N/A N/A TACAIDS Sub Total 3(25.0%) 4(33.3%) 2(16.6%) Grand Total 17(51.5%) 16(48.5%) 9(27.3%) 19

23 Annex 2: Proportion of respondents not producing/generating nutrition information but handling it Nature of Partner Respondents Handling of relevant publication 1. Ministries Ministry of Health and Social Welfare (i) HQ (ii) NACP (iii) Elimu ya Afya kwa Umma Ministry of Agriculture Food Security and Cooperatives (i) Ukulima wa Kisasa (ii) National Food Security (iii) Nutrition Unit Ministry of Community Development Gender and Children (Policy and Planning) Ministry of Education and Vocation Training (information Education and Communication) Sub total (ministries/departments) 4(50.%) 2. NGOs Tanzania Home Economics Association (TAHEA) Research on Poverty Alleviation (REPOA) Legal and Human Rights Centre (LHRC) Counseling for Nutrition and Health (COUNSENUTH) PASADA Helen Keller International (HKI) Sub total 3(50%) 3. Un Agencies Bilateral World Food Progamme (WFP) Organizations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) United Nation Children s Fund (UNICEF) World Health Organization (WHO) Swedish International Development Agency (SIDA) United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Sub total 3(42.8%) 4. Research, service and The Hubert Kairuki Memorial University academics Institutions Sokoine University of Agriculture: (Food Science and Technology Department) Tanzania Records and Archieves Tanzania Food and Drugs Authority (TFDA) Tanzania Institute of Education (TIE) National Institute of Medical Research (NIMR) Tanzania Commission for Science and Technology (COSTECH) Open University of Tanzania (OUT) Jangwani Secondary School Tanzania Library Service (TLS) Benjamin William Mkapa Secondary School TACAIDS Sub total 7(58.3%) Grand total 17(51.5%) 20

24 Annex 3(a): Proportion of partner receiving publications from TFNC and means of acquisition Nature of Respondents Acquisition Means of acquisition partner Borrowing Free supportive Purchase 1. Ministries Ministry of Health and Social Welfare (i) HQ (ii) NACP (iii) Elimu ya Afya kwa Umma N/A N/A Ministry of Agriculture Food Security and Cooperatives (i) Ukulima wa Kisasa (ii) National Food Security (iii) Nutrition Unit Calendar others Ministry of Community Development Gender N/A N/A N/A and Children (Policy and Planning) Ministry of Education and Vocation Training (Information Education and Communication) Sub total (ministries/departments) 6(6%) 0(0.0%) 5(62.5%) 2(2.5%) 2. NGOs Tanzania Home Economics Association (TAHEA) Research on Poverty Alleviation (REPOA) up to 01 Legal and Human Rights Centre (LHRC) Counseling for Nutrition and Health (COUNSENUTH) PASADA N/A N/A N/A Helen Keller International (HKI) Sub total 5(83.3%) 0(0.0%) 5(83.3%) 0(0.0%) 3. Un Agencies World Food Progamme (WFP) Bilateral Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) Organizations United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) United Nation Children s Fund (UNICEF) (on request) World Health Organization (WHO) Swedish International Development Agency N/A N/A N/A (SIDA) United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Sub total 6(85.7%) 0(0.0%) 6(85.7%) 0(0.0%) 4. Research, The Hubert Kairuki Memorial University service and Sokoine University of Agriculture: (Food academics Institutions Science and Technology Department) Tanzania Records and Archieves N/A N/A N/A Tanzania Food and Drugs Authority (TFDA) Tanzania Institute of Education (TIE) N/A N/A N/A National Institute of Medical Research (NIMR) Tanzania Commission for Science and Technology (COSTECH) Open University of Tanzania (OUT) N/A N/A N/A Jangwani Secondary School N/A Tanzania Library Service (TLS) Benjamin William Mkapa Secondary School TACAIDS Sub total 9(75.0%) 1(8.3%) 9(75.0%) 0((0.0%) Grand total 26(78.8%) 1(3.0%) 26(78.8%) 2(6.1%) 21

