Henry A. Mollel

Henry Morel Henry A. Mollel (PhD) is a Senior Lecturer, researcher and consultant in the Department of Health System Managemen at Mzumbe University. He obtained his health system management training at Mzumbe University (the then IDM) and later pursued a Master’s of Science (MSc.) in health systems management from Aston Business School at Aston University in the United Kingdom.

He holds a PhD in Health and Education Systems Management from the University of Groningen, the Netherlands and has postdoctoral experience in Health Monitoring and Evaluation from a multi-country project implemented byIfakara Health Institute incollaboration with Trinity College Dublin (TCD) and University of Dublin (UCD), Ireland, and Eduardo Mondlane University, Mozambique. Dr Mollel has developed his expertise in areas ofhealth monitoringand evaluation,strategic planning and management, and management of health systems. He has successfully managed two research projects in Tanzania: the monitoring and evaluation of the Pay for Performance (P4P) pilot initiative in Pwani Region, and the Support, Train and Empowers Managers (STEM) project. At the university and outside the university, Dr Mollel has been a trainer and facilitator in:health monitoring and evaluation,strategic planning and management,health planning,policy interpretation and analysis, and health systemsmanagement.

He is a research fellow at Ifakara Health Institute and a Stand Consultant of the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare. He is also a member of the Human Resources for Health Technical Working Group of the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare. He has successfully organised, coordinated and conducted a number of trainings and programs in the areas of monitoring and evaluation for health system strengthening.

Sex: Male
Nationality: Tanzanian
Permanent Address: P.o. Box 86, Mzumbe, Tanzania
Mobile: +255 763452120/624672349
Email: hemollel@mzumbe.ac.tz

Henry Mollel, PhD, MSc, is a Senior Lecturer, Researcher and Consultant in the Department of Health Systems Management at Mzumbe University. Over the years Mollel has developed expertise through formal education, hands-on training trainings and specific assignment conducted in the areas of: Health Systems Management, Project Design and Development; Health Monitoring and Evaluation, Health Policy Design and Development; Strategic Planning and Management and; HIV and AIDS. He has successfully managed two research projects in Tanzania as part of his postdoctoral studies, the monitoring and evaluation of the Pay for Performance (P4P) Pilot Initiative in Pwani Region and the Support, Train and Empowers Managers (STEM) project. Currently, Mollel work with UCSF as an instructor for the MSc in Health Monitoring and Evaluation, and Strategic Management in Health at Mzumbe University- in a program that focuses in building capacity of health program managers in monitoring and evaluating HIV/AIDS and health related projects and programs. He is also an instructor for Master of Health Systems Management.   As detailed in this CV- Mollel is a stand consultant for the Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children. He is also a member of Human Resources for Health Technical Working group of the MOHCDGEC.

2011 – To Date Senior Lecturer-Mzumbe University: Teaching mainstreaming and short courses, conducting tutorials and field/research supervision to undergraduate and postgraduate students
2012-2014 Project Manager/Post Doctoral: Support, Training and Empower Managers (STEM)-Ifakara Health Institute (IHI)
2011-2012 Head of Departments-Health Systems Management, Mzumbe University
2011-2012 Program Coordinator- Masters of Health System Management
2011-2012 Overall Coordinator Pay for Performance (P4P) Monitoring and Evaluation Project in Pwani Region
2006-2011 Lecturer- Mzumbe University Teaching mainstreaming and short courses, conducting tutorials and field/research supervision to undergraduate and postgraduate students
2003-2006 Assistant Lecturer- Mzumbe University Teaching mainstreaming and short courses, conducting tutorials and field/research supervision to undergraduate and postgraduate students
2000-2003 Tutorial Assistant: IDM- Mzumbe January 2000 joined the then Institute of Development-Mzumbe as Academic staff-After graduating from the same Institute
2003-2006 Department Secretary – Health Systems Management
2003-2006 Class Supervisor and Coordinator for Undergraduate and Postgraduate of Health Systems Management Programs
1997-1998 Principal Secretary-Ministry of Planning and Finance -Mzumbe Institute of Development Management, Student Organization: IDM- Mzumbe

