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Tanzania: are our children learning?

While 100% of children in Standard 3 should be able to read basic English and Kiswahili stories, and do simple mathematics of class two level , a new citizen-led assessment report reveals that very few are able to do so.

Twaweza and Uwezo 2014 Audited Financial Statements

Twaweza's financial statements are subjected to independent audit each year. Once approved by the Board, these are disclosed to the public. Audited Financial Statements for 2014 for Twaweza and Uwezo programs can be found here.

The key to life? Citizens’ views on education

In this brief, we report citizens’ views on education, with a focus on the quality of secondary school education.

Twaweza Strategy 2015-2018

Twaweza is now beginning the second phase of our ten-year initiative, on the foundation of the rich lessons and experience from the initial years. We have learned much, and have made some significant changes, which we outline in this new strategy – covering 2015-2018.

Singing for change?

Can artists change people's views? Even their actions? Can we use concerts to convey serious messages or are they just for fun? This monitoring brief provides insight into a campaign focused on young Ugandans, the centre-piece of which was a series of concerts.

Learning by un-doing: the magic of immersion

Every year, the entire Twaweza team closes up shop and heads to different villages in one of the countries we work in. Why do we do this? And what do we learn?

Uganda: are our children learning?

A new study reveals that very few children in Primary 3 and higher are able to do basic reading and mathematics. In Primary 3, nine out of ten children (or 88%) are unable to both read and solve division at Primary 2 level, while in Primary 7, almost three out of ten pupils (or 26%) are unable to complete the same tasks.
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