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Has Uwezo influenced key actors in 2013? Evidence from Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda.

This monitoring brief summarises the findings from a qualitative assessment of the resonance and impact of the Uwezo data collection in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania.

Do public officials listen to the voices of citizens?

This monitoring brief presents evidence from a qualitative exercise looking at how key public figures and decisions-makers engage with the findings of Sauti za Wananchi surveys.

The Community Together: Observations from Immersion 2012

In March 2012 the Twaweza East Africa team, in conjuction with Daraja, did a week long immersion in Njombe, in the southern highlands of Tanzania. During our immersion, we saw communities working together to bring change to their lives. In the absence of specific services and facilities, the community works together with leadership from inspiring individuals to fill the gaps.

While it is impossible to neatly sum up or come to any definite conclusions about what we experienced, we have put together some observations from participants. View our presentation, The Community Together, to read of our observations on access to information, power, change, education, health and water.

Study: How parents recall the Uwezo assessment experience

This report presents results from the Lot Quality Assurance Sampling (LQAS) survey conducted by Twaweza on its Uwezo initiative in Uganda in 2013.

Learning Note 5: Citizen perspectives on politics — a qualitative study in context of national elections (part 1)

This post outlines the methodology we are using to understand citizens' relationship to politics and to ultimately assess the effectiveness of our current interventions around the 2015 general elections in Tanzania.

Musings from our immersion

In May 2013, the Twaweza East Africa team did a week long immersion in Central Kenya in three different districts alongside our partners from the Uwezo network. We came back with stories and anecdotes and a renewed sense of energy about our work as well as a host of lessons.

Learning Note 6: “Politicians all make the same promises”: Citizen perspectives on politics from a qualitative study (part 2)

As the national election date (25th October) approaches, the atmosphere is already charged and exciting. Here we present findings from a qualitative study on citizens attitudes to politics.
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