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Appetite for accountability in Tanzania:Translating election-time signals into accountability values

Twaweza and MIT Gov/Lab worked together to play voting games with citizens in three regions and see what characteristics of candidates appeared to be the most important for voters.

Learning note 12: Taking the Mystery out of Access to Information in Kenya

Does a fried drumstick from KFC taste the same in Boston, Dar es Salaam, and Nairobi? To control for taste, look, and feel of a product served around the world, franchise companies use “mystery shoppers” to assess brand consistency.

Listening to critical friends | Monitoring brief

Every year we spend some time taking a long hard look at what we have achieved and learned. Sometimes we ask others to help us do the same.

Opinion polls in Kenya | Are people listening?

Prior to the launch of Sauti za Wanananchi in Kenya, Twaweza carried out a study to examine the Kenyan polling market, and to establish the potential of Sauti za Wananachi as a platform for regular citizen feedback on critical emerging issues in Kenya.

Twaweza Immersion 2016: Looking for Public Agency

Every year the whole of Twaweza closes up shop and the entire organization spends time immersed in communities in one of our three countries of operation. In 2016 we tried something different for our annual immersion.

Searching for that elusive public agency

Twaweza is working to actualize the citizen state contract in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda.

Learning Note 11: Does going to school equal learning? Conversations about learning in ten districts in Tanzania

Views from the Learning, Monitoring and Evaluation unit at Twaweza regarding a recent qualitative study on the state of education and learning outcomes in Tanzania, among district-level decision makers.
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