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AD560: Most Kenyans see domestic violence as a private rather than criminal matter
Citizens reject spousal abuse but think women are likely to be criticized or shamed if they report gender-based violence to the authorities.
Amid persistent gender inequalities, Ghanaians give negative ratings on government efforts to close gaps
AD557: Zimbabweans see gender-based violence as most important women’s-rights issue to address
Majority say domestic violence should be treated as a criminal matter, not a private matter to be resolved within the family.
AD556: Zimbabweans approve of COVID-19 response but expect more aid for vulnerable households
Most citizens trust government to ensure safety of vaccines
Nafissatou N’diaye Diouf joins Afrobarometer as director of communications
Kenyans want women to have equal chance of being elected, approve of government efforts to close gender gaps
Basotho cite brutality, lack of professionalism, and corruption among police failings
AD555: Basotho cite brutality, lack of professionalism, and corruption among police failings
Share of citizens who say they don’t trust the police “at all” has climbed by 20 percentage points since 2017
Mauritians value national identity and express high levels of trust and tolerance