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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Uwezo Strategy Update: Improving Learning Outcomes in East Africa 2009-2013

Uwezo is at the midway point of its first four year (2009-2013) program cycle. A tremendous amount has been
achieved, and lessons learned. This document is an updated version of the original four year strategy and
proposal that incorporates adaptations made based on experience and learning. It is organized in seven
sections as follows: (1) the situation analysis; (2) theory of change; (3) goal, outcomes and outputs; (4)
program activities; (5); governance and staffing structure; (6) risk management; and (7) budget.

Tanzania: who will change your world in 2012?

Tanzania, who will change your world in 2012?

Uganda: Who will change your world in 2012?

Uganda, who will change your world in 2012?

Kenya: Who will change your world in 2012?

Kenya, who will change your world in 2012?

Twaweza calendar 2012

Will you wait all year for someone else? Or will you take action yourself? Twaweza's new calendar for 2012 encourages citizens in Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania to make change happen. You can download the calendar for Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania.

Twaweza Brochure

Have you seen our brochure? Read it to know our concept, theory of change, how we work and our goals.

Uwezo Tanzania 2011: Our Children are still not learning

Last year, Uwezo carried out the first Annual Learning Assessment Report, which provided a country wide picture of the level of basic numeracy and literacy skills of our children in primary schools. Over 40,000 children in over 20,000 households, across 38 districts in Tanzania were assessed - this was the largest survey of its kind. One year on... Have these results changed? Are our children learning more?
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