In successive Afrobarometer survey rounds, more than seven of 10 Tanzanians have said they feel free to say what they
Political accountability in East African countries: Who should make MPs and councillors do their jobs?
One of the critical challenges facing African countries today is how to make governments work for the people – using
From Passive to Active Industrial Policy: Improving Locally Manufactured Supplies to the Tanzanian Health Sector
Seizing a major opportunity: industrial development with health sector benefits Local manufacturers in Tanzania are
Active participation in local governance is necessary for improving a citizen’s quality of life. Participation is
This paper examines production and market arrangements in the sugar value chain in Tanzania, an industry that involves a
Policy Options and Constraints Tanzania is rapidly losing its pharmaceutical production capability, and therefore its
The Public Accounts Committee is one of the standing committees of the Parliament of Tanzania. Among its major
Democracy can only grow and thrive where citizens perceive their government to be transparent and accountable to them.
Tanzanian Citizens Assess The Performance Of Parliament And Consider Its Responsibility For Legislation And Oversight
The key roles of legislatures are drafting, enacting (passing, amending and repealing) laws and exercising oversight
Opportunities for Improvement This brief discusses the scope for improving agricultural input subsidies with
The survey results indicate that more citizens are aware of their tax obligations when access to tax information is
The last two decades have seen Tanzania implement important reforms of its tax system in search for more reliable