TCI University Continues to Receive High Praise from Its Users: 2020 User Survey Findings
Every year, The Challenge Initiative (TCI) conducts a survey of registered TCI University (TCI-U) users to assess the reach, usability, usefulness and use of TCI-U resources, uncover additional insights about TCI’s coaching activities and collect suggestions for improvements.
Overall, this year’s survey findings reveal that TCI-U’s effects on user knowledge, mindset and practice continue to be extremely positive and similar to last year’s findings. The findings indicate a significant focus on the value and importance of coaching and peer learning, which highlights how TCI-U’s three components are so interlinked and work best when they work together.
The survey reveals early signs of institutionalization and sustainability of TCI’s high-impact approaches with over 75% of respondents (n=284) reporting that their state/city/country/municipality budget included TCI family planning and/or AYSRH approaches. Furthermore, the survey shows that nearly 90% of respondents directly involved in TCI said they recommended TCI-U to an average of 34 colleagues, with a range of 25 to 40.
In addition, although 27% of respondents (n=107) were not directly involved in TCI high-impact approaches, all but 16 came from East Africa, Nigeria, India and Francophone West but not TCI-supported geographies. About one-third first learned about TCI-U when attending a conference or meeting, and more than one-fourth were referred to TCI-U by a colleague. Both of these findings reveal organic opportunities for diffusing TCI proven approaches.
These are exciting findings along with a number of key findings highlighted in the infographic below.
TCIHC ensures urban areas have access to easy-to-use supply chain management system app.
TCI has partnered with SHOFCO and the Nairobi county government to provide AYSRH services to slum communities.
ASHAs work to dispel myths among young, first-time parents in Moradabad, Uttar Pradesh.
In Nigeria, an innovative co-financing model supports states in meeting commitments made for family planning.