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Is Policy Practiced? Stories from 9 Villages

On our 2009 Immersion in Tanzania's Lake District, Twaweza staff had these questions in mind: Do public funds reach people? Do services work for the poor? Does governance solve problems? How do people su(th)rvive? View the presentation 'Is Policy Practiced?' for stories of Twaweza's first Immersion experience that continues to challenge and inform our thinking.

Hivos-Tanzania Twaweza 2010 Audited Financial Statement

Hivos-Tanzania Twaweza Initiative 2010 Audited Financial Statement.

Twaweza: Fostering an ecosystem of change through citizen agency and public accountability

'Fostering an ecosystem of change through citizen agency and public accountability' is the Twaweza Strategy in a nutshell. The presentation speaks of our goals and ambitions for the organization. At the centre of our work is the idea that it is citizens themselves who drive change.

Getting education right in Tanzania

This presentation, entitled 'More fumbling at the margins or a strategic break?' was given to the Tanzania Education Donor Group in late 2008. Twaweza Head Rakesh Rajani examined the official story vs. the lived reality of the state of education in the country.

The great degree goose chase... to nowhere

If Martians were flying over Tanzania, what would they see? In the education sector they'd see lots of new classrooms packed with lots of students who cannot read or write. This presentation critically examines the state of the country's education system in 2008.

How CSOs Get it Wrong and What We Should Do Instead

Not all the time do non-governmental organisations have the right recipe for development. Sometimes they repeat the mistakes governments do, albeit in a different way. Self criticism is therefore important in order for CSOs to stay focused.

Twaweza Annual Report 2010

This report provides an account of the main achievements, gaps and lessons of the Twaweza
initiative in 2010. It is not a comprehensive assessment of all our work; only major areas are covered
and many smaller activities are omitted for reasons of space and clarity. The structure of the report
generally follows, with some exception for reasons of readability, the order of our Annual Plan 2010.
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