  1. Post-Doctoral in Health Monitoring and Evaluation (2014) Ifakara Health Institute in collaboration with Trinity College, University of Dublin- Ireland and; Eduardo Mondlane University-Mozambique- Post Doctoral ( Health Monitoring and Evaluation)
  2. PhD in Management of Health Systems and Primary Education (2010), University of Groningen –The Netherlands,
  3. in Health Systems Management (2002): Aston University (Aston Business School)-UK ,
  4. BHSM (The then ADHA) (1999) – Mzumbe University the then IDM-Mzumbe
  5. Old Moshi Secondary School, Kilimanjaro-Tanzania, Advanced Level Certificate of Secondary Education (1996-1999)
  6. Oldadai Secondary School, Arusha, Certificate in Ordinary Level Secondary Education (1989-1992)
  7. Moivaro Primary School, Arusha, Certificate in Primary School Education (1982-1988)

Training – Since 2000, has been extensively engaged in training Strategic Management in the Health Systems, Health System Research, Health Monitoring and Evaluation, Health Policy and Planning- for undergraduate and postgraduate programs; Conduct tailored made training and short courses in the health systems, local governance and HIV and AIDS.
Consultancy – Since 2000, has led a variety of consultancies assignments in health systems management, Monitoring and evaluation, Strategic Planning and Management, Development of policies and Guidelines, and Program and Institutional Reviews.
Research – Since 2000, has conducted a variety of Implementation science researches including Baseline Surveys and Monitoring and Evaluation studies. He supervises researches for undergraduate and postgraduate students including PhD.

