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How do Africans’ priorities align with the SDGs and government performance? New results from Afrobarometer By Prof. E. Gyimah-Boadi, executive director and co-founder, Afrobarometer; Founder and former executive director, Ghana Center for Democratic Development (CDD-Ghana). Read more
Moroccans highlight unemployment as their most important problem, support for expanding free education, survey shows (ARABIC) Moroccans highlight unemployment as their most important problem, support for expanding free education, survey shows. Read more
Malgré leur mécontentement massif, les Gabonais désirent la démocratie et rejettent les régimes de type militaire Les enquêtes les plus récentes d'Afrobaromètre révèlent qu'en dépit du mécontentement public massif par rapport aux évolutions lentes, les citoyens gabonais soutiennent fortement la démocratie et rejettent les régimes de type militaire et... Read more
AD269: Au Bénin, la radio et la télé toujours en tête malgré une avancée des nouveaux médias Les sources d’information, au fil des années, ont évolué technologiquement et se sont diversifiées. Read more
Afrobarometer leaders receive Distinguished Africanist awards Two Afrobarometer founders have received Distinguished Africanist awards from the African Studies Association (ASA) recognizing their scholarship, leadership, and service. Read more
AD264: Amidst drought, only half of Batswana are aware of climate change Little-known climate change: Amidst drought, only half of Batswana are aware of climate change. Read more
Professor E. Gyimah-Boadi, co-founder and executive director of Afrobarometer, receives the Distinguished Africanist Award Professor E. Gyimah-Boadi, co-founder and executive director of Afrobarometer, receives the Distinguished Africanist Award. Read more
AD265: Les Burkinabè dans un sentiment de sécurité mais inquiets de la montée de l’extrémisme violent La securité au Burkina Faso: Inquiets de l’extrémisme violent, les citoyens semblent prêts à sacrifier un peu de leurs libertés. Read more
AD173: In name of security, many Ugandans willing to let government monitor private and religious speech Compromises on free speech? Many Ugandans willing to let government monitor private and religious speech in the name of security. Read more
AD263: In fight against corruption, Gambians say citizens can make a difference, report without fear, and get official action In fight against corruption, Gambians say citizens can make a difference, report without fear, and get official action Read more

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