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Demand for democracy in Africa rises, supply falls short Africans’ support for democracy is robust and rising (7 in 10 Africans prefer democracy to other political regimes) but the supply of democracy has not kept pace with demand. Read more
La corruption au Cameroun Résultats de la cinquième série d’enquêtes au Cameroun (2013). Read more
Les institutions au Cameroun: contribution au développement, performance et crédibilité Résultats de la cinquième série d’enquêtes au Cameroun (2013). Read more
African women lag behind men in activism, fear campaign violence Africans’ support for women’s equality on the continent is widespread and growing, but the day-to-day reality for many women remains characterized by disadvantage and discrimination. And while most African governments get generally good marks for their... Read more
Gender and taxation Findings from the Round 5 (2013) survey in Swaziland. Read more
Les services publics au Cameroun: cas de l’éducation et de la santé Résultats de la cinquième série d’enquêtes au Cameroun (2013). Read more
Basotho dissatisfied with the way democracy is working Only about one-third of Basotho are satisfied with the way democracy is working in their country, the 2014 Afrobarometer survey reveals. Read more
Les libertés au Cameroun Résultats de la cinquième série d’enquêtes au Cameroun (2013). Read more
Africa’s willing taxpayers thwarted by opaque tax systems, corruption A majority of Africans see tax-generated government revenue as an important national development resource, Afrobarometer's unprecedented survey of 29 countries show. t Read more
Gouvernance, corruption, et confiance à l’égard des institutions et redevabilite sociale et attentes des Malgaches envers leurs dirigeants Résultats de la 5ème série des enquêtes Afrobaromètre à Madagascar, 2013. Read more

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