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Into the light | Citizens and access to information in Kenya

Sauti za Wananchi provides new data on Kenyans' views on access to information.

Learning in mother tongues | JiElimishe

One of the reasons given for poor learning outcomes in Tanzania is the medium of instruction. Twaweza and the University of Dar es Salaam held a seminar on the role of our mothers' tongues in education.

Learning Note 10: How to find out what motivates people to vote when the outcome is all but certain? Applying the conjoint design to research around elections in Uganda

Outlining an innovative research conducted in Uganda, which used the conjoint methodology,to help evaluate Twaweza’s election-related initiatives, and also to conduct original, cutting-edge research into the often unstated reasons and motivations for how citizens vote.

Into the light: citizens and access to information

Citizens are supportive of access to information saying that government should have to justify newspaper bans in Court, that access to information would reduce corruption and that government can only restrict information that is vital to national security.

Learning Note 9: “They wait until the youths become miserable adults”: exploratory study on young people and elections in Uganda

Building on the exciting Twaweza – MIT collaboration in the context of the 2015 Tanzanian elections, which resulted in very rich formative and evaluative insights, we turned the research lens on Uganda, where the national election took place in February 2016.

Sauti za Wananchi launched in Kenya

Kenyans are overwhelmingly positive about devolution: 47% strongly agree and 35% agree with the statement ‘I support devolution in Kenya.’

Want to know if children are learning? A toolkit from Uwezo

A new toolkit from Uwezo summarizing the learning assessment processes in animated form.
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