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Is Ghana – Africa’s good-governance darling – losing the fight against corruption? By John P. Frinjuah and Josephine Appiah-Nyamekye. Read more
John Frinjuah
Turning raw data into useful information: Ashesi University sharpens students’ statistical skills By Josephine Appiah-Nyamekye; Afrobarometer's regional communications coordinator for anglophone West Africa. Read more
Josephine Appiah-Nyamekye - Afrobarometer
Afrobarometer Round 7 survey in Ghana Findings from the Afrobarometer Round 7 survey in Ghana. Read more
Creating growth – investing in jobs, health, and education – is the best way to stem migration By Prof. E. Gyimah-Boadi, executive director of Afrobarometer and the Center for Democratic Development (CDD-Ghana). Read more
Les Ivoiriens révèlent un sentiment d’insécurité mêlé d’un défaut de confiance: Afrobaromètre Malgré du progrès, les Ivoiriens révèlent un sentiment d’insécurité mêlé d’un défaut de confiance. Read more
La question de l’emploi, un véritable casse-tête pour les citoyens ivoiriens Selon la plus récente enquête d’Afrobaromètre, l’emploi est le problème le plus important dont le gouvernement devrait s’occuper, mais que celui-ci adresse plutôt mal. De même, une proportion importante d’Ivoiriens n’ont pas d’emploi à plein temps, mais... Read more
Citizens’ perceptions of corruption Findings from Afrobarometer Round 7 survey in Tanzania. Read more
Perceived corruption levels drop in key public institutions, but popular trust yet to follow suit Popular perceptions of corruption in Tanzania’s public institutions have declined significantly, including for four agencies that are key to the fight against corruption: the Tanzania Revenue Authority (TRA), the Prevention and Combating Corruption... Read more
Tanzanians believe war on corruption is making progress, but fear retaliation if they report incidents Most Tanzanians say corruption has decreased over the past year, a sharp reversal of public perceptions just three years ago, according to the most recent Afrobarometer survey. Read more
Ghanaians decry ‘galamsey,’ favour government providing alternative livelihood support A majority of Ghanaians support the government’s efforts to clamp down on illegal small-scale mining, popularly known as “galamsey,” a recent Afrobarometer survey indicates. Read more

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