Results

WP61: Citizens and the State in Africa: New results from Afrobarometer Round 3 This compendium reports on the findings from new questions and topic areas explored in Round 3 of the Afrobarometer, involving public attitude surveys conducted in 18 countries from 2005-2006. Read more
PP18: A window on policy priorities: Evidence from the citizens of 34 African countries The post-2015 sustainable development discourse has emphasized the need for a more inclusive and participatory policy framework projecting the voices of the people in policy-making and implementation processes. Some commentators have argued that while... Read more
WP167: Does personal experience of bribery explain protest participation in Africa? Does personal experience of bribery explain protest participation in Africa? Read more
PP4: Governments falter in fight to curb corruption A majority of people in 34 African countries condemn their governments' anti-corruption efforts, according to Afrobarometer surveys of more than 51,000 people between October 2011 and June 2013. Read more
AD16: Inadequate access, poor government performance make water a top priority in Africa According to the World Health Organization (WHO), more than 748 million people do not have access to improved drinking water, including 325 million in sub-Saharan Africa. About 2.5 billion people live without improved sanitation (WHO, 2014). Read more
PP31: Despite gains, barriers keep health care high on Africa’s priority list Access to health care gained the spotlight on national and international development agendas when the 1978 Alma Ata Declaration outlined a strategy for achieving universal access to primary health care by the year 2000 (World Health Organization, 1978). Read more
AD56: Police corruption in Africa undermines trust, but support for law enforcement remains strong Rated high on corruption but not on trust, do the police still have a mandate? Read more
AD76: Lack of safe water, sanitation spurs growing dissatisfaction with government performance World Water Day (March 22) reminds us, safe and readily available water is a human right and an important contributor to public health, whether it is used for drinking, washing, food production, or recreational purposes. Read more

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