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Infusing radio discussions with data | A Twaweza reflection

The quality checks of the radio programs revealed that vast majority (81%) of the programs did not follow the Twaweza discussion guidelines.

Twaweza Research and Evaluation Advisory Group 2017-18

We invite a selected group of researchers to join us in shaping Twaweza’s rich mix of design, implementation, evaluation and research by becoming members of the Research and Evaluation Advisory Group

Kenyans’ views on teachers

A majority of Kenyans think monetary incentives are the most effective in motivating teachers to attend school regularly, and also to teach as required.

Are parents in Kenya engaged in schools?

Only 3 out of 10 Kenyans with children in primary school are interested in following up on whether teachers are present or absent in school.

Twaweza in the News 2016

Media monitoring is an essential component of tracking our own resonance in the media, as well as monitoring of public discourse in the areas of governance and education.

A missed opportunity | The (un)availability of information on government websites

The internet offers an unparalleled opportunity to governments and others to make a wide range of information – and potentially other services – available to the public.

Citizens and access to information in Uganda

Less than half Ugandans believe they currently have influence over local government decisions or over local services.
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