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Disrupted schooling leaves Liberian generation low on job prospects and democratic faith Read more
Majority of Zimbabweans favour protecting private communications, free movement, religious speech against govt interference. Read more
Local government services in South Africa: Councillors and citizens are critical links in overcoming persistent inequities Read more
Zambians praise government performance in promoting opportunities and equality for women. Read more
Burundi’s land commission: How fairly does it resolve land disputes? Read more
Almost half (45%) of Cameroonians say belonging to a secret society helps people reach top positions in the public sector. Read more
How Ebola decreased political participation: Evidence from Sierra Leone. Read more
In Cape Verde, U.S. is most popular model for development, but China’s influence seen as strong and positive. Read more
Round 7 summary of results (2016) for Kenya. Read more
According to some estimates, up to 3-4 million Zimbabweans live outside their country. Read more