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During the last ten years, DataVision International has executed a significant number of surveys with an Early Grade Reading Assessment (EGRA) and/or Early Grade Math Assessment (EGMA) component in Tanzania at district, regional or national wide level. DataVision International build intensive experience in conducting EGRA/EGMA to students in schools or children in communities. All data collection during these surveys were conducted either with Tangerine, SurveyCTO or with Tikiti, our in-house build android and web-based application. Therefore, DataVision International has experiences in management of EGRA/EGMA undertakings and has a portfolio of Early Grade Learning experts and data collectors for the assessment of students and teachers.

Recently Featured Projects

Room to Read (2020-2022)

Monitoring and Evaluation Data Collection Services for Room to Read’s Literacy Program in Tanzania.

DataVision International provides data collection services for two activities (i) Data Collection for Impact Evaluation of the Literacy Program (Baseline, Program Only Assessment (POA), Endline) and (ii) Group Administered Learning Assessments (GALA) Pilot, to assess early grade children’s reading skills.

USAID  (2016-2021)

Monitoring and Evaluation Services for “Tusome Pamoja” Education Program

DataVision International was one of the four key implementing partners with focus in providing data for impact evaluation (baseline, midline and endline) in five regions of Mainland Tanzania and Zanzibar.

XPRIZE, UNESCO through RTI Int. (2017-2019)

Baseline and Endline of EGRA/EGMA to out-of-school children aged 7 to 10 in the Tanga region, Tanzania.

Aga Khan Foundation (2018)

Baseline Study of Elimu Bora Project, School readiness assessment, a teachers’ and parents’ survey. Qualitative data collection with parents and education officials.

UNICEF through RTI International (2017)

Tanzania National MELQO Assessment.

DataVision undertook data collection for MELQO (Measuring Early Learning and Quality Outcomes). The assessment was conducted in 120 schools in 11 regions from Tanzania Mainland and 5 regions from Zanzibar by assessing 1200 students of Standard and their parents.

USAIDS through RTI Int. (2013-2017)

National EGRA/EGMA  and SSME evaluation (Baseline, Mid line, End line)

The exercise involved a nationally sample of 675 primary schools across Tanzania Mainland and Zanzibar and it involved 8,100 students and their respective teachers. DataVision undertook full data collection nationwide and supported data processing.