  1. End term Evaluation of the Citizens Engaging in Government Oversight in Natural Resources Management (CEGO-NRM) Project, Commissioned by Lawyers Environmental Action Team (LEAT), November 2017
  2. Review and Finalization of the National Guideline on Respectful and Compassionate Nursing and Midwifery Care including HIV and AIDS Services, Commissioned by American International Health Alliance (AIHA) in collaboration with Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children. Role Played: Consultant (December, 2017)
  3. Training of TACAIDS and MOHCDGEC Experts on Impact Measurement, Monitoring and Evaluation of HIV and AIDS Programs from 20th to 24th November, 2017, Commissioned by Tanzania Commission of AIDS (TACAIDS), November, 2017
  4. Review of the Mainstreaming of HIV and AIDS for Emerging Sectors and Development of the Guidelines for Mainstreaming HIV and AIDS in Emerging Sectors, Commission by Tanzania Commission for AIDS (TACAIDS), September, 2017
  5. Review of the Immunization Equity Micro-planning Tool and Facilitate 28 Council supported by UNICEF to Develop Council Immunization Equity Micro-plans, Commissioned by UNICEF, Role Played: Consultant (July-Nov, 2017)
  6. Provide Technical Writer Up Services for the Determined Resilient Empowered AIDS-Free Mentored Safe (DREAMS) projects, Commissioned by Management Sciences for Health In Collaboration with the Tanzanian Commission for AIDS (TACAIDS). Role Played: Consultant ( Sept-Oct, 2017)
  7. Design and Development of Nursing and Midwifery Leadership Guideline, Commissioned by American International Health Alliance (AIHA) in collaboration with Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children. Role Played: Consultant (Sept-Oct, 2017)
  8. Midterm Review of the National Multisectoral Strategic Framework for HIV and AIDS- 2013/14-2017/18, Commissioned by Tanzania Commission for AIDS (TACAIDS). Role Played: Consultant (2017)
  9. Guide, observe and document the MAC curricula pilot test and update MAC Manuals and training guidance to reflect pilot test findings, Commissioned by Initiatives Inc and its Partners in collaboration with Tanzania Commission for AIDS (TACAIDS). Role Played: Lead Consultant (2017)
  10. Participation in the Development of HRH Task Sharing Policy Guidelines Implementation Plan 2017-2022, Organized by the Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children in Collaboration with the International Training and Education Centre for Health (I-TECH). Role Played: Technical Adviser (2017)
  11. Review of Mzumbe University Organization Structure, Mzumbe University, Role Played: Team Leader, July, 2017
  12. Assessment of Immunization Equity, Commissioned by UNICEF. Role Played: Consultant (Dec. 2016- Jan 2017)
  13. Development of Training Programs for TACAIDS Trainers including development of training slides and facilitation, Commissioned by Initiatives Inc and its Partners in collaboration with Tanzania Commission for AIDS (TACAIDS). Role Played: Lead Consultant (2016)
  14. Review and Update the Multisectoral AIDS Committees (MACs) training modules and Design the CMACs/WMACs and VMACs/MMACs training manuals, Commissioned by Initiatives Inc and its Partners in collaboration with Tanzania Commission for AIDS (TACAIDS). Role Played: Lead Consultant (2016)
  15. Conduct Baseline Survey for All Mothers and Children Count Project, Commissioned by Anglican Church of Tanzania Diocese of Masasi in consultations with the Primate’s World Relief and Development Fund (PWRDF) of Canada. Role Played: Lead Consultant (2016)
  16. Facilitation of Training of Trainees on Hospital Management Training for Regional Referral Hospitals, Commissioned by Ministry of Health and Social Welfare and Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), Role Played: Lead Consultant (2016)
  17. Design and Develop Zanzibar Family Planning Costed Implementation Plan [2015-2020] Commissioned by Zanzibar Ministry of Health and UNFPA. Role Played: Lead Consultant (2016)
  18. Development of facilitators guide for Hospital Management Training for Regional Referral Hospitals, Commissioned by Ministry of Health and Social Welfare and Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), Role Played: Lead Consultant (2015)
  19. Conduct Survey of the Mobile Phone- for Tokomeza Ukeketaji Project, Commissioned by AMREF Health Africa, Role Played: Lead Consultant, 2015
  20. Evaluation of  Jibu M-learning Project Using Kirkpatrick Model for Levels 1 And 2, Commissioned by AMREF Health Africa, Role Played: Lead Consultant, 2015
  21. Conduct Operational Research of Mkapa Fellows Program II, Commissioned by Mkapa Foundation, role Played: Lead Consultant, (2015)
  22. Rapid assessment for Key Population Groups Friendly Services in Dar es Salaam, Mwanza and Iringa, Commissioned by Engenderhealth, Role Played: Consultant, (2015)
  23. Evaluation of Tanzania Commission for AIDS (TACAIDS) strategic Plan 2011-2014; Commissioned by TACAIDS, Role Played: Consultant (2014)
  24. Design and Development of TACAIDS Strategic Plan 2014-2019, Commissioned by TACAIDS, Role Played: Consultant (2014)
  25. Development of the Tanzania National Human Resources for Health Strategic Plan 2014-2019, Commissioned by the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare (MOHSW) in collaboration with JICA Tanzania, Role Played: Consultant (2013)
  26. Development of the National Operational Plan for Strengthening Community Based Family Planning, 2012 – 2015, Commissioned by family Health International (FHI) in Collaboration with the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare (MoHSW), Role Played: Consultant (2013)
  27. Review of the Functions of the Regional Health Structures [Regional Health Management Teams, Regional Referral Hospitals Management Team, and Regional Referral Hospital Boards] commissioned by JICA through Ministry of Health and Social Welfare (MoHSW), Role Played: Consultant (2013)
  28. Review of the Regional Management Supportive Supervision Manual to Council Health Management Teams, and Regional Referral Hospital Management Teams, commissioned by JICA through Ministry of Health and Social Welfare (MoHSW), Role Played: Consultant (2013)
  29. Development of ToTs Teaching Materials for CCHP and PlanRep, Commissioned by the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare (MoHSW), Role Played: Consultant  (2012)
  30. Training of Hospital Referral Management Teams on Management of Health Resources and Quality Health Care, Commissioned by the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare, Role Played: Consultant ( 2011)
  31. Monitoring and Evaluation of Pay for Performance (P4P) initiative in Pwani Region, Commissioned by Ifakara Health Institute (IHI) through P4P Pilot Project, Role Played: Consultant (2011)
  32. Evaluation of Training of Community Health Agents (CHAs) Training, Commissioned by Ifakara Health Institute (IHI) through Connect Project, Role Played: Consultant (2011)