25 Annex 3(b): Reasons for not receiving TFNC publications/information Nature of partner Respondents Reasons given Lack of awareness Poor communication Low priority assigned 1. Ministries Ministry of Health and Social Welfare (i) HQ N/A (ii) NACP N/A N/A N/A (iii) Elimu ya Afya kwa Umma N/A Ministry of Agriculture Food Security and Cooperatives (ii) Ukulima wa Kisasa N/A N/A N/A (ii) National Food Security (iii) Nutrition Unit NO N/A N/A N/A Ministry of Community Development Gender and Children N/A (Policy and Planning) Ministry of Education and Vocation Training (information N/A N/A N/A Education and Communication) Sub total (ministries/departments) 0(0.0%) 4(50%) 0(0.0%) 2. NGOs Tanzania Home Economics Association (TAHEA) N/A N/A N/A Research on Poverty Alleviation (REPOA) Legal and Human Rights Centre (LHRC) N/A N/A N/A Counseling for Nutrition and Health (COUNSENUTH) N/A N/A N/A PASADA Helen Keller International (HKI) N/A N/A N/A Sub total 1(16.3%) 1(16.3) 0(0.0%) 3. UN Agencies Bilateral Organizations 4. Research, service and academics Institutions World Food Progamme (WFP) Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) N/A N/A N/A United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) N/A United Nation Children s Fund (UNICEF) N/A N/A N/A World Health Organization (WHO) N/A N/A N/A Swedish International Development Agency (SIDA) United States Agency for International Development (USAID) N/A N/A N/A Sub total 1(14.2%) 1(14.2%) 1(14.2%) The Hubert Kairuki Memorial University N/A N/A N/A Sokoine University of Agriculture: (Food Science and Technology N/A N/A N/A Department) Tanzania Records and Archieves Tanzania Food and Drugs Authority (TFDA) N/A N/A Tanzania Institute of Education (TIE) N/A National Institute of Medical Research (NIMR) N/A N/A N/A Tanzania Commission for Science and Technology (COSTECH) N/A N/A N/A Open University of Tanzania (OUT) Jangwani Secondary School N/A N/A N/A Tanzania Library Service (TLS) N/A N/A N/A Benjamin William Mkapa Secondary School N/A N/A N/A TACAIDS N/A N/A N/A Sub total 1(8.3%) 2(16.7) 0(0.0%) Grand total 3(9.1%) 8(24.2%) 1(3,0%) 22

26 Nature of partners 1.Ministries Annex 4: Frequency of TFNC publications (information) exchange needs by partners Respondents Types and proportion of TFNC publications/information needs Diet Household Infant and IDD Maternal Nutrition related Food Young Child nutrition and HIV issues Security Nutrition Ministry of Health and Social Welfare (i) HQ (ii) NACP (iii) Elimu ya Afya kwa Umma Other Nutrition Publications Nutrition Anaemia Vitamin A Ministry of Agriculture Food Security and Cooperatives (i) Ukulima wa Kisasa (ii) National Food Security (iii) Nutrition Unit Ministry of Community Development Gender and Children (Policy and Planning) Ministry of Education and Vocation Training (information Education and Communication) Sub total (ministries/departments) 8(100%) 8(100%) 6(75%) 6(75%) 7(87%) 6(75%) 6(75%) 6(75%) 6(75%) 2. NGOs Tanzania Home Economics Association (TAHEA) Research on Poverty Alleviation (REPOA) Legal and Human Rights Centre (LHRC) Counseling for Nutrition and Health (COUNSENUTH) PASADA Helen Keller International (HKI) Sub total 5(83.3%) 6(100%) 5(83.3%) 4(66.7%) 4(66.7%) 6(100%) 6(100%) 4(66.7%) 4(66.7%) 3. Un World Food Progamme (WFP) Agencies Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) Bilateral United Nations Development Programme Organi zations (UNDP) United Nation Children s Fund (UNICEF) World Health Organization (WHO) Swedish International Development Agency resp. resp. resp. resp. resp. resp. resp. resp. resp. (SIDA) United States Agency for International resp. resp. resp. resp. resp. resp. resp. resp. resp. Development (USAID) Sub total 5(71.4%) 5(71.4%) 5(71.4%) 5(71.4%) 5(71.4%) 5(71.4%) 5(71.4%) 5(71.4%) 5(71.4%) 23

