The AMCC Project is a maternal-child health project implemented in Mozambique, Burundi, Tanzania and Rwanda. It is funded by Global Affairs Canada and implemented by PWRDF (The Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund Canada) as well as implementing partners in the field. The program will reach 3,545,315 women, newborns, children (under 5) and men, with total budget of $17M Canadian dollars over 4 years.
For this project, Salanga will provide capacity building and consultancy during project monitoring and evaluation, through design and assistance in the collection of qualitative and quantitative data. We will be using the latest mobile data collection techniques as well as the Kinaki tool for accurate data aggregation and reporting. Salanga will also provide any other needed advice related to project M&E.