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Twaweza in the News 2017

Across the three countries, radio remains the main platform on which Twaweza is covered the most.

Ugandans views on public primary schooling

In the opinion of Ugandans in this survey, teachers and head teachers appear to be performing their duties well: they are thought to be present in school and class and to assign and check homework.

How to find love for evidence-based communications

If your organisation has the interest and motivation to make your communications more effective, it’s time! At its core, adopting an evidence-based approach to communications is about challenging your organisation’s ideas and putting yourself out there, by asking questions and testing your assumptions to make your work stronger.

Learning note 13| A twist on performance theory

To understand better the mechanisms of how an individual-performance based initiative KiuFunza interacted with the school’s collective, we conducted in-depth qualitative research in the 10 schools participating in KiuFunza in the Mbozi district in Tanzania.

Twaweza in the news: Infusing media with data

Twaweza is infusing media content with data.Articles and broadcast clips that reference Twaweza are more likely to contain data than others on the same topics.

Feedback on curriculum analysis in Tanzania

For nearly all teachers this exercise was the first time they had a chance to speak openly in a group of peers not only about the curriculum, but also about their experiences with the current curriculum, their teaching practices and the challenges that they face.

Do the numbers add up? Use of the open data portal in Tanzania

Four in ten respondents (40%) said they were aware of the open data portal, though some (2%) only recognised it after a short explanation had been given to them.
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