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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.

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.

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.

The People’s President? Citizens’ assessment and expectations of the fifth phase government

A review of the public’s opinions on the early months of President Magufuli’s administration. Looking at which one of his actions are most popular and the criticism the government faces.

Signs of Recovery? Citizens' views on health service provision by the new government

Comparing citizen reports from 2015 and 2016, services appear to have improved in the health sector with less doctor absenteeism, cleaner facilities and better treatment from health facility staff.

What’s going on in our schools? Citizens’ views on recent developments in education

According to recent research; 1 out of 2 Kenyans claim they have heard about the changes taking place in education and 3 out of 10 think students should have an open forum to air their grievances.
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