Sauti za Wananchi, Africa’s first nationally representative mobile phone survey is releasing the data collected so far. Sauti za Wananchi data have been collected in two phases: a baseline survey with household interviews, implemented in October – December 2012, among a sample of 2000 respondents from all regions of mainland Tanzania randomly selected to participate. During the household visits that made up the first phase, mobile phones and solar chargers were distributed to all those who agreed to become Sauti za Wananchi respondents. During the second phase, started in February 2013, these respondents are contacted monthly by a call centre. Baseline data can be downloaded through the Twaweza website (www.twaweza.org/sauti). Call centre data will be added shortly and then new call round data and reports will be added monthly.
Health Facility Data
Call Centre Data
Please note that data is released after it is launched by Twaweza.
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