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Short on water and health care

Many Tunisians lack adequate access to key services, rate government poorly

More in this dispatch.

Third-term syndrome

In Côte d’Ivoire, Guinea, and Senegal, democracies contend with presidential ambitions

(Available only in French)


More in Dispatch 390.

More freedom – within limits

Gabonese want greater freedom to say what they think, but not to denigrate the president

(Available only in French)


More in Dispatch 391.

Pre-election worries

Few Guineans are satisfied with the way their democracy is working

(Available only in French)


More in Dispatch 392.

Is democracy in Mali dying?

Though eager for change from failing state and economy, Malians still demand democratic governance.

More in Dispatch 386.

Pandemic priorities

Nigerian government doing a poor job on water/sanitation and health care, citizens say

More in  Dispatch No. 389.

‘Di gron still dry’

Sierra Leoneans are increasingly concerned about the economy

More in Dispatch 384.


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