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Afrobaromètre lance un appel à offres d'organismes désireux de servir comme partenaire national (NP) au Bénin. Sous la direction d'Afrobaromètre, le NP choisi réalisera une enquête par sondage représentative à l'échelle nationale de la... Read more
L’utilisation des réseaux sociaux et de l’Internet connait une progression deux fois supérieure à celle des médias traditionnels en Côte d’Ivoire, même si la télévision et la radio maintiennent leur position en tête du peloton, selon une nouvelle enquête... Read more
Concerned about corruption, Batswana overwhelmingly say that politicians and senior civil servants should be barred from participating in public tenders, according to the latest Afrobarometer survey. Read more
APRM Governance Newsletter. Read more
Afrobarometer April 2020
April 2020 highlights. Read more
Selon la plus récente enquête Afrobarometer en Côte d’Ivoire, les Ivoiriens attendent encore plus d’efforts de la part du gouvernement, surtout en matière de santé publique et de chômage. Read more
New survey findings from 9 African countries show an interesting reversal of trends in support for media freedom. Read more
Popular support for media freedom in Ghana has increased sharply, bouncing back to the majority view after a drastic decline recorded in 2017, recent Afrobarometer survey data show. Read more
Afrobarometer has announced appointments to key leadership positions that will anchor the network’s ambitious move into its third decade. Read more
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, Africa’s education systems were making slow but steady progress in getting kids into school and keeping them beyond the primary grades, a new analysis of Afrobarometer data shows. Read more

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