Tanzania Reports

ReportsTanzania Conditional Cash Transfer (TASAF III/ PSSN): Youth Well-being and the Transition to Adulthood Evaluation

Data Collection:



2015, 2017


Sample Size:

1,357 youth



8 Mainland Districts: Misungwi, Kahama, Kilola, Kisarawe, Handeni, Mbogwe, Itilima, Uyui

Evaluation Design:

Randomized Control Trial

Key Partners/ Implementers:

UNICEF Office of Research - Innocenti



Funding for this evaluation has generously been provided by UNICEF Tanzania, UNICEF ESARO, an Anonymous Donor, and Sida through a grant to UNICEF Office of Research—Innocenti, supporting the Transfer Project.


Click on the reports below to download:

Study 1: PSSN effects on youth well-being and the transition to adulthood (2015-2017)

Study 2:  Evidence on the "cash plus" component targeted to youth, layered on top of the PSSN (2017-2020)

Other related reports:

  • The 2010-2012 pilot CCT was evaluated by researchers at the World Bank (report can be found here; not part of the Transfer Project)
  • World Bank examining broad programme impacts (baseline report found here; not part of the Transfer Project)
  • REPOA to examine impacts on women’s empowerment in agriculture (reports forthcoming)