Briefs from Afrobarometer

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2014
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By Rose aiko | One of the critical challenges facing African countries today is how to make governments work for the people – using resources at their disposal efficiently, delivering public goods and services to the people, and guaranteeing an equitable distribution…
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Jun
2009
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| The third phase government under President Benjamin Mkapa vigorously sustained economic reforms that were first introduced in Tanzania in the mid-1980s. The resulting macroeconomic achievements of
recent years have been impressive, especially since…
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2009
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| The effects of living in fear of crime are many, multifaceted and undesirable. Fear of crime can impact on how citizens conduct day-to-day activities and can trigger changes in behaviour. People may reduce
their working hours, increase spending…
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Mar
2009
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| This brief examines popular expectations and perceptions on the performance of the Parliament in Tanzania, based upon findings from Round 4 of the Afrobarometer survey conducted in 2008. In particular,
the brief looks at how Tanzanians prioritize…
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