McAlpine, K. (2021). Citizens 4 Change Social Return on Investment Forecast 2021

McAlpine, K. (2021). Tanzanian children’s experience of violence – Implications for practice and programming.

McAlpine, K., Dennis, R., & Semwene, J. (2021). Tanzanian students’ experience of safety and inclusion in school.

McAlpine, K. (2021). Applying Social norms theory to understand the collective action problem of violence against women and children.

McAlpine, K. (2021). Citizens 4 Change – Four Innovations

McAlpine, K. (2020). The Preconditions for Inclusive Development in Tanzania.

McAlpine, K. (2020). Qualitative Midline Evaluation of Tuwekeze Pamoja Early Childhood Development Project.

McAlpine, K. (2020). Impact Report 2019 – The Hygiene Bank.

McAlpine, K. (2020). Femina Hip: Social Return on Investment Report.

McAlpine, K. (2019). Reviewing the literature on Equality, Diversity & Inclusion.

McAlpine, K; Omesa, N. K; Mbise, A. (2019). Opportunities to mitigate risk and protect young children in urban settlements in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

McAlpine, K. (2019). What needs to occur for people to flourish in construction?

McAlpine, K. (2018). Aggregating the Results that Arise from SIDA’s Investment in Tanzanian Civil Society in 2018.

McAlpine, K. (2018). Aggregating the Results that Arise from SIDA’s Investment in Tanzanian Civil Society in 2017.

McAlpine, K., Kagucia Omesa, N., Semwene, J., & Mbise, A. (2018). A Twist on Performance Theory. How rewarding individual teachers may promote whole school improvement. Examining the effects of KiuFunza in Mbozi District, Tanzania. Twaweza,.

McAlpine, K., Omesa, N. K., Mkude, M., Mbise, A., & Semwene, J. (2018). Capacities and opportunities for protection of children within the Catholic Church & schools that can be leveraged to advance the protection of children.

McAlpine, K. (2017). Child Rights Governance Status Snapshots.

McAlpine, K., Lyatuu, E., & Kagucia, N. (2017). Child rights budgeting: Tanzania’s claim to value children is not reflected in the resources allocated to them.

McAlpine, K., Lyatuu, E., & Kagucia, N. (2017). Child participation: Children’s opinions are sought out, but not systematically acted upon.

McAlpine, K., Lyatuu, E., & Kagucia, N. (2017). The Law in regards to children’s rights in Tanzania.

McAlpine, K. (2017). A review of the literature on social accountability and good governance in Tanzania.

McAlpine, K. (2017). Child Rights Governance in Numbers.

McAlpine, K. (2017). Recommendations made by UNCRC, the Human Rights Working Group, and the Tanzania Child Rights Forum & the reported position of the Government of Tanzania.

McAlpine, K., & Omesa, N. K. (2017). A Qualitative Evaluation of the Impacts of a Program of Integrated Child Development in Tanzania.

McAlpine, K. (2017). CCR’s Impact 2015 – 2016.

McAlpine, K. (2017). Teacher absence in schools in Ilemela and Mvomero districts, Tanzania. Is it a problem and what needs to happen for communities to effect change?

McAlpine, K. (2017). Aggregating the results that arise from Sida’s investment in Tanzanian Civil Society in 2016.

Mcalpine, K., Lyatuu, E., & Kagucia, N. (2017). The situation of child rights governance in Tanzania and opportunities for action.

McAlpine, K. (2016). Consultations with Women, Children and Civil Society in Tanzania. Their Experience of Violence and Recommendations for Change. Save the Children in Tanzania, UNICEF, Caucus for Children’s Rights.

McAlpine, K. (2016). Aggregating the results that arise from Sida’s investment in Tanzanian Civil Society in 2015.

McAlpine, K. (2015). Legislation, responsibilities and procedures for protecting children in Tanzania: What does it mean for wanting to build safe schools?

McCandless, H., McAlpine, K., & Moledina, S. (2015). The experience of being a child in 2015 in Unga Limited ward, Arusha, Tanzania

McAlpine, K. (2014). Aggregating the results that arise from Sida’s investment in Tanzanian Civil Society in 2014.