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Reality Check: Citizens’ views on education in a fee free era

Views of citizens about the state of education in Tanzania over the last one year; given that the current government has focused on improving the quality of education by providing desks, fee-free education and capitation grants that are sent directly to schools.

The Roots of Radicalization

Looking at what Kenyan citizens think about radical groups; their suggestions on how to manage radicalism and if they think the Kenya Defense Forces should return home.

The roots of radicalization: Citizens’ views on the causes and solutions for insecurity in Kenya

A report that shows what Kenyan citizens think about radical groups; their suggestions on how to manage radicalism and if they think the Kenya Defense Forces should return home.

Media Service Bill Analysis: Undermining President Magufuli's fight on corruption

Aidan Eyakuze, looking at the year that President Magufuli has been in office, explains how the media services bill will make it difficult for his one major tool to fight corruption, the media, to operate in full force.

Media Service Bill Analysis: A step backwards for free and independent media

Aidan Eyakuze refers to the quote by Thomas Jefferson in analysing the media services bill. "Were it left to me to decide whether we should have a government without newspapers or newspapers without a government, I should not hesitate a moment to prefer the latter."

Learning Note 11: Does going to school equal learning? Conversations about learning in ten districts in Tanzania

Views from the Learning, Monitoring and Evaluation unit at Twaweza regarding a recent qualitative study on the state of education and learning outcomes in Tanzania, among district-level decision makers.

The status of our healthcare sector: A citizen diagnosis

According to recent survey, almost all Kenyans think the health sector has problems. Half (47%) say it has major problems and the other half (45%) say the problems are minor.
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