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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.

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%).

Money Matters: Citizens and financial inclusion in Kenya

A report that shows what Kenyan citizens think about the use of various financial service; banking, insurance, credit and mobile money.

Money Matters: Citizens and financial inclusion in Tanzania

Citizens' views on the use of mobile money and other financial services in general, in relation to the government's target of achieving financial inclusion for 2016 and 2017.

Citizens' views on media freedoms

As the new Media Services Act is signed into law, Twaweza collated citizens' views on democracy, media and free expression in Tanzania.

Reality Check: Citizens’ views on education in a fee free era

Views of citizens about the state of education in Tanzania over the last one year; given that the current government has focused on improving the quality of education by providing desks, fee-free education and capitation grants that are sent directly to schools.

The roots of radicalization: Citizens’ views on the causes and solutions for insecurity in Kenya

A report that shows what Kenyan citizens think about radical groups; their suggestions on how to manage radicalism and if they think the Kenya Defense Forces should return home.
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