  33. Facilitation on Development of Regional Referral Hospitals Strategic and Operational plans, Commissioned by the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare (MoHSW), Role Played: Consultant (2011)
  34. Conduct Mid Term Review of the National Malt-sectoral Strategic Framework, Commissioned by the Tanzania Commission for AIDS (TACAIDS) in support of the UNAIDS, Role Played: Consultant (2010)
  35. Review of Hospital Management Modules, Commissioned by the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare (MoHSW), Role Played: Consultant (2010)
  36. Facilitation of Hospital Management Training Modules, Commissioned by the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare (MoHSW), Role Played: Consultant (2010)
  37. Evaluation of Good Governance in HIV/AIDS Activities in Tanzania, Commissioned by World Bank through Tanzania Commission for AIDS (TACAIDS), Role Played: Consultant (2009)
  38. Evaluation of National Expansion of Tanzania Essential Health Interventions Project (TEHIP), commissioned by Ifakara Health Research Institute, Role Played: Consultant (2008)
  39. Conducted Mid Term Review of the HIV/AIDS Fellows Program, Commissioned by Benjamin William Mkapa HIV/AIDS Foundation, Role played: Consultant (BMAF) (2007)
  40. Training of Hospital Management Teams on Planning, Management and Quality Health Care, Sponsored by the ministry of Health, Role played: Facilitator (2007)
  41. Preparation/Formulation of National Policy on Collaborative Tuberculosis/HIV (TB/HIV) activities sponsored by the World Health Organization and Ministry of Health and Social Welfare, Tanzania. Role played: Senior consultant (2006)
  42. Training of Principles of Allied Health and Nursing Schools of Central Zone, Southern Highlands zone, and South West Highlands Zone on Strategic planning and Management, Sponsored by the Ministry of Health, Role Played Facilitator (2006)
  43. Review of Comprehensive Council Health Planning Guidelines, Sponsored by the Ministry of Health, Role Played: Technical advisor (2006)
  44. Conduct Stakeholders Workshop and Development of Workshop Report (Stage five of the Local Government Reform Pragramme) for Development of Council Strategic Plans, clients Kilombero and Korogwe District Councils, Role Played: Facilitator (2006)
  45. Development of Council Strategic Plan, Korogwe District Council, Role Played: Facilitator (2006)
  46. Structural design of the anatomy of strategic plan, facilitation and comprehensive/detailed preparation of Five Years Strategic Plan for the Human Resources for Health sponsored by World Health Organization (WHO) and the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare. Role Played: Consultant (2006)
  47. Training of Regional Secretariat/Regional Health Management Teams of Pwani, Morogoro and Dodoma regions on Planning and Performance Management. Sponsored by Ministry of Health and Social Role Played: Facilitator (2006)
  48. Training of Ward Tribunals of Kahama District Council on Management and Leadership Skills. Client: Kahama District Council. Role Played: Trainer (2006)
  49. Training of Councillors and Staff of Morogoro Rural District Council on Management and Leadership Skills. Client: Morogoro District Council. Role Played: Trainer (2006)
  50. Development of District Strategic Plan for Korogwe District Council. Client: Korogwe District Council: Role Played: Consultant (2005)
  51. Training of Regional Secretariat/Regional Health Management Teams of Tanga, Manyara and Arusha regions on Planning and Performance management. Sponsored by the Ministry of Health: Role Played: Consultant (2005)
  52. Training of Regional Secretariat/Regional Health Management Teams of Mara, Kagera and Mwanza on Planning and Performance Management. Sponsored by Ministry of Health. Role Played: Facilitator (2005)
  53. Facilitation of Stakeholders Workshop and Development of Strategic Plan (Stage five of the Local Government Reform Programme) for Kilombero and Rufiji. Role Played: Consultant (2005)
  54. Conducting Training Need Assessment, Development of Job Description, Job Specification, and Training Programme for Mbulu District Council. The Clients was Mbulu District Council. Role Played: Consultant (2005)
  55. Pre-Testing of Performance Improvement Modules for Hospital Management Teams. Client: Ministry of Health. Role Played: Technical Advisor (2005)
  56. Development of Training Modules on Performance Improvement for Hospital Management Teams. Client: Ministry of Health. Role played: Consultant (2005)
  57. Training of Regional Secretariat/Regional Health Management Teams of Rukwa, Ruvuma and Iringa regions on Planning and Performance Management. Sponsored by the Ministry of Health. Role Played: Facilitator (2004)
  58. Training of Regional Secretariat/Regional Health Management Teams of Shinyanga, Singida and Kilimanjaro regions on Planning and Performance Management Course. Sponsored by the Ministry of Health. Role Played: Facilitator (2004)
  59. Editing and Final Preparation of Tailor-Made Training Modules for RS/Regional Health Management Teams (RHMTs) on Planning and Performance Management. Client: Ministry of Health. Role Played: Consultant (2004)
  60. Pre-testing of RS/Regional Health Management Teams (RHMTs) Management Training Modules on Planning and Performance Management. Sponsored by the Ministry of Health. Role Played: Technical Advisor (2004)
  61. Development of Tailor Made Training Modules on Planning and Performance Management for RS/Regional Health Management Teams (RHMTs). Client: Ministry of Health. Role Played: Consultant (2004)
  62. Training of Regional Health Secretaries from: Bugando Mirembe, Kibongoto, KCMC and Mbeya Hospitals on Quality and Customer Care Management. Sponsored by Ministry of Health. Role Played: Trainer (2004)
  63. Training of Councilors and Staff of Musoma Town Council on Good Governance. Client: Musoma Town Council. Role Played: Trainer (2004)
  64. Training Councilors and Staff of Ludewa District Council on Good Governance. Clent: Ludewa District Council. Role Played: Trainer (2004)
  65. Training Councilors and Staff of Bukombe District Council on Good Governance. Client: Bukombe District Council. Role Played: Trainer (2004)
  66. Training Councilors and Staff of Nkasi District Council. Client: Nkasi District Council. Role Played: Trainer (2004)
  67. Development of Short Courses and Consultancy Operational Policy for Mzumbe University, 2003
  68. Conducting Training Need Assessment for Human Resources Development Project for Kahama District Council. Role Played: Consultant (2003)
  69. Conducting Survey on Service Delivery in Five Economic Ministries namely Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism, Ministry of Communication and Transport, Ministry of Energy and Mineral, Ministry of Industry and Trade, and ministry of Works sponsored by President’s Office, Civil Service Department. Role Played: Assistant Consultant (2003)

