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The untouchables? Tanzanians’ experiences and views of corruption

The only sector in which reports of bribe requests have remained the same is in job-seeking, 34% were asked for a bribe by an employer in 2014 while 36% were in 2017.

Unfinished business? Tanzanians’ views on the stalled constitutional review process

A full 2 out of 3 Tanzanians (67%) think that it is important for the country to get a new constitution. Over half of citizens (56%) think that the final draft Constitution should be voted on in a public referendum.

Is government closer to the people? Kenyan views on devolution

When it comes to both national and county governments, only 1 in 10 citizens think their opinions are considered in decision making to a large extent.

Health Check: A citizen diagnosis of health sector challenges

When it comes to the availability of doctors and the cost of services, progress is mixed. There was a sharp drop in citizens complaining about these issues between 2015 and 2016, but in 2017 the numbers are again rising.

Safety First? Security, policing and justice in Tanzania

One out of two citizens (53%) say the security situation in their neighbourhood has improved over the past year, 37% say it has stayed the same while 10% think it has gotten worse.

Enriching public and policy discourse in Kenya, one poll at a time

Sauti za Wananchi in Kenya helps government understand citizen views and public perception of service delivery.

Constitution, Devolution and Inclusion: Citizens’ views on governance in Kenya

Kenyan views on democracy and governance can be considered against the critical pillars of knowledge, freedoms, participation and inclusion, devolution, and trust.
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