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In solidarity | a declaration on civic space in East Africa

In September Twaweza was part of a group of civil society organisations form Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda which came together to discuss and commit to advance civic space in the three countries. This is our declaration.

Can public rankings improve school performance?

Can public rankings improve school performance? From the CfEE Annual Research Digest 2017-18: evidence from the developing world

Call for proposals: Images of inequality

The main objective of this work is to take photographs of inequalities in education in Dar es salaam and to travel to the nearest region to do the same and showcase the available inequalities.

Deep Dive: Shaping Learning Questions in a Funder Collaborative

How can a funder collaborative engage with evidence to improve grantmaking practice? The first step is to ask the right learning questions.

Citizens are hungry for information | Right to know day

Eight out of ten say information held by public authorities is a public resource (77%) and that citizens should be able to access information from government (78%).

Amendments to the Statistics Act | Our View

As a stakeholder in independent research and data collection, Twaweza has analysed the proposed revisions to the Statistics Act (2015). It is worth noting that elements of the amended act remain open to competing perspectives, depending on one’s vantage point. As one among several interested parties to this discussion, here is our take:

The Tanzania Teachers’ Professional Board Bill | Analysis

The idea of a Teachers’ Professional Board is an important step in terms of the further professionalization of teaching, bringing this sector in line with others.
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