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Job opportunities at Twaweza

Twaweza is expanding! Do you like what we stand for and what we do? Do you have a curiosity and passion to learn? Do you like to push the envelope, take thoughtful risks, innovate, get things done and make change happen in East Africa? We may be a match! To apply for any of these positions follow the instruction in each job description.

Are Our Children Learning? Uwezo Tanzania Sixth Learning Assessment Report

Among children aged 9 to 13, many are unable to complete Standard 2 work and the differences between districts are huge. Best district: Iringa Urban 74%, worst district: Sikonge 15%.

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.

Insights on public agency in education

Even though the system is seen to be failing its teachers, almost paradoxically the various actors cooperate to keep the status quo going.

Are we ready for August 8? Citizens’ views on politics and the elections

Citizens are evenly split on whether the upcoming elections will trigger violence: half (46%) say they will, while half (47%) say they will not.

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.

Primary teachers earn over 200 million shillings in performance-based bonuses

For teachers, performance-based pay communicates a clear signal that learning is the ultimate objective of schooling.
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