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A large majority of Sierra Leoneans believe their present economic and living conditions have worsened over the past year, findings from the latest Afrobarometer survey shows. Read more
Findings from Afrobarometer Round 6 survey in Sierra Leone. Read more
Afrobarometer 2015 results on democracy, immigration, and trade unions Read more
Lived poverty drops across Africa: Ethiopian Broadcast Corporation coverage report. Read more
While adequate food and clean water remain daily challenges for millions of Africans, poverty at the household level – “lived poverty” – has declined in two-thirds of countries surveyed by Afrobarometer, newly released survey findings show. Read more
La corruption au Cameroun
Résultats du 6ème tour d’Afrobaromètre au Cameroun Yaoundé, le 20 janvier 2016. Read more
Les citoyens camerounais les plus corrompus se trouvent dans la police, les impôts, les affaires, les sociétés nationales d’eau et d’électricité, la justice, les communes et le parlement. Les usagers qui payent des pots-de-vin pour obtenir des services... Read more
Presentation of the survey findings, during the 6th Citizens’ Continental Conference in Addis Ababa on Friday, 21 January Read more
Afrobarometer Network and the University of Nairobi’s Institute for Development Studies (IDS), will launch the second Africa release of Afrobarometer data on improving infrastructure for growth and livelihoods in Africa. Read more
Despite progress over the past decade, the development of infrastructure for electricity, water, sewerage, and roads remains an enormous challenge across Africa, especially in rural areas, new Afrobarometer survey data indicate. Read more

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