China’s increasing engagement in Africa has sometimes drawn criticism, but how do ordinary Africans see it?
Afrobarometer will launch a new report on World Development Information Day, October 24th, focusing on China's involvement in Africa.
This is the 14th of Afrobarometer’s global releases of new findings from its Round 6 surveys (2014/2015) of almost 54,000 citizens in 36 African countries. The first 13 (available at globalreleases.afrobarometer.org), focused on citizens’ top policy and investment priorities, infrastructure development, lived poverty, tolerance, electricity, water/sanitation, health, the news media, regional integration, political and civic engagement of African youth, trustworthy institutions, election management, and job performance of MPs and local government councillors.
You can follow our global release and the discussions they generate on social media using #VoicesAfrica.