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  1. AD141: Social services rank tops in Ugandans’ priorities, but not in national budget

    ... and Joseph Makanga Ugandans view social services as the most important problems facing the country and the areas in ... Budget Information Library, 2008-2016). Regarding public health care, for example, Uganda’s allocation totaled 9% of the ...

    Wairimu - 04/24/2017 - 11:59

  2. Global results by round

    ... 2016 Policy Paper 35: Election quality, public trust are central issues for Africa’s upcoming contests   ... opaque tax systems, corruption   Government services and natural resources - Accra, 11 December 2013 PP 5: ...

    admin - 04/01/2017 - 16:53

  3. Synthèse des résultats

    ... 91: Intégration régionale en Afrique: Un soutien public plus ferme pourrait-il transformer les discours en actes?   ... by opaque tax systems, corruption   Les services gouvernementaux et des ressources naturelles - Accra, 11 Decembre 2013 ...

    Anonymous - 03/20/2017 - 14:39

  4. Testimonials

    ... African Affairs "Afrobarometer is Africa's premier public opinion survey organisation. No other group comes close to matching it." ... in poverty alleviation, delivery of health and education services, and provision of clean water and reliable electricity supply. … ...

    Wairimu - 03/09/2017 - 10:57

  5. Here’s how the Ebola outbreak shaped citizens’ opinions of Liberia’s government

    ... of Government at Smith College. She studies identity, public opinion, political behavior, and policy aimed at improving the human ... opinions about their government and government services? Fewer Liberians evaluated Liberian public hospitals and clinics as ...

    Wairimu - 01/13/2017 - 20:18

  6. What will Ghanaians expect from their new president?

    ... pan-African, nonpartisan research network that conducts public-attitude surveys on democracy, governance, economic conditions and ... create jobs (34 percent vs. 43 percent), improve health services (37 percent vs. 41 percent) and fight corruption (34 percent vs. 37 ...

    Wairimu - 01/07/2017 - 12:44

  7. What will Ghanaians expect from their new president?

    ... pan-African, nonpartisan research network that conducts public-attitude surveys on democracy, governance, economic conditions and ... create jobs (34 percent vs. 43 percent), improve health services (37 percent vs. 41 percent) and fight corruption (34 percent vs. 37 ...

    Wairimu - 01/07/2017 - 12:53

  8. PP37: Are Africans willing to pay higher taxes or user fees for better health care?

    ... In many parts of Africa, access to and quality of medical services remain poor (Deaton & Tortora, 2015; KPMG, 2012; Lowell, Conway, ... or user fees in order to increase government spending on public health care. This paper describes citizens’ responses and analyzes ...

    Wairimu - 12/27/2016 - 12:22

  9. PP37: Are Africans willing to pay higher taxes or user fees for better health care?

    ... In many parts of Africa, access to and quality of medical services remain poor (Deaton & Tortora, 2015; KPMG, 2012; Lowell, Conway, ... or user fees in order to increase government spending on public health care. This paper describes citizens’ responses and analyzes ...

    Wairimu - 12/27/2016 - 12:25

  10. The poor are more vulnerable to bribery in Africa. Here’s why.

    ... of Government at Smith College. She studies identity, public opinion, political behavior, and policy aimed at improving the human ... vulnerable because they rely on the government for public services. Peiffer and Rose’s study corroborate results from an earlier ...

    Wairimu - 12/10/2016 - 15:30

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