27 Nature of partners 4. Research, service and academics Institutions Diet related issues Household Food Security Types and proportion of TFNC publications/information needs Infant and IDD Maternal Nutrition Other Young Child nutrition and HIV Nutrition Nutrition Publications Nutrition Anaemia The Hubert Kairuki Memorial University Sokoine University of Agriculture: (Food Science and Technology Department) Tanzania Records and Archieves Tanzania Food and Drugs Authority (TFDA) Tanzania Institute of Education (TIE) National Institute of Medical Research (NIMR) Tanzania Commission for Science and Technology (COSTECH) Open University of Tanzania (OUT) Jangwani Secondary School Tanzania Library Service (TLS) Vitamin A Benjamin William Mkapa Secondary School TACAIDS Sub total 12(100%) 11(91.7%) 11(91.7%) 9(75%) 6(50.0%) 10(83.3%) 10(83.3%) 7(58.3%) 6(50.0%) Grand Total 30(90.9%) 29(87.9%) 27(81.8%) 24(72.7%) 22(66.7%) 28(84.8%) 27(81.8%) 22(66.7%) 21(63.6%) 24

28 Annex 5: Information exchange means/communication media used by various partners Nature of Medium of use for information exchange and its proportion partners Visits Postal Seminar/ workshop /Meeting TV Radio Internet/ Websites 1. Ministries Ministry of Health and Social Welfare (i) HQ (ii) NACP (iii) Elimu ya Afya kwa Umma Exhibition Ministry of Agriculture Food Security and Cooperatives (i) Ukulima wa Kisasa (ii) National Food Security (iii) Nutrition Unit Ministry of Community Development Gender and Children (Policy and Planning) Ministry of Education and Vocation Training (information Education and Communication) Sub total (ministries/departments) 8(100%) 2(25%) 6(75%) 5(62.5%) 6(75%) 6(75%) 7(87.5%) 2. NGOs TAHEA Research on Poverty Alleviation (REPOA) Legal and Human Rights Centre (LHRC) Counseling for Nutrition and Health (COUNSENUTH) PASADA Helen Keller International (HKI) Sub total 2(33.3%) 3(50%) 2(33.3%) 0(0.0%) 1(16.3%) 1(16.3%) 1(16.3%) 3. Un Agencies World Food Progamme (WFP) (Print) Bilateral Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) Organizations United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) United Nation Children s Fund (UNICEF) (print) World Health Organization (WHO) (print) Swedish International Development Agency (SIDA) United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Sub total 1(14.3%) 3(42.8%) 0(0.0%) 0(0.0%) 0(0.0%) 4(57.1%) 0(0.0%) 25

29 Nature of partners 4. Research, service and academics Institutions Medium of use for information exchange and its proportion Visits Postal Seminar/ workshop /Meeting TV Radio Internet/ Websites Exhibition The Hubert Kairuki Memorial University Sokoine University of Agriculture: (Food Science and Technology Department) Tanzania Records and Archieves Tanzania Food and Drugs Authority (TFDA) Tanzania Institute of Education (TIE) National Institute of Medical Research (NIMR) Tanzania Commission for Science and Technology (COSTECH) Open University of Tanzania (OUT) Jangwani Secondary School Tanzania Library Service (TLS) Benjamin William Mkapa Secondary School TACAIDS Sub total 0(0.0%) 325.0%) 4(33.3%) 2(16.7%) 2(16.7%) 5(41.7%) 3(25.0%) Grand total 11(33.3%) 11(33.3%) 12(36.4%) 7(21.2%) 9(27.3%) 16(48.5%) 8(24.2%) 26

30 Annex 6: Names and Address of various Ministries, n-governmental Organizations and International Organizations of Nutrition information exchange partners in Tanzania Referral Hospitals 1. Bugando referal hospital P.O. Box 1370 Mwanza Tel /13 Fax: entre.go.tz 2. Kagera regional hospital P.O. Box 265 Bukoba Tel: / Fax: Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Centre KCMC) P.O. Box 3010 Tel: / Fax: Mbeya referal hospital P.O. Box 419 Mbeya Tel: Muhimbili national hospital P.O. Box Tel: / /8 6. Ocean Road Cancer Institute P.O. Box 3592 Tel: Fax: / Secondary Schools Teaching CBN 1. Benjamin William Mkapa secondary school P.O. Box Tel: Forodhani secondary school P.O. Box 3107 Tel: Jangwani secondary school P.O. Box 2276 Tel: Kibasila secondary school P.O. Box Tel: Kifungilo secondary school P.O. Box 37 Lushoto Tanga region Tel: Kisutu secondary school P.O. Box Tel:

