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How are some children learning when most are not? Positive deviance in Uganda’s primary schools

Twaweza study has identified schools that are performing well despite having no extra access to resources or other privileges.

Women in Mwanga Kusini in Kigoma face rape and violence | #SasaBasi

Scores of women in Kigoma are living in fear since 2016 because of an organised crime phenomenon known as Teleza. Women, particularly those who live without men in their homes, are at risk of having their homes broken into by unknown men and then being raped or, if they resist, facing violent retaliation.

Uwezo at the CIES Conference in San Francisco

Uwezo is participating in the Annual Comparative and International Education Society conference in San Francisco under the theme of Education for Sustainability.

Walking the Line: Navigating Tanzania's Closing Civic Space

Tanzanian civil society organizations walk a tightrope in Tanzania’s increasing hostile political environment.

#MbungeLive | Bringing People Closer to Power

#MbungeLive: The 30-minute show focuses on the roles and responsibilities of MPs and how accountable each MP is for promises they made during the last 2015 General Elections.

ATTENTION: Beware of employment fraud

Twaweza never solicits money from job applicants. Beware of fraudsters promising to secure you a job at Uwezo or Twaweza.

Does water matter in learning?

As we celebrate the 2018 World Water Week, policy and decision makers, school administrators, CSOs communities and parents should advocate for government to increase investment for water and sanitation services in schools, making sure that all children go to a school with child-friendly water, sanitation and hygiene facilities.
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