Welcome to the web site for Tanzania Monitoring. This site has key information about the Tanzania’s national development strategy known as MKUKUTA.
MKUKUTA is a Kiswahili acronym for the National Strategy for Growth and Reduction of Poverty. This strategy is the development framework for the current five year phase (2005-2010). It forms part of Tanzania’s efforts to deliver on its national Vision 2025. The focus is outcome orientated and organized around three clusters:
Cluster 1: Growth and reduction of income poverty,
Cluster 2: Improved quality of life and social well-being, and
Cluster 3: Governance and accountability.
Monitoring MKUKUTA progress across these clusters is a large and important task. To do this the monitoring system has a structure which includes coordination by the MKUKUTA Secretariat and three multi-stakeholder Technical Working Groups. The three groups are:
- Research and Analysis
- Surveys and Routine Data