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Safety First? Security, policing and justice in Tanzania

One out of two citizens (53%) say the security situation in their neighbourhood has improved over the past year, 37% say it has stayed the same while 10% think it has gotten worse.

Enriching public and policy discourse in Kenya, one poll at a time

Sauti za Wananchi in Kenya helps government understand citizen views and public perception of service delivery.

Constitution, Devolution and Inclusion: Citizens’ views on governance in Kenya

Kenyan views on democracy and governance can be considered against the critical pillars of knowledge, freedoms, participation and inclusion, devolution, and trust.

The end of the beginning? Priorities, performance and politics in Tanzania

Seven out of ten citizens (71%) approve of the performance of President Magufuli since taking office. This is down from 96% in June 2016.

Kenya’s Education Sector: How Basic?

Despite knowing all the challenges facing education, about half of Kenyans (47%) believe that the quality of public education have improved since it was made free.

Half empty or half full? Water, sanitation and hygiene in Kenya

Access to water is improving in rural areas but declining in urban locations. At the same time, one in four rural Kenyans spend an hour or more collecting water.

Clean and Safe? Water, sanitation and hygiene in Tanzania

There have not been large changes in the level of access to water, particularly in rural areas, over the past ten years.
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