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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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Searching for that elusive public agency

Twaweza is working to actualize the citizen state contract in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda.

Learning Note 11: Does going to school equal learning? Conversations about learning in ten districts in Tanzania

Views from the Learning, Monitoring and Evaluation unit at Twaweza regarding a recent qualitative study on the state of education and learning outcomes in Tanzania, among district-level decision makers.

The status of our healthcare sector: A citizen diagnosis

According to recent survey, almost all Kenyans think the health sector has problems. Half (47%) say it has major problems and the other half (45%) say the problems are minor.

Are we safe? Citizens’ views on safety and security in Kenya

Research shows that as elections draw near, 7 out of 10 citizens fear there might be violence during the 2017 General Elections; while 3 out of 10 are not worried about the possibility of violence.

Where the rubber hits the road: Sub-national conversations and views on education.

In an effort to better understand the production of education in districts and schools, Twaweza commissioned a qualitative study to explore the state of debate and communication about education in general.

Access to Information | Do Ugandans know?

In order to inform our work on freedom of information in Uganda, we sought to find out whether Ugandans know about the Freedom of Information Act which guarantees them the right to access information held by public institutions.

Democracy, dictatorship and demonstrations: What do citizens really think?

Citizens’ support for democracy and free expression is strong. Almost all citizens (95%) think that they should be free to criticize the government when they believe it has done something wrong. Seven out of ten citizens (69%) agree that democracy is their preferred form of government.
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