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Half empty or half full? Citizens’ views on accessing clean water

Just over one out of three citizens (36%) has access to piped water. The majority of citizens rely on either wells (35%) or surface water (18%), which are generally less hygienic sources.

Learning Note 7: What’s all the buzz about learning in T&A?

And other reflections from the TALearn workshop, Rio, 11-13 November, 2105

Let the people speak | Citizens' views on political leadership

Citizens' views on political leadership based on the most recent nationally representative data available.

Learning Note 6: “Politicians all make the same promises”: Citizen perspectives on politics from a qualitative study (part 2)

As the national election date (25th October) approaches, the atmosphere is already charged and exciting. Here we present findings from a qualitative study on citizens attitudes to politics.

Learning Note 5: Citizen perspectives on politics — a qualitative study in context of national elections (part 1)

This post outlines the methodology we are using to understand citizens' relationship to politics and to ultimately assess the effectiveness of our current interventions around the 2015 general elections in Tanzania.

Do they know? Data on voter knowledge

Almost half of all citizens (46%) report that policies are most important determining their choice of President. No other issue was nearly as important: the next most popular criteria was morality and ethics, mentioned by 17% of citizens.

Great expectations: Citizens' views about the gas sector

Citizens are significantly misinformed about the potential of the country’s gas deposits. Almost 2 out of 10 (or 17%) think that they will be employed in the sector.
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