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Tanzania in 2025: Are Tanzanians optimistic about the future?

More than half of citizens (54%) think their lives will be better in 2025. This is true among young and old, men and women, and rural and urban residents.

Monitoring Brief: Who’s watching, listening and reading in Uganda?

This monitoring brief gives a picture of TV viewership, Internet usage, radio listenership and newspaper readership among young people in Uganda.

Monitoring Brief: Monitoring Tazama and XYZ TV shows in Kenya

This monitoring brief provides a picture on how successful Tazama and XYZ TV shows have been in reaching ordinary Kenyans and the role they have played in informing their viewers.

Monitoring Brief: Are Ugandan parents involved in education matters?

This Monitoring Brief presents a summary of the findings of a survey in Uganda, looking at the involvement of parents in their children's education.

Tanzania towards 2015: citizen preferences and views on political leadership

One out of three citizens (33%) on Tanzania Mainland does not know who they will vote for in the upcoming presidential election. No single potential candidate is preferred by more than 15% of the voters.

Protecting the rights of everyone: citizens' views on disabilities

Almost half of citizens (46%) report to have witnessed discrimination in employment against people with disabilities. At the same time only two out of ten (17%) know of any organisations that give preferential treatment in terms of employing people with disabilities.

Let’s build one house! What Tanzanians think about the East African Community

Eight out of ten citizens (80%) think Tanzania should remain in the East African Community (EAC)and nine out of ten (85%) approve (or strongly approve) of greater integration with Kenya and Uganda in particular. Sauti za Wananchi findings on citizen views on regional integration.
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