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The price of treating malaria

A number of pharmacies in Dar es Salaam continue to sell anti-malaria medication at the wrong price for both children’s and adults’ doses, according to a new brief release by Youth Initiatives Tanzania in association with Twaweza.

Stock out or in stock?

Did you know that two out of five (41%) patients in Tanzania reports being unable to acquire the prescribed medicines at health facilities? Sauti za Wananchi, Africa's first nationally representative mobile phone survey, reports on access to medicine.

SIM Cards: A taxing issue

As debate continues about a recently introduced tax on all SIM cards in Tanzania, Sauti za Wananchi contributes the most recent nationally representative data on the issue.

Citizens, radios, noticeboards: Information demand and supply in Tanzania

How do Tanzanians primarily access information and of what type? Are citizens aware of politicians and policies? Do they want more information? Sauti za Wananchi provides the most recent nationally representative data on access to information.

Capitation grants in primary schools: a decade since their launch, is money reaching schools?

How much capitation grant do schools get? Do parents and head teachers know about the capitation grant and do they follow up on disbursements? Sauti za Wananchi provides the most recent nationally representative data on the capitation grant in Tanzania.

MPs in Tanzania: Did they perform?

An important question for any citizen is: how did my MP represent my interests in Parliament? One way to assess performance of MPs is to look at the number of interventions they make in Bunge. In this brief, Twaweza ranks MPs from most to least active.

First do no harm | Devolution in the health sector in Kenya

In Kenya a major process of devolution is underway. Health is perhaps one of the most important areas that will be devolved, where its success or lack thereof is likely to have serious implications for service delivery. This brief, produced by IBP in association with Twaweza, answers three key questions: Who is responsible for what? What costs what? Where does the money go? The brief discusses each one of these, and concludes with a set of concrete recommendations.
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