Contributor: Jane Shussa

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The untouchables? Tanzanians’ experiences and views of corruption

The only sector in which reports of bribe requests have remained the same is in job-seeking, 34% were asked for a bribe by an employer in 2014 while 36% were in 2017.

Twaweza Research & Evaluation Advisory Group at work

Twaweza presents itself as an organization with a coherent agenda, and an honest assessment of its strengths and successes. It is addressing challenging areas and development problems in which “solutions” and “impact” may be slow to register.

An exit that clashes with Tanzanians’ aspirations

The government of Tanzania’s recently announced, unilateral decision to withdraw from the Open Government Partnership (OGP) is disappointing, but not surprising. The recent evolution in the domestic political climate meant that it had probably become inevitable.

#DemokrasiaYetu | an open discussion on civic space in Tanzania

Although conversation alone is not enough to bring change, it can create shared understandings and common ground.

Njoo Tuongee: bringing Ministers and citizens together

In our first episode which will be aired today, November 3, 2017, at 630 pm at StarTv where we will be with Hon. January Makamba – Minister of State in the Vice President’s Office for Union Affairs and Environment.

Call for Submissions: Art Competition - Art and Democracy

Twaweza and Nafasi Art Space are pleased to announce a Visual Art Competition and Exhibition on the theme of art, democracy and civic space.

Tanzania: Unfinished Business?

Tanzanians' views on the stalled constitution-making process. Citizens are divided on some accountability measures including stopping foreign bank accounts for leaders and civil servants (54% in support), term limits for MPs (52% in support) and having transparency and accountability as part of the core set of national values (48% support).
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