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AD705: Liberians want fair and competitive elections, but mistrust elections commission
Most citizens say the losing side should cooperate with the government to help it develop the country.
AD704: Kenyans want greater government efforts to close persistent gender gaps
Survey findings show women still trail men in education, asset ownership, and financial autonomy.
AD703: In Seychelles, majority support gender equality, think greater efforts are needed
Most citizens report equal opportunity to get a job and own land.
AD702: Moroccans endorse women’s political participation but not equal access to jobs, land
Women and men differ sharply in views on gender equality.
AD701: Au Bénin, la participation citoyenne a connu un recul
Peu de citoyens estiment que les élus locaux écoutent leurs administrés.
AD700: São Toméans want ‘a lot more’ climate action from government and other stakeholders
Among those familiar with climate change, majority say it is making life worse.
AD699: Les Camerounais disent que le gouvernement doit faire « beaucoup plus » pour protéger l’environnement
Plus de sept citoyens sur 10 déclarent que la pollution est un problème grave dans leur communauté.
AD699: Cameroonians say government must do ‘much more’ to protect the environment
More than seven in 10 citizens see pollution as a serious problem in their community.
AD698: Tanzanians say climate change is making life worse, demand collective action to fight it
Majority of Tanzanians say droughts have become more severe over the past 10 years.
AD697: Les Marocains vivent les effets des changements climatiques, sans en être suffisamment informés
Deux tiers des citoyens disent que les sécheresses sont devenues plus graves dans leur région ces 10 dernières années.
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