|Overall project value (EUR)|
|€ 42 100|
|Origin of funding|
|Proportion carried out by legal entity|
|CEC (FWC BENEF Lot 9)|
|Number of staff provided|
Detailed description of project Back
The Tourism Training Programme was launched in March 2006 with the purpose to improve the training standards in the tourism industry in Tanzania. The Programme comprises two phases: an execution phase that ended in December 2009 and a closure phase ending 31 December 2011. The total budget of the Programme is 2,500,000 Euro. A key activity of the closure phase will be the undertaking of a final evaluation of the Programme.
The study’s global objective is to provide decision makers in the Tanzanian government and the European Commission with sufficient information to make an informed judgment about the past performance of the Tourism Training Programme, to document lessons learned and to provide recommendations for potential programmes to act as follow-up action. The study will also assess if the project fulfilled its initial purpose and overall objective by looking at relevance, design, efficiency, effectiveness, impact and sustainability.
Type of services provided
PROMAN provides the services of the Evaluation Team who:
They will produce a report containing the monitoring and evaluation methodology, the assessment, conclusions and recommendations where recommendations must realistic and achievable; and amongst others Project concept note(s) for new areas of intervention and a Power Point Presentation.
PROMAN manages the assignment.