Sauti za Wananchi

These are publications from Uwazi.

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#BungeLive | citizens' views on parliamentary broadcasts

The majority of citizens (79%) disapprove or strongly disapprove of the government’s decision to ban live television and radio coverage of Parliament.

International Albinism Awareness Day

To mark International Albinism Awareness Day, Twaweza collected data on Kenyans' perceptions of persons living with albinism through Sauti za Wananchi, Africa's first nationally representative mobile phone survey.

Into the light | Citizens and access to information in Kenya

Sauti za Wananchi provides new data on Kenyans' views on access to information.

Into the light: citizens and access to information

Citizens are supportive of access to information saying that government should have to justify newspaper bans in Court, that access to information would reduce corruption and that government can only restrict information that is vital to national security.

Sauti za Wananchi launched in Kenya

Kenyans are overwhelmingly positive about devolution: 47% strongly agree and 35% agree with the statement ‘I support devolution in Kenya.’

A new dawn? Citizens' views on new developments in education

Citizens are optimistic about the promise of free education: 9 out of 10 (88%) are confident it will be implemented on time and 3 out of 4 (76%) believe that providing education for free will improve quality.

Twaweza experiments with direct Capitation Grants and teacher Cash on Delivery

KiuFunza (thirst for learning) aims to examine the effectiveness of teacher cash on delivery / performance pay and/or capitation grants on learning outcomes.
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