31 Annex 6 cont.. Government Institutions 1. Commission for science and Technology (Costech) P.O. Box 4302 Tel: /6 Fax: Medical Stores Department (MSD) P.O. Box 9081 Tel: Fax: Muhimbili university college of health sciences library P.O. Box Tel: ext National aids control Programme (NACP) P.O. Box Tel: / Fax: National institute for medical Research (NIMRI) P.O. Box 9653 Tel: / Fax: Open University of Tanzania P.O. Box Tel: / Fax: Radio Tanzania (RTD) P.O. Box 9191 Tel: Fax: r.t.d. 8. Sokoine University of Agriculture Education and Extension P.O. Box 3002 Morogoro Tel: / Fax: Sokoine university of agriculture Food science and technology department P.O. Box 3006 Morogoro Tel: Fax: (023) Sokoine University of Agriculture: library P.O. Box 3022 Morogoro Tel: ext.2282 Fax:

32 Annex 6 cont Tanzania Bureau of Standards (TBS) P.O. Box 9524 Tel: / Fax: Tanzania Commission for Aids (TACAIDS) P.O. Box Tel: / Fax: Tanzania Food and Drug Authority (TFDA) P.O. Box Tel: Fax: Tanzania Library Services Board P.O. Box 9283 Tel: /9 Fax: International Organization 1. Action Aid P.O. Box Tel: /25 2. African Medical and Research Foundation (AMREF) P.O. Box 2723 Tel: Fax: Axios Foundation P.O. Box Tel: / Fax: Care International P.O. Box Tel: Fax: University of - Library P.O. Box Tel: / Fax:

33 Annex 6 cont.. 5. Family Health International P.O. Box Tel: /74 Fax: Family Health International (HIV) P.O. Box Tel: /8 7. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) P.O. Box 2 Tel: / Fax: German Technical Cooperation (GTZ) P.O. Box 1519 Tel: / Fax: Helen Keller International P.O. Box Tel: Fax: +255(0) Website: Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) P.O. Box Tel: / Fax: United Nations Children s Fund (UNICEF) P.O. Box 4076 Tel: / Fax: United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) P.O. Box 9182 Tel: United nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) P.O. Box 2666 Tel: / United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) P.O. Box 9292 Tel: Fax: ` United Nations World Food programme (UNWFP) P.O. Box Tel: / United States of America Agency for International Development (USAID) P.O. Box 9130 Tel: / Fax:

34 Annex 6 cont World Bank P.O. Box 2054 Tel: / World Health Organization (WHO) P.O. Box 9292 Tel: Fax: / World Vision International P.O. Box 6399 Tel: / Fax: Other Institutions 1. Centre for Counseling, Nutrition and Health Care (Counsenuth) P.O. Box 8218 Dar Es Salaam Tel: / Fax: Net.Com 2. Centres For Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) c/o American Embassy P.O. Box 9123 Tel: /52 Fax: Christian Council of Tanzania (CCT) P.O. Box Tel: Independent Television (ITV) P.O. Box 163 Tel: / Fax : Ippmedia.Com 5. International Medical Assistance (IMA) P.O. Box Attn: Dr. D. Nyagawa 6 Legal and Human Rights Centre (LHRC) P.O. Box Tel: / Fax: Pastoral Activities & Services For People With HIV/AIDS (Pasada) P.O. Box Tel: Population Services International (PSI) P.O. Box Tel: / Fax:

35 Annex 6 cont Research for Poverty Alleviation (REPOA) P.O. Box Tel: / Fax: Service Health and Development for People Living With HIV/AIDS (Shdepha+) P.O. Box Tel: Tanzania Diabetes Association (TDA) P.O. Box Tel: Tanzania Episcopal Conference (TEC) P.O. Box 2133 Tel: / Fax: Tanzania Gender Networking Programme (TGNP) P.O. Box 8921 Tel: Fax: Tanzania Home Economics Association (TAHEA) P.O. Box 1125 Tel: 15. Uzazi Na Malezi Bora Tanzania (UMATI) P.O. Box 1372 Tel: Fax: Walio Katika Mapambano na Aids Tanzania (Wamata) P.O. Box Tel: /