  1. Use of Monitoring and Evaluation for Quality and Program Improvement, University of California San Francisco, United States of America, 28 April – May 2, 2014.
  2. Social Network Analysis: Introduction, Essex Summer School in Social Science Data Analysis and Collection, University of Essex, United Kingdom, 9 July –July 21, 2007
  3. Social Network Analysis: Theories and Applications, Essex Summer School in Social Science Data Analysis and Collection, University of Essex, 30 July –August 17, 2007
  4. EndNote Application, The computing Centre of the University of Groningen, the Netherlands, 11-30 and 12-1-2006
  5. Advanced Computer Course-Coverage, Mzumbe University, 2006
  6. Scaling Up Responses to the Plight of Africa’s AIDS Orphans, Tanzania Global Development Learning Centre at The Institute of Finance Management, May 6, 2005
  7. Data Analysis with SPSS, Mzumbe university, Tanzania, Aug.13-15, 2003
  8. Exploratory Data Analysis with Stata 8, REPOA, Tanzania, April, 7-15, 2003
  9. Exploratory Data Analysis with Stata 5, ESRF Hall, Tanzania, Aug. 28-Sept.1, 2001
  10. Presentation Skills, IDM-Mzumbe, Tanzania, July 10-14,2001
  11. Participatory Methodology for Social Development, TEC-Kurasini, Tanzania, May, 7-11,2001
  12. Joint Cluster on Research Methodology, IDM-Mzumbe, Tanzania, Feb.19-Mar.2, 2001
  13. Basic Computer Course, IDM-Mzumbe, Tanzania, June-July, 1999

