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This section contains all publications produced by Twaweza. It also includes some produced by our partners. To access the publication click on the download link below each title. To access a summary click on 'read more'. Many of these are pdfs of hard copy materials or powerpoint presentations so check file size before you download.

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East African citizens' perceptions on refugees

In all three countries; Tanzania, Kenya and Uganda the majority of citizens still have little or no interaction with refugees, yet Ugandans play a critical role, both directly and indirectly, in determining the conditions of refugee asylum.

Clean and Safe? Ugandans’ experiences and opinions on affordable access to clean and safe water.

Three out of four Ugandans (74%) have access to an improved water source, meaning one that provides cleaner and safer water.

What did we do in 2017? | Annual Report

It is time to tell you what we have been doing with the time, talent and treasure that we were privileged to steward in 2017.

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.

Annual Plan 2018

Our plans for 2018: this final Annual Plan of the 2015‐2018 Strategy will see us pushing back against shrinking civic space.

On tap? Kenyans’ opinions and experiences of water, sanitation and hygiene

Rural households need on average 45 minutes to collect water, up from 37 minutes in 2016. For three out of ten households (30%), collecting water takes at least an hour and for one out of twenty households (5%) it takes at least three hours.

What’s going on in our schools? Kenyans’ opinions and experiences of the education sector

8 out of 10 citizens (81%) think that they have a role to play in improving the quality of education in the country. And in some ways they are actively fulfilling their obligations: 8 out of 10 citizens visit their children’s school and discuss learning with teachers at least once a term.
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