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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.

Are Our Children Learning? Uwezo Tanzania Sixth Learning Assessment Report

Among children aged 9 to 13, many are unable to complete Standard 2 work and the differences between districts are huge. Best district: Iringa Urban 74%, worst district: Sikonge 15%.

Call for Proposals | Mixed-method research consultancy in governance in Tanzania

Twaweza is seeking to support independent research around Kigoma’s approach to improving governance, including but not limited to the OGP pilot. This Request for Proposals is for the independent research centered on the hypotheses and possible short- to medium-term outcomes.

Primary teachers earn over 200 million shillings in performance-based bonuses

For teachers, performance-based pay communicates a clear signal that learning is the ultimate objective of schooling.

Learning Outcomes: the measure of progress for Uganda’s education

Schooling, whether we like it or not, is not just about academic performance but it has an impact on the child’s social and emotional wellbeing and health and other aspects of his/her development

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.

Looking for Data to publish? Uwezo data are available for you

Looking for data to publish? Use data from Africa’s largest learning assessment.
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