Journal Papers

  1. Mollel Henry A. and Nyangusi Ndukai Laizer (2018), Evaluation of HIV and AIDS Workplace Programs in Government-Owned Secondary Schools in Tanzania, East Africa Journal of Applied Health Monitoring and Evaluation (EAJAHME), Issue 2, February 2018.
  2. Uduma Ogenna, Marie Galligan,  Henry Mollel,  Honorati Masanja,  Susan Bradley and Eilish McAuliffe (2017), The impact of a human resource management intervention on the capacityof supervisors to support and supervisetheir staff at health facility level, BioMed Cetral, Human Resources for Health 15:57 DOI 10.1186/s12960-017-0225-0
  3. Brynne Gilmore,1 Eilish McAuliffe, Fiona Larkan,1 Magnus Conteh, Nicola Dunne, Michele Gaudrault, Henry Mollel, Nazarius Mbona Tumwesigye, Frédérique Vallières (2016), How do community health committees contribute to capacity building for maternal and child health? A realist evaluation protocol, BJM Open, http://bmjopen.bmj.com/
  4. Orest S. Masue and Henry A. Mollel (2015) User Participation in Delivering Public Services in Africa: Theory and Practice, Public Policy and Administration Research, Vol 5, No. 11
  5. Cliford J. Ringo and Henry A. Mollel (2014), Making Decentralization Promote Empowerment of the Local People: Tanzania Experience, International Journal of Business and Social Science, Vol 5, No. 12. Can also be accessed through: http: / / ijbssnet.com/journal/index/2949    
  6. Henry A, Mollel and Senga K. Pemba ( 2014), Strengthening Human Resources for Health in Tanzania: The influence of the Pilot Training Program on the Future of Community Health Agents, Journal of Policy and Leadership, Vol. 3, Issues No. 1, 95
  7. Henry A. Mollel and Albertjan Tolleneer (2013), Decentralization in Tanzania: Design and Application in Planning Decisions, International Journal of Public Administration, 36:5, 344-353
  8. Henry A. Mollel (2012), Tracing the local Government Reforms for development in Tanzania: A difference Made, Uongozi Journal of Management and Development Dynamics, 23, Issue No.1
  9. Henry A. Mollel and Christopher Nyaruba (2012), The Concepts of Decentralization and Policy Overview in Tanzania, Journal of Policy and Leadership, Vol. 1, Issues No. 2, 1-20
  10. Cosmas S. Mbogela and Henry A. Mollel (2012), Decentralization and Financial Management in the Tanzanian local Government Authorities, Journal of Policy and Leadership, Vol. 1, Issues No. 2, 21-40
  11. Lawrencia D. Mushi and Henry A. Mollel (2012), Downward Accountability in the Decentralized System of Governance: Experience of Selected Wards in Mvomero District Council in Tanzania, Journal of Policy and Leadership, Vol. 1, Issues No. 2, 77-89
  12. Henry A. Mollel and Albertjan Tollenaar (2011), Participation for Development: Does the Decentralization Policy in Tanzania Make a Difference, http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1865755
  13. Henry A. Mollel and Paul J Amani,(2011), The Concepts of Rationing Health Resources and the Experince of Tanzania, New Zealand and the United States of America, Uongozi Journal of Management and Development Dynamics, 21, Issue No.1, 54-71
  14. George Bea and Henry A. Mollel (2008), Why do Clients Leave Microfinance Institutions? An Examination of Factors Prompting their Dropout: A Case of Small Enterprise Development Agency (SEDA) in Morogoro Municipality in Tanzania, Economic and Development Papers Vol 1, Issue No. 1
  15. Henry A. Mollel and Paul J Amani,(2007) Collaboration between Non-Governmental Organizations and the Government of Tanzania and Lessons of Experience from Other Countries, Uongozi Journal of Management and Development Dynamics, 19, Issue No. 1

Research reports

  1. Erhard H. Kapilima and Henry A. Mollel (2014), Factors Affecting Compliance towards Prevention of Complications among Hypertensive Patients, Directorate of Research and Publications, Mzumbe University, Morogoro
  2. Loishooki S. Laizer and Henry A. Mollel (2014), Adherence to Use of Antiretrovirals among People Living With HIV and AIDS (PLWHA): A Case of Machame Hospital, Directorate of Research and Publications, Mzumbe University, Morogoro
  3. Gloria F. Mziray and Henry A. Mollel (2014), The effect of Supportive Supervision on Health Workers Knowledge, Skills and Attitudes in Health Centers and Dispensaries, Directorate of Research and Publications, Mzumbe University, Morogoro
  4. Henry A. Mollel and Igulu George (2006), An Assessment of the Health Management Information System in Public Health Care Facilities, A Case Study of Tanga Region, Directorate of Research and Publications, Mzumbe University

Book(s)

  1. Henry A. Mollel (2010), Participation for Local Development: The Reality of Decentralization in Tanzania, ASC African Studies Collection, Leiden
  2. Henry A. Mollel (2016), A Guide to Action Learning Sets for Managers in Health Centers and Dispensaries: Experience from Tanzania, Mzumbe University

