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PP65: Violent extremism in Africa: Popular assessments from the ‘Eastern Corridor’ Violent extremism in the East Africa Corridor: Popular assessments highlight need for counter-terrorism that doesn’t undermine democratic governance. Read more
AD362: ‘All in this together’: Africans tolerant on ethnic, religious, national, but not sexual differences All in this together’: Africans tolerant on ethnic, religious, national, but not sexual differences. Read more
PP63: Democratic dividend: The road to quality education in Africa Transparency, accountability, and democracy matter in Africans’ assessments of education quality. Read more
AD352: Even before COVID-19, more than half of Africans experienced lack of needed health care A majority (53%) of Africans say they went without needed health care during the past year, including about one in five (18%) who did so “many times” or “always.” Read more
AD349: African governments failing in provision of water and sanitation, majority of citizens say No-Water Day? African governments are failing in provision of water and sanitation, majority of citizens say. Read more
PP62: Lived poverty on the rise: Decade of living-standard gains ends in Africa Lived poverty on the rise: Reversing a decade-long trend of improving living standards, more Africans are going without basic necessities. Read more
PP60: Change ahead: Experience and awareness of climate change in Africa Biggest survey ever on climate change in Africa finds worsening quality of life, deteriorating conditions for agricultural production, limited “climate change literacy” among average citizens. Read more
Global Corruption Barometer – Africa 2019: Citizens’ views and experiences of corruption One in four people in Africa have to pay bribes to access services, Corruption Barometer shows. Read more
PP58: Africans want open elections – especially if they bring change Africans want high-quality elections – especially if they bring change at the top. Read more
WP182: Is there an anti-politics of electricity? Access to the grid and reduced political participation in Africa Power, not politics: Do Africans with access to the electric grid choose cold drinks, cooled air, and TV over political participation? Read more

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