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Sauti za Wananchi

  
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Sauti za Wananchi (Voices of Citizens) uses mobile phones to regularly collect information from a broad cross-section of Tanzanian and Kenyan citizens. The initiative allows survey data to be gathered quickly and efficiently, at low cost, to inform citizens of what's going on and to support policy-makers to be more responsive to the needs and aspirations of citizens. More

Technical Paper | Methodology and Approach - Tanzania

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Managing natural resources

Four out of five citizens believe that oil and gas will benefit them, their children and the country. At the same time, four out of ten (37%) believe that people in Government and the rich will benefit the most. More than half of the population (55%) want some of the revenue from oil and gas to be given directly to citizens in cash.

Do health facilities work for people?

Only 1 out of 20 (6%) people over the age of sixty years and 1 out of 5 (18%) children under five years receive free treatment and care at health facilities. Policy states that outpatient services for these two groups are free but citizens report that they are still being charged. Twaweza releases new findings about health facilities.

What do people really think of the constitution?

Debate at the Constituent Assembly on the second draft of the constitution has been polarised but Tanzanians are united in emphatic support for articles that call for greater accountability from public officials and a more transparent system of governance.
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