Chapters in Books

  1. Henry A. Mollel, Intergovernmental Relations, in: Itika J., Ridder K. and Tollenaar A. (2011), Theories and Stories in Africa Public Administration, African Studies Centre, Leiden
  2. Henry A. Mollel and Albertjan Tollenaar, Supportive Supervision in Tanzania Health Sector, in: Winter H.B., Tollenaar, A. & Marseille A.T., (2014), Ridderorde: Beschouwinger over Bestuurlijke Organisatie Toezicht en Juridisering, Wolf Legal Publishers (WLP), Oisterwijk

Book:

  1. Management of the Regional Referral Hospital in Tanzania: Key Practice to Supervisors and Managers
  2. Decentralised local Governance in Tanzania: Theoretical and Experiential Reflections

Chapter in a book:

  1. Systems Thinking for Global Health: Community Systems Strengthening

Conference and Journal papers

  1. Pastoralists Participation in Local Governance in Tanzania: A Case of Masai Pastoralists in Kondoa, Tanzania
  2. Contextualizing the design of decentralization: Building on some insights from Tanzanian local government Authorities Making Decentralization Happen: Developing Agency in Local Leaders
  3. Vertical Program   on   Local   problems:   Experiences   with   the   National Sanitation  Campaign  for  Increasing  Coverage  of  Household  Toilet  and Utilization in Kiteto and Hanang Districts
  4. Action Learning Sets – a novel method to maintain supportive supervision competencies among Tanzanian facility supervisors post training

  1. Henry Mollel, and Lawrencia Mushi, Improving Maternal Newborn Health, HIV/AIDS services and HRH challenges in underserved areas: Experiences from Mkapa Fellows Program II, Presented in the International Conference of Business and Management in Emerging Markets, 19th-20th September 2017 www.icbmem.webs.com
  2. Henry Mollel and Pius Chaya, M-Learning Platform for Increasing Health Knowledge among Nurses in Tanzania: Design, Implementation and Approaches Applied, Presented in the International Conference of Business and Management in Emerging Markets, 19th-20th September 2017 icbmem.webs.com
  3. Henry Mollel and Venance Simkoko, Vertical Program on Local problems: Experiences of the National Sanitation Campaign for Increasing Coverage of Household Toilet and Utilization in Kiteto and Hanang Districts, Presented in the International Conference of Business and Management in Emerging Markets, 19th-20th September 2017 icbmem.webs.com
  4. Henry Mollel, and Eilish McAuliffe, Making decentralization happen: Developing agency in local health leaders, Presented in the “Third Global Symposium on Health Systems Research: Science and Practice of People- Centred Health Systems” held in Cape Town, South Africa from September 30, 2014 to October 3, 2014.
  5. Henry A. Mollel., Tavares Madede. Fred Lwila., Sergio R. Patricio and Eilish McAuliffe, Action Learning Sets: a novel method to maintain supportive supervision competencies among Tanzanian and Mozambican facility supervisors, Presented in the “Third Global Symposium on Health Systems Research: Science and Practice of People- Centred Health Systems” held in Cape Town, South Africa from September 30, 2014 to October 3, 2014.
  6. Tavares Madede, Susan Bradley, Mohsin Sidat and Henry Mollel, Efforts to improve human resource management in Tanzania and Mozambique – developing competency-based training in internal supportive supervision, Presented in the “Third Global Symposium on Health Systems Research: Science and Practice of People- Centred Health Systems” held in Cape Town, South Africa from September 30, 2014 to October 3, 2014.
  7. Henry A. mollel and Adija Kweka (2013), The Paradox of Human Resources Management in the Provision of Community Based Family Planning Services in Tanzania, Paper presented at, Tanzania National Family Planning Conference, October 9th-11th, held at  Mlimani City, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
  8. Henry A. Mollel and Honorati Masanja (2013), Exploring health worker perceptions and experiences of supportive supervision in Tanzanian health centers and dispensaries, accepted to be presented at 3rd National Quality Improvement Forum in Health November 26th -28th, to be held at Mlimani City, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
  9. Henry A. Mollel and Eutalia I.Temba (2000), The Role of Higher Learning Education: A Focus on Mwalimu J. K. Nyerere’s Contribution to Education in development Management, paper presented at Nyerere Day Conference, held at New Assembly Hall, Mzumbe, Tanzania

I, the undersigned, certify that to the best of my knowledge and belief, this CV correctly describes my qualifications, my experience, and myself. I understand that my wilful misstatement described herein may lead to disqualification or dismissal, if engaged.