This section contains all publications produced by Twaweza. It also includes some produced by our partners. To access the publication click on the download link below each title. To access a summary click on 'read more'. Many of these are pdfs of hard copy materials or powerpoint presentations so check file size before you download.

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Guardians of Accountability: Citizen knowledge and opinions regarding oversight bodies

Seven out of ten citizens (69%) see the type of corruption uncovered in the Controller and Auditor General’s (CAG) annual report as a loss of their (the people’s) money. Sauti za Wananchi presents the most recent national data on citizen perceptions of financial oversight bodies.

Have you ever seen a Tamasha booklet?

Twaweza produced six million booklets on citizen monitoring of health, water and education. These were distributed to schools across the country. This monitoring briefs presents data on whether schools confirm receiving the booklets and whether they were liked and used.

Do young people act to make a difference?

In this monitoring brief, we explore young people's sense of self-efficacy and whether they have ever acted to make a difference in their communities.

Kingo Magazine | Is humour effective in educating the public?

Twaweza partnered with Kingo Magazine to produce and distribute six issues of the magazine to approximately 1.5 million readers. This monitoring brief presents citizens' views on the magazine.

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.
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