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Are our children learning? The status of education in Uganda in 2015

This report is based on data from the fifth Uwezo assessment that was carried out in 2014 and a review of available evidence. The data were collected from a nationally representative sample of 28 districts in Uganda.

Are Our Children Learning? Uwezo Kenya Sixth Learning Assessment Report

Uwezo Kenya released its sixth annual learning assessment report, presenting findings from a national assessment of 130,653 children's literacy and numeracy skills.


Twaweza in the news | Democracy, dictatorship and demonstrations

A summary of the media coverage that Twaweza's Sauti za Wananchi received after launching a research brief on Democracy, Dictatorship and Demonstrations

Twaweza in the news | September 2016

A brief look at the media coverage that Twaweza's Sauti za Wananchi received after launching a research brief on Government Performance.

Are Our Children Learning? Uwezo Uganda Sixth Learning Assessment Report

Uwezo Uganda 2015 annual learning assessment report; Uwezo finds that basic learning is related to household and schooling factors including wealth, pre-primary attendance, type of education and location.

Talking education in Mkuranga, Pwani

Uwezo at Twaweza is seeking to entrench the conversation about children's learning at local levels. During 2015 and 2016 we embarked on our program of local events to share the evidence and generate debate. In mid-June the team was in Mkuranga.

Are our children learning? Literacy and numeracy across East Africa

This report presents data collected in Kenya in February 2013, in Tanzania in May-June 2013 and in Uganda in July 2013. The assessment was conducted in 366 districts across East Africa.
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