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Sauti Za Wananchi Monthly Series | Security, policing and justice in Tanzania

Sauti za Wananchi presents the most recently available nationally representative data around Tanzanians’ views on security, policing and Justice.

Feedback on curriculum analysis in Tanzania

For nearly all teachers this exercise was the first time they had a chance to speak openly in a group of peers not only about the curriculum, but also about their experiences with the current curriculum, their teaching practices and the challenges that they face.

Do the numbers add up? Use of the open data portal in Tanzania

Four in ten respondents (40%) said they were aware of the open data portal, though some (2%) only recognised it after a short explanation had been given to them.

Constitution, Devolution and Inclusion: Citizens’ views on governance in Kenya

Kenyan views on democracy and governance can be considered against the critical pillars of knowledge, freedoms, participation and inclusion, devolution, and trust.

Kenya’s Education Sector: How Basic?

This brief presents data on citizens’ views on education matters. What do they see as the most serious problems facing the education sector at this moment, and how has this changed compared to previous years?

Spotlight on Sustainable Development | 2017 report

Twaweza's Aidan Eyakuze contributed a piece to the 2017 edition of the Reflection Group on the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development's Spotlight Report. This year's report is about privatization, partnerships, corporate capture and their impact on sustainability and inequality.

What Makes a Curriculum Effective in Promoting Children’s Learning? | Concept Note

In East Africa, Uwezo assessment tests over the past five years show that only a small proportion of children attending schools are able to meaningfully master the basic learning milestones in literacy and numeracy. Twaweza is working to find out whether the curriculum is partly responsible for the current learning crisis.
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