TPP employs a model of integrated evidence-based research and development that leverages collaboration between Tanzanian and MSU researchers to expand knowledge while informing the practice of development. Faculty and students from all four partner universities participate in project development, evaluation, and publication of their work in articles, reports, and evaluations.
Articles featuring PSCD's work in community empowerment, education, human health, animal health, water access and safety, and food security, agriculture, and economic development.
TPP's Annual Reports detail TPP's activities in the areas of research, undergraduate and graduate studies, community development, as well as financial highlights.
Researchers have created and carried out several evaluations and studies in Milola and Naitolia as part of the Tanzanian Partnership Program.
The Tanzania Partnership Project has funded numerous research projects that inform and guide community development, education, and partnership activities.