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Millennium Challenge Corporation's Electricity Transmission and Distribution Line-Extension Activity in Tanzania: Qualitative Evaluation


  • Candace Miller
  • John Schurrer
  • Nicholas Redel
  • Arif Mamun
  • Duncan Chaplin


This report presents our qualitative evaluation findings on the implementation of the T&D activity and the FS initiative, and the outcomes of electrification as perceived by households, businesses, and other community institutions.

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  • Candace Miller & John Schurrer & Nicholas Redel & Arif Mamun & Duncan Chaplin, 2015. "Millennium Challenge Corporation's Electricity Transmission and Distribution Line-Extension Activity in Tanzania: Qualitative Evaluation," Mathematica Policy Research Reports de3426ac1b7949c2a37de9eff, Mathematica Policy Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:mpr:mprres:de3426ac1b7949c2a37de9eff6a87609

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    Energy; electrification; performance evaluation; qualitative evaluation; case study;

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    • F - International Economics
    • Z - Other Special Topics

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