Contributor: Jane Shussa

Jane Shussa
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We, as representatives of civil society but also as parents, citizens and community members, are speaking out to defend the country’s young girls, and we ask the Government to listen.

Constitution, Devolution and Inclusion: Citizens’ views on governance in Kenya

Kenyan views on democracy and governance can be considered against the critical pillars of knowledge, freedoms, participation and inclusion, devolution, and trust.

The end of the beginning? Priorities, performance and politics in Tanzania

Seven out of ten citizens (71%) approve of the performance of President Magufuli since taking office. This is down from 96% in June 2016.

Infusing radio discussions with data | A Twaweza reflection

The quality checks of the radio programs revealed that vast majority (81%) of the programs did not follow the Twaweza discussion guidelines.

Twaweza Policy Manuals 2017

Twaweza operations are governed by policies which aim at enabling the application of fair, consistent, transparent and accountable governance and management.

Sub-national conversation and views on education in Kenya

Research has shown that heavy investment in inputs per se doesn’t guarantee better learning outcomes, and yet stakeholders cite the lack of or inadequacy of the resources pumped into the education system by the government as the main reason for low learning outcomes.

Sauti Za Wananchi Monthly Series | Priorities, politics and performance

Sauti za Wananchi is presenting the most recently available nationally representative data around Tanzanians’ political preferences.
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