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Sub-national conversation and views on education in Kenya

Research has shown that heavy investment in inputs per se doesn’t guarantee better learning outcomes, and yet stakeholders cite the lack of or inadequacy of the resources pumped into the education system by the government as the main reason for low learning outcomes.

Sauti Za Wananchi Monthly Series | Priorities, politics and performance

Sauti za Wananchi is presenting the most recently available nationally representative data around Tanzanians’ political preferences.

Twaweza in 2016: the full story

We present here the full story of our work in 2016 in all its glory and with all the stumbles we took along the way, and the lessons we learned from both.

Twaweza Research and Evaluation Advisory Group 2017-18

We invite a selected group of researchers to join us in shaping Twaweza’s rich mix of design, implementation, evaluation and research by becoming members of the Research and Evaluation Advisory Group

Twaweza Audited Financial Statements 2016

Twaweza's financial statements are subjected to independent audit each year. Once approved by the Board, these are disclosed to the public.

Kenya’s Education Sector: How Basic?

Despite knowing all the challenges facing education, about half of Kenyans (47%) believe that the quality of public education have improved since it was made free.

Kenyans’ views on teachers

A majority of Kenyans think monetary incentives are the most effective in motivating teachers to attend school regularly, and also to teach as required.
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