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  1. Changing International Development Assistance: Tanzania and basket funding Michael Mushi (USAID, Tanzania)

  2. Capital

  3. Funding trend for public sector contraceptives (millions of US$)

  4. Element III: Improved Resource Mobilization Fiscal year Amount in T Shillings 2002/2003 1.5 billion (all Basket) 2003/2004 3.8 billion (all Basket) 2004/2005 7.7 billion (all Basket) 2005/2006 6.9 billion (all GOT) 2006/2007 5.8 billion (1.3 Basket, 4.5 GOT)

  5. 2006 Male Condom Market Share Total Condom Consumption = 86,149,776

  6. Basket funding success………. • Example of increased resources to a basket being applied to reproductive supplies • Increased government involvement and transparency between the public sector and social marketing sector • Generally this approach has worked

  7. Basket funding hiccup ……… • Procurement through the Ministry very slow – slow allocation of funds – and procurement just not quick enough to utilise the funds in the basket • USAID had to make emergency procurement of injectables and male condoms in order to avoid a stockout • Lesson: donors (or contributors to basket) need to also provide technical assistance/support to improving systems

  8. Lessons • Donors (or contributors to basket) need to also provide technical assistance/support to improving the procurement system • Basket funding does not take care of other components of the family planning programme (e.g training and demand creation) to ensure quality of care • For RH it is crucial to avoid stockouts and therefore mechanisms (e.g. procurement systems) under Government control need to be vastly improved to prevent this • No commodities, no RH program!