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What’s going on in our schools? Kenyans’ opinions and experiences of the education sector

8 out of 10 citizens (81%) think that they have a role to play in improving the quality of education in the country. And in some ways they are actively fulfilling their obligations: 8 out of 10 citizens visit their children’s school and discuss learning with teachers at least once a term.

For free or fees? Tanzanians’ experiences and preferences on schooling

Very few parents appear concerned with low school fees (6%) and distance to schools (18%) when choosing secondary schools. Instead, the majority of parents report being influenced by secondary school exam pass marks and teacher motivation (both at 72%).

Twaweza Audited Financial Statements 2017

Twaweza's financial statements are subjected to independent audit each year. Once approved by the Board, these are disclosed to the public

Frankly speaking: Ugandans’ opinions and experiences of information and the media

7 out of 10 think that radio and television stations should be free to produce their own news programs (68%); and a similar number (72%) think that the news media should investigate and report on government mistakes and corruption.

Uwezo Learning Assessment adapted to Refugee contexts 2017

Uwezo Uganda piloted the Uwezo Learning Assessment in four refugee hosting districts of Adjumani, Arua, Isingiro and Yumbe and generated data on learning outcomes (literacy and numeracy) in both refugee and non-refugee settlements in these areas.

Not to that extent? Tanzanians’ views on information and public debate

The majority of citizens do not feel free to criticise the President (60%), the Vice President (54%) and the Prime Minister (51%). Close to half also do not feel free to criticise Ministers (47%), Regional Commissioners (46%) and District Commissioners (43%).

Learning note 13| A twist on performance theory

To understand better the mechanisms of how an individual-performance based initiative KiuFunza interacted with the school’s collective, we conducted in-depth qualitative research in the 10 schools participating in KiuFunza in the Mbozi district in Tanzania.
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