Sauti za Wananchi

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Managing natural resources: what do citizens say?

A large majority of citizens believe that gas findings will provide a brighter future for themselves, their children and their country. At the same time many are concerned that the Government and the rich will benefit the most. Twaweza releases new findings about the management of natural resources.

Do health facilities work for people?

Only 1 out of 20 (6%) people over the age of sixty years and 1 out of 5 (18%) children under five years receive free treatment and care at health facilities as stipulated in policy. Twaweza release new findings about health facilities.

What do people really think of the constitution?

Debate at the Constituent Assembly has been polarised but Tanzanians are united in emphatic support for articles that call for greater accountability from public officials and a more transparent system of governance.

Money flows, water trickles

Although five times more money has been invested in the water sector per person between 1999 / 2000 and 2011 / 2012 - there has been no increase in access to water over the same period. Sauti za Wananchi releases this and other recent findings on water in Tanzania.

Are we safe?

Almost half (46%) of all Tanzanians report having witnessed violence in public in the last six months as compared with one out of five (20%) who report having had something stolen from them. These findings were released by Twaweza in a research brief titled Are we safe? Citizens report on the country’s state of security.

What does Kenya make of health?

Despite good progress in the Kenyan health sector over the past decade, many Kenyans still do have quality and affordable health care. This brief from Uwazi analyses data from customer satisfaction surveys to present five facts about health in Kenya.

Drafting the law of the land

Over a third (36%) of Tanzanians on the Mainland have participated in the constitutional review process through community meetings, SMS, interviews, letters and email. In addition, almost half of Mainland Tanzanians can explain what a constitution is.
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