Mackfallen G. Anasel

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Mackfallen G. Anasel is a lecturer at the Department of Health Systems Management at Mzumbe University, Morogoro, Tanzania. He teaches Quantitative and Qualitative Research Methodology in Monitoring and Evaluation, Introduction to Biostatistics, and Research Methods in Health Systems Management. He holds a Bachelor of Public Administration-Health Systems Management from Mzumbe University and a Master of Science in Population Studies from Groningen University, the Netherlands. He is currently pursuing his PhD in the department of Demography, faculty of Special Science, Groningen University, the Netherlands. His research interests include reproductive and child health, and family planning programmes, and his recent publications include:

  1. The Qualitative-Quantitative ‘Disparities’ in Social Science Research: What Does Qualitative Comparative Analysis (CQA) Brings in to Bridge the Gap?
  2. Determinants of contraceptive use among married women in Tanzania: policy implication.
  3. Achievements and Challenges of women special seats arrangement in Tanzania:

Sex: Male
Born: 1974
Nationality: Tanzanian
Working Address: P.o. Box 5221, Morogoro, Tanzania
Mobile: +255 784 705072
Email: mganasel@mzumbe.ac.tz

Mackfallen G. Anasel (PhD) is a lecturer at the Department of Health Systems Management Mzumbe University, Morogoro, Tanzania. He has more than five (5) years teaching experience in Quantitative and Qualitative research methodology in Monitoring and Evaluation; Introduction to Biostatistics; research methods in Health Systems Management and Public Policy Research and Analysis. His research interests included Policy implementation and analysis; and Reproductive and Child Health. He holds a Bachelor degree on Public Administration-Health Systems Management from Mzumbe University; a Master of Science in Population Studies from Groningen University, the Netherlands and a PhD on Demography from Groningen University, the Netherlands.

  1. Lecturer Mzumbe University
  2. Assistant Lecturer Mzumbe University
  3. Tutorial Assistant at Mzumbe University
  4. Administrative experience as Health secretary at Sokoine University of Agriculture
  5. Dynamic, articulate, analytical and result oriented.
  6. Three years of clinical practice in medicine, two years post studying and one years during studying
  7. Aware of the Tanzania health systems, different health policies as well as competent in district-level planning of health services.
  8. Capable of using three analytical software for analysing quantitative and qualitative data that is SPPS, STATA and Atlas.ti

  1. PhD in Demography (2017), Groningen University The Netherlands
  2. Master of Science in Population Studies (2010), Groningen University The Netherlands.
  3. Bachelor of Public Administration (Health Services Management), 2007, Mzumbe University Morogoro.
  4. Diploma in Clinical Medicine, 2003, Mtwara Training Centre.
  5. Certificate of advanced level of secondary education, Same high school, Kilimanjaro
  6. Certificate of ordinary level of secondary education, Kibaha Secondary School, Coast Region.

As A lecturer- 2008 to Date

  1. Conducting lectures especially, qualitative study design and analysis, quantitative study design and analysis, introduction to Biostatics and research methods
  2. Conduct seminars
  3. Undertake individual research
  4. Participate in bigger multi-disciplinary research projects
  5. Preparing manuals and case studies for training
  6. Provide close supervision and guidance to students
  7. Manage undergraduate programmes with the assistance of committee
  8. Work on consultancy projects and be responsible for guidance and coaching

As health secretary, Sokoine University of Agriculture – Health Services Department

As a Health secretary I was in the same line with Medical Officer in charge in managing all the matter pertaining to health services. These include administrative, curative and preventive services.
Specific responsibilities

  1. Prepare budget for the health services at university level
  2. Staff management and solving all matter arising from misconduct and misbehaviour at the health department
  3. Management of procurements and logistics
  4. Supervising and organizing all meeting in health department and daily clinical meetings for staff at the hospital.

As Clinical Officer, 2002-2008; working at Morogoro Regional Referral Hospital Surgical Department.

  1. Attending patients in the wards and outpatients
  2. Performing minor and major operations such as surgical toilet, suturing of cut wounds, incision and drainage, incision biopsy, herniorrhaphy, hydrocelectomy, as well as management of patients in clinics

Data collector and Supervisor of group collecting data for “Antiretroviral Therapy & Prevention of Mother-to-Child Transmission Rapid Data Quality Assessment” sponsored by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) from June – August 2017

  1. The use of Monitoring and Evaluation for Quality and Programme Improvement in Health Sector. This was conducted through the collaboration between Mzumbe University (MU); Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children (MoHCDGEC) and University of California San Francisco (UCSF), United States of America, 28 September – October 2, 2015. Course was held in Nashera Hotel- Morogoro. (As main Instructor).
  2. The use of Monitoring and Evaluation for Quality and Programme Improvement in Health Sector. This was conducted through the collaboration between Mzumbe University (MU); Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children (MoHCDGEC) and University of California San Francisco (UCSF), United States of America, 28 December 7 – 11, 2015. Course was held in Nashera Hotel- Morogoro. (As main Instructor).
  3. The use of Monitoring and Evaluation for Quality and Programme Improvement in Health Sector. This was conducted through the collaboration between Mzumbe University (MU); Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children (MoHCDGEC) and University of California San Francisco (UCSF), United States July 11 – 15, 2016. Course was held in Nashera Hotel- Morogoro. (As main Instructor).
  4. The use of Monitoring and Evaluation for Quality and Programme Improvement in Health Sector. This was conducted through the collaboration between Mzumbe University (MU); Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children (MoHCDGEC) and University of California San Francisco (UCSF), United States of America, September 12 – 16, 2016. Course was held in Nashera Hotel- Morogoro. (As main Instructor).
  5. The use of Monitoring and Evaluation for Quality and Programme Improvement in Health Sector. This was conducted through the collaboration between Mzumbe University (MU); Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children (MoHCDGEC) and University of California San Francisco (UCSF), United States of America, 27 February – March 3, 2017. Course was held in Nashera Hotel- Morogoro. (As main Instructor).
  6. Data Management and Analysis in the Health Sector. This was conducted through the collaboration between Mzumbe University (MU); Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children (MoHCDGEC) and University of California San Francisco (UCSF), United States of America, March 6 – 10, 2017. Course was held in Nashera Hotel- Morogoro. (As main Instructor).
  7. The use of Monitoring and Evaluation for Quality and Programme Improvement in Health Sector. This course was organized by Centre of Excellence in Health Monitoring and Evaluation http://coehme.mzumbe.ac.tz/ Mzumbe University (MU) September 4 – 8, 2017. Course was held in Edema Hotel- Morogoro. (As main Instructor).
  8. Data Management and Analysis in the Health Sector. This course was organized by Centre of Excellence in Health Monitoring and Evaluation http://coehme.mzumbe.ac.tz/ Mzumbe University (MU) September 11 – 15, 2017. Course was held in Edema Hotel- Morogoro. (As main Instructor).

