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Let the lawyers manage themselves

As part of our commitment to promoting rule of law in Tanzania, Twaweza was invited to and submitted an analysis of proposed amendments to the law establishing Tanganyika Law Society (TLS - the Bar Association).

Evaluation of Twaweza 2015-18

As part of our commitment to continuous reflection and learning, an external evaluation of Twaweza took place between February and May 2019.

Closed for Holidays

Happy holidays!

Civic Space in Uganda: a review

A research report that reviews international and national documents to assess the state of civic space in Uganda.

Infusing Jumuiya (church groups) discussions with data

Over half of the respondents (55%) had heard of Twaweza prior to the follow-up call, while one out of three (31%) had heard of CSSC.

Are our children learning? Uwezo Tanzania learning assessment report 2019

New data from the Uwezo learning assessment confirm a steady improvement in Kiswahili literacy skills among children in Standards 3 and 7. At the same time, there has been a marked decline in English literacy and fluctuations in numeracy.

Tanzanian’s views on Twaweza and its products

One out of four Tanzanians (27%) have heard of Twaweza, and most of them understand what Twaweza does.
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