Australia Awards Global Tracer Facility - Tracer Survey 2018-19 Tanzania Country Report
Outcomes Summary: United Republic of Tanzania
This country report details the responses of alumni from the United Republic of Tanzania to the Australia Awards Global Tracer Facility Tracer Survey carried out in 2018-19. The Tracer Survey was conducted between November 2018 and February 2019 and targeted alumni who completed their award between 2011 and 2016.
Alumni were asked a range of questions via an online survey, focussed on exploring the long-term outcomes of the Australia Awards. In total 3,768 alumni in this cohort from more than 123 different countries participated in the survey. A 26 per cent response rate of the target cohort was achieved globally. This report focuses on the response data of alumni from the United Republic of Tanzania.
For the United Republic of Tanzania, there were 228 alumni included in the target population. Responses were received from 45, a response rate of 20 per cent. Among these respondents, 27 were scholarship alumni and 18 were fellowship alumni.
The survey data provide a valuable quantitative insight into alumni use of knowledge and skills, development of networks and contribution to cooperation with Australia. The responses also offer rich examples from alumni of the types of contributions they are making, the way in which they are using their award, and the things that help and hinder them in reaching their potential.
The data detailed here are reported based on the four long-term outcomes of the Australia Awards as articulated in the Australia Awards Global Strategy: Investing in the next generation of global leaders for development 2016-2018 and the Australia Awards Global Monitoring and Evaluation Framework. In terms of responding to the long-term outcomes of the Australia Awards, the following summary offers findings based on the responses of alumni from the United Republic of Tanzania. Further outcomes are included in the infographic following this summary.