The Human Development Innovation Fund (HDIF) is a UKAID innovation fund managed by a Palladium Group‐led consortium in Tanzania. It aims to identify and support innovative and market‐driven solutions that have the potential to create social impact in Education, Health and Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) across Tanzania. HDIF aims to support better understanding and knowledge around innovation in human development, and to use evidence from HDIF to support the transformation of the innovation space, through adoption and scale up of innovations in Tanzania. HDIF has adopted the Principles for Digital Development to support cross-sector technology adoption and scaling-up for innovation-related practitioners (including HDIF and its partners) and policymakers in Tanzania.
The recently published Principles into Practice briefings explore the use of the Principles for Digital Development in the Tanzania context. Each paper focuses on one Principle and one grantee and shares findings and lessons learned based on “live” examples of innovation. The first set of ‘Principles in Practice’ papers were published in 2017, and looked at the principles focused on users, ecosystem and collaboration. The new papers concentrate on reusing and improving technology and concepts, on scaling up and sustainability.
For these papers and other HDIF publications on digital learning visit http://www.hdif-tz.org/digital
PiP_Brief#2_DOT_Online.pdf (558.6 KB)
PiP_Brief#1_CAMFED_Online.pdf (650.1 KB)
PiP_CSSC_OnlineNew.pdf (773.4 KB)
PiP_TotoHealth_OnlineNew.pdf (912.1 KB)
PiP_Brief#1_Ubongo.pdf (882.7 KB)
PiP_Apopo_OnlineNew.pdf (1.1 MB)
PiP_VSO_OnlineNew.pdf (1.5 MB)