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What do Tanzanians know and think about Twaweza?

Twaweza East Africa commissioned Ipsos Tanzania in 2015 to gather feedback on how much average Tanzanian citizens know about us, the campaigns that we implement, and what do they think of them? This brief reveals it all.

Schools, funds and learning

A review of Ugandans' awareness of Uwezo and the capitation grant.

Making headlines in 2015

A review of Twaweza's media coverage in 2015 in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda.

Learning Note 10: How to find out what motivates people to vote when the outcome is all but certain? Applying the conjoint design to research around elections in Uganda

Outlining an innovative research conducted in Uganda, which used the conjoint methodology,to help evaluate Twaweza’s election-related initiatives, and also to conduct original, cutting-edge research into the often unstated reasons and motivations for how citizens vote.

Learning Note 9: “They wait until the youths become miserable adults”: exploratory study on young people and elections in Uganda

Building on the exciting Twaweza – MIT collaboration in the context of the 2015 Tanzanian elections, which resulted in very rich formative and evaluative insights, we turned the research lens on Uganda, where the national election took place in February 2016.

Learning Note 8: Understanding Citizen Preferences for Political Candidates | An Experiment in Rural Tanzania

Here we present a first in Tanzania: using a conjoint experiment to determine what really drives citizens' voting choices. Conducted with the Governance Lab at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Do interactive polls make for better radio content?

Trac FM uses mobile phone technology to collect listeners’ opinions through poll questions which are incorporated into partner radio station programs.Twaweza commissioned a study to monitor the delivery, coverage and quality of their service.
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