Tools

Transaid tools are the practical instruments that equip Transaid and our partners when implementing programmes. They have been developed out of the lessons that Transaid has learned over the years so that our experiences can be shared and lessons appropriated. Transaid tools should be a useful resource for implementers working in the transport and development sector as they are based upon our own implementing experiences and provide valuable technical support.


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A Manual for Motorcycle and Three-Wheeler Taxi Associations: Guidance on Setting-Up an Association and the Association’s Responsibilities to its Members

The findings, on which this manual is based, stem from the 2018 DfID-funded research carried out in Ghana, Tanzania, Uganda and Kenya on the use of motorcycle and three-wheeler taxis in rural contexts. A key recommendation,...

Instructor’s Manual for the Competency based Curriculum for Training Motorcycle and Tricycle Riders with emphasis on Motorcycle Taxi (Boda Boda) Riders

Motorcycle (boda boda) and motor tricycle (bajaji) taxis are an increasingly utilised form of commercial transport in both urban and rural Africa and beyond. With this new rise of commercial vehicles on the road, issues of...

Vehicle Logbook [Arabic version]

This Logbook is to be used to gather quantitative data to assist senior management to make informed decisions. Data gathered includes distance travelled via odometer readings, number of loading points, number of drivers...

H12. Emergency Transport Scheme user survey form

This tool is to be used to gather qualitative and quantitative data from users of an Emergency Transport Scheme. The tool gathers data such as costs, timings and information on health seeking behaviours to inform the...

Instructional Ability Assessment form

This tool is used to assess the instructional ability of the candidate at the beginning and at the end of training.  This tool is currently being used for our Professional Driver Training- Uganda project (PDT-U) which is...

H10. Emergency Transport Scheme – Health Condition Assessment tools

These tools are to be used to determine the effect of the use of a particular mode of transport has on the health status of women on arrival at a facility for maternal health care versus those arriving via other modes of...

H33. Emergency Transport Scheme Needs Assessment form [NURTW]

The assessment is a way to validate assumptions made during the programme design. It is also an opportunity to learn more about the area and anything which may influence the implementation of the programme Transaid launched...

H34. Emergency Transport Scheme Needs Assessment form [Women in the community]

This assessment is a way to validate assumptions made during the programme design. It is also an opportunity to learn more about the area, from the women who live there, and anything which may influence the implementation of...

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