Sauti za Wananchi

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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.

Pity versus power? Citizens’ views on people with disabilities

Research shows that 3 out of 4 Kenyans report that all children in their communities with disabilities are not in secondary school. Most Kenyans do not think that there are accessible services and facilities in the country.

Union Affairs: citizens’ views on recent developments in Zanzibar

A new research brief from Twaweza's Sauti za Wananchi; Union Affairs, covering mainland citizens' views on recent developments in Zanzibar.

How to run your own mobile phone survey

Sauti za Wananchi has changed the way in which data is collected and used in Tanzania and is now also in Kenya. Twaweza and the World Bank have produced a handbook on lessons, experiences and surprises in implementing mobile phone panel surveys.

#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.
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