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Health care, clean water, jobs, and trust
Data collected from more than 45,800 respondents across 34 African countries during Afrobarometer Round 7 (2016/2018) highlights some of the vulnerabilities that Africans face as they confront the COVID-19 threat, as well as levels of the important resource of citizens’ trust in officials.
Millions of Africans lack access to clean water. This makes coronavirus a bigger threat.
Today is World Water Day. Here’s what we learned.
60th anniversary of the Sharpeville Massacre: Now is the time for South Africa to introspect
By Gugu Nonjinge is the Afrobarometer communications coordinator for the Southern Africa region, based at the Institute for Justice and Reconciliation in Cape Town, South Africa.
African women have less access to the Internet than African men do. That’s a problem.
On International Women’s Day, let’s consider whether all women are advancing equally.
African nations are among those most vulnerable to climate change. A new survey suggests they are also the least prepared.
By Edem E. Selormey and Carolyn Logan.