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This section contains all publications produced by Twaweza. It also includes some produced by our partners. To access the publication click on the download link below each title. To access a summary click on 'read more'. Many of these are pdfs of hard copy materials or powerpoint presentations so check file size before you download.

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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.

Going without? Household economics in Kenya

Kenya citizens estimate their daily needs at KES 99 per person yet 8 out of 10 citizens (81%) feel their income is insufficient to meet their household’s needs. Faced with these cash constraints, half (49%) of those affected tighten their expenditure to survive.

Learning note 12: Taking the Mystery out of Access to Information in Kenya

Does a fried drumstick from KFC taste the same in Boston, Dar es Salaam, and Nairobi? To control for taste, look, and feel of a product served around the world, franchise companies use “mystery shoppers” to assess brand consistency.

Listening to critical friends | Monitoring brief

Every year we spend some time taking a long hard look at what we have achieved and learned. Sometimes we ask others to help us do the same.

Opinion polls in Kenya | Are people listening?

Prior to the launch of Sauti za Wanananchi in Kenya, Twaweza carried out a study to examine the Kenyan polling market, and to establish the potential of Sauti za Wananachi as a platform for regular citizen feedback on critical emerging issues in Kenya.

Hunger Pangs: Food (in)security in Tanzania

In February, at least half of Tanzania’s households report that they worried about running out of food (69%); there was not enough food to feed all household members (51%), or a household member skipped a meal because they could not get food (50%).
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