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Citizens are hungry for information | Right to know day

Eight out of ten say information held by public authorities is a public resource (77%) and that citizens should be able to access information from government (78%).

Tanzania is about to outlaw fact checking: here’s why that’s a problem

Statistics are society’s sensors. Independently collected, processed, disseminated and debated, they are vital to the health of a country.

A short statement from Twaweza

The Executive Director of Twaweza is not and has never been, a member of any political party in Tanzania.

Who is Twaweza?

Over the past few weeks, Twaweza and our work has been the subject of extensive public debate in Tanzania and beyond.

Call for submissions: mobile photo competition – Inequalities in Education

Twaweza is delighted to announce a photo competition on the theme of inequalities in education.

New trust fund focuses on government transparency, accountability and responsiveness

Civil society actors were previously disadvantaged by having fewer financial resources to deploy to this mission than our government partners. This fund helps to further level that playing field.

A short note on the letter from Costech to Twaweza

Twaweza did not circulate and is not involved in the circulation of this letter on social media. We respect our communication with all of our stakeholders.
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