Joseph Nondi was awarded a Master of Science in Epidemiology and Applied Biostatistics from Kilimanjaro Christian Medical College in 2013, and his Masters thesis used the Tanzanian Care and Treatment Clinic data from Mwanza region to assess time from enrolment to ART initiation among adults. He used complex competing risks methods to take account of persons who die before initiation of ART.
Escor Tweve an MPH student at Kilimanjaro Christian Medical University college in 2013/14 used data from the CTC database in Dodoma to undertake his Masters project. His analysis showed that mortality and losses to follow up have reduced over the four years from 2010 to 2014. His work is published in Tropical Medicine and International Health.
Asungushe Kayombo obtained a scholarship from EDCTP to study the MSc in Epidemiology and Applied Biostatistics in KCMU college 2014/16. His research project is on access to care and treatment and retention on ART in Kagera region.