  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. Qualitative data analysis camp: Advance course in coding and memoing using Atlas.ti, University of North Caroline Chapel Hill, United States of America, 10 -15 November, 2013.
  3. Qualitative data analysis, Essex Summer School in Social Science Data Analysis and Collection, University of Essex, United Kingdom, June 2012.
  4. Social Network Analysis: Theories and Applications, Essex Summer School in Social Science Data Analysis and Collection, University of Essex, July, 2012.

  1. Anasel, M. G. (2017). Family planning programme implementation: Differences in Contraceptive Prevalence Rates across Local Government Authorities in Tanzania, Vakgroep Bestuursrecht & Bestuurskunde Groningen http://www.rug.nl/research/portal/files/40480908/Complete_thesis.pdf.
  2. Anasel, M. G., & Mlinga, U. J. (2014). Determinants of contraceptive use among married women in Tanzania: Policy implication. Etude de la Population Africaine, 28(2), 976.
  3. http://aps.journals.ac.za/pub/article/view/550/452Masue, O. S., Swai, I. L., & Anasel, M. G. (2013). The Qualitative-Quantitative ‘Disparities’ in Social Science Research: What Does Qualitative Comparative Analysis (QCA) Brings in to Bridge the Gap? Asian Social Science, 9(10), p211.
  4. http://www.ccsenet.org/journal/index.php/ass/article/view/29421Swai, I. L., Masue, O. S., & Anasel, M. G. (2013), Achievements and Challenges of women special seats arrangement in Tanzania, Journal of Policy and Leadership, 2 (1): 121-135. https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Orest_Masue/publication/259150061_Achievements_and_Challenges_of_women_special_seats_arrangement_in_Tanzania/links/02e7e52a0efe33e832000000.pdf

  1. Variation in the Contraceptives Prevalence Rates in Tanzania: Multilevel analysis of individual and regional determinants
  2. Conducting social science research in developing countries: Cases from selected field work experiences in Tanzania
  3. Designing and Managing public private partnership in water sector in big cities in developing world; A chapter in the book.
  4. Family planning in Tanzania: A review of the empirical published literature 1970s-2012..
  5. Policy and Program documents analysis: Analysis of the existing family planning issues and intended outcome in Policy and program Document.
  6. Modelling policy and programme implementation: a case of family planning programme.
  7. Data collection for Health Care Decision making: can the use of Participatory Action Research (PAR) add value?
  8. Uses of data in planning process at LGAs: Stories from Council Health Management Team (CHMTs).

  1. Variation in the Contraceptives Prevalence Rates in Tanzania: Multilevel analysis of individual and regional determinants presented at the National Family Planning Conference “Local Solutions to Local Problems: Advancing the Evidence-Base for Repositioning Family Planning in Tanzania”, organized by the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare of Tanzania, in collaboration with implementing partners of the National Family Planning Working Group, October 9-11, 2013, Dar-es-salaam, Tanzania.
  2. Policy and Program documents analysis: Analysis of the existing family planning issues and intended outcome in Policy and program Document presented at the International Conference of Business and Management in Emerging Markets ICBMEM, organized by Mzumbe University School of Business (SOB); Mzumbe University Dar es salaam Campus College (MUDCC); Nelson Mandela African Institute of Science and Technology, September 19-20th, 2017-Arusha, Tanzania
  3. Modelling policy and programme implementation: a case of family planning programme presented at the International Conference of Business and Management in Emerging Markets ICBMEM, organized by Mzumbe University School of Business (SOB); Mzumbe University Dar es salaam Campus College (MUDCC); Nelson Mandela African Institute of Science and Technology, September 19-20th, 2017-Arusha, Tanzania
  4. Data collection for Health Care Decision making: can the use of Participatory Action Research (PAR) add value? Presented at First Annual Monitoring & Evaluation Best Practice Conference organized by Centre of Excellence in Health Monitoring and Evaluation http://coehme.mzumbe.ac.tz/conference/ from Mzumbe University, December 11-15, 2017 – Dar es Salaam Tanzania.
  5. Uses of data in planning process at LGAs: Stories from Council Health Management Team (CHMTs). Presented at First Annual Monitoring & Evaluation Best Practice Conference organized by Centre of Excellence in Health Monitoring and Evaluation http://coehme.mzumbe.ac.tz/conference/ from Mzumbe University, December 11-15, 2017 – Dar es Salaam 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.