36 Ministries Annex 6 cont.. 1. Ministry of Agriculture, Food Security and Cooperatives: National Food Security Kilimo House, Temeke P.O. Box 9192 Tel: / Fax: Ministry of Community Development Gender and Children P.O. Box 3448 Tel: / Fax: Ministry of Education and Vocational Training P.O. Box 9121 Te: / Fax: / Ministry of Energy and Minerals P.O. Box 2000 Tel: /59 Fax: Ministry Of Health and Social Welfare (Headquarter) P.O. Box 9083 Tel: /7 Fax: / Ministry Of Health and Social Welfare National Reproductive and Child Health (RCHS) P.O. Box 9083 Tel: Ministry of Industry, Trade and Marketing P.O. Box 9503 Tel: Wizara ya Kilimo, Chakula na Ushirika (Ukulima wa Kisasa) P.O. Box 9192 Tel: Fax: Ministry of Planning, Economy and Empowerment P.O. Box 9242 Tel: / /9 Fax: , Prime Minister s Office (Emergency) P.O. Box 3021 Tel: / / Ministry of Science, Technology and Higher Education, P.O. Box 2645, Tel: /7 33

37 Annex 6 cont Ministry of Water, P.O. Box 9153, Te: /40/41 Fax: Ministry of Health Zanzibar P.O. Box 236 Zanzibar. Names and Address of Nursing Schools 1. Aga Khan University, P.O. Box Dar Es Salaam Tel: / Bagamoyo Nurse and Midwifery School, P.O. Box 57, Bagamoyo Tel: / Bugando Nursing School, P.O. Box 476, Mwanza Tel: / Bukumbi NMTC, P.O. Box 1798, Tel: , Fax: Dareda Nursing School, P.O. Box 247, Babati Tel: / Fax: Edgar Maranta, School of Nursing, P.O. Box 310, Ifakara. 7. Geita Public Health Nursing School, P.O. Box 136, Geita - Mwanza Tel: / Fax: Hydom School of Nursing, P.O. Box Mbulu, Manyara Tel: / Fax:

38 Annex 6 cont.. 9. Huruma Nursing School, P.OI. Box 394, Mkuu Rombo Tel: / / Ifakara Nursing Training Centre, P.O. Box 516, Ifakara Tel: / Ilembula School of Nursing, P.O. Box Ilembula Iringa Te: International Medical & Technological University (IMTU) P.O. Box Tel: / Kabanga School of Nursing, P.O. Box 42 Kasulu, Tel: / Kahama Nursing School, P.O. Box 235, Kahama, Tel: / Fax: KCMC School of Advanced Ophthalmic Nursing, P.O. Box 3033, Moshi, Tel: /027/ Ext: 416, KCMC School of Nursing P.O. Box 3012, Moshi, Tel: Fax: KCMC School of Pediatric Nursing, P.O. Box 3012, Moshi, Tel: / , Kibosho School of Nursing P.O. Box 866 Moshi Tel: Kilimatinde Nursing & Midwives Training School P.O. Box 43 Manyoni Tel: Fax: Kiomboi Nursing Training centre, P.O. Box 124 Kiomboi Tel: / Fax: Kisare NTS P.O. Box 38, Magumu Serengeti, 22. Kolandoto School of Nursing, P.O. Box 16, Kolandoto Shinyanga, Tel: E-mal: 35

39 Annex 6 cont Korogwe School of Nursing, P.O. Box 78, Kondoa, Tel: / / Fax: Korogwe School of Nursing, P.O. Box 238, Korogwe, Tel: Fax: Lugalo Nursing School, P.O. Box 60126, Tel: Lugarawa Nurses & Midwives Training School, P.O. Box 54, Njombe Tel: / Fax: Mbozi School of Nursing, P.O. Box 2 Mbozi Tel: / Mbulu Public Health Nursing School, P.O. Box 69, Mbulu Tel: / Mikocheni Nursing School P.O. Box 65300, Tel: / Fax: Mirembe Nursing School, P.O. Box 595, Dodoma Tel: Fax: Mkomaindo N.M.T.C. P.O. Box 450, Masasi, Tel: / Morogoro Public Health Nursing School P.O. Box 1060, Morogoro, Tel: Fax: Mtwara N.T.C. P.O. Box 668 Mtwara, Tel: / Fax: Muheza School of Nursing, P.O. Box 5, Muheza, Tel: Muhimbili Nursing School, P.O. Box 65003, Muhimbili Tel: / Muhimbili School of Advanced Midwifery, P.O. Box 65006, Muhimbili Dar es Salalam Tel:

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