Do our children have life skills and values? Assessment of Life skills and Values in East Africa (ALiVE): Tanzania Mainland Report

The ALiVE assessment was conducted in 34 districts of Tanzania mainland, in July 2022. A total of 14,645 adolescents aged 13-17 years were assessed from 11,802 households. This was a one-on-one assessment that was administered orally in the local language (Kiswahili). To assess collaboration, the adolescents worked in groups of four, some in separate gender (boys, girls) and some in mixed-gender groups. The assessment combined the use of scenarios with a scoring rubric to measure the skills, and performance tasks with an observation rubric to assess collaboration.

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Emergency Update/Report


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Regional Education Learning Initiative


Community Participation
Learning Assessment
Life Skills
Research and Evidence

Geographic Focus