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AD668: Zambians laud government crime-fighting efforts but cite police for lack of professionalism
Majority of citizens say ‘most’ or ‘all’ officers are corrupt.
Majority of Batswana say chieftainship should not be abolished, but a chief who wants to enter politics should renounce his position
AD667: Zambians say vulnerable children lack needed help in the community
Poor citizens most likely to see child abuse and neglect as frequent, resources as inadequate
AD665: Amid increased insecurity, Gambians cite corruption and lack of professionalism among police shortcomings
Government’s job performance ratings on crime reduction plummet.
AD664: Lack of access, connection to the electric grid still plagues most rural residents in Angola
Two-thirds of citizens say government is doing a poor job of providing electricity.
AD664: Em Angola, a maioria dos residentes rurais está privada do acesso à rede eléctrica
Dois terços dos cidadãos dizem que o governo está a prestar um mau serviço no fornecimento de energia elétrica confiável.
AD662: En pleine crise sécuritaire, les Burkinabè font également face à des défis économiques
A côté de bilans sombres, les citoyens gardent de l’espoir.
AD661: Ghanaians support media’s watchdog role but are sceptical of news sources
Fewer than half of citizens trust information from private or state-owned outlets.
AD660: Most Zimbabweans want free media as watchdog over government
But more than half consider the country’s news media less than free.
AD659: Frappés par la pauvreté, les Malgaches ont une perspective pessimiste de la direction de leur pays
Sept citoyens sur 10 estiment que le pays va dans « la mauvaise direction »