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Insights on public agency in education

Even though the system is seen to be failing its teachers, almost paradoxically the various actors cooperate to keep the status quo going.

Appetite for accountability in Tanzania:Translating election-time signals into accountability values

Twaweza and MIT Gov/Lab worked together to play voting games with citizens in three regions and see what characteristics of candidates appeared to be the most important for voters.

Tanzania: Clean and Safe?

There have not been large changes in the level of access to water, particularly in rural areas, over the past ten years.

Clean and Safe? Water, sanitation and hygiene in Tanzania

There have not been large changes in the level of access to water, particularly in rural areas, over the past ten years.

Consultant needed: formative study for Sauti za Wananchi poll in Uganda

Can you help us to gather information that will improve our understanding of the opinion polling market, current perceptions and practices in Uganda?

Twaweza’s analysis on The Access to Information Act

There is no single killer clause. However, in combination, they represent a series of obstacles that make things difficult for those requesting information, and indeed for those in government who are minded to release information.

KiuFunza: Sending Money Directly to School Accounts in Tanzania: Using Experience to Inform Policy

There is a growing body of research that suggests these low levels of learning are driven in part by the limited accountability in the education system.
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