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Violent extremism from a ‘grassroots’ perspective: Evidence from North Africa, Lake Chad, Sahel, and the Horn Two new reports from Afrobarometer explore citizens’ perceptions of violent extremism and counter-extremism efforts in “hotspot” regions of Africa. Read more
Africa Day: Could stronger public support move regional integration for Africa from rhetoric to reality? For advocates of regional integration as a path toward economic and political power for Africa, Afrobarometer’s latest survey findings suggest that many citizens still need to be convinced of the benefits of integration. Read more
World Press Freedom Day: Strong public support for ‘watchdog’ role backs African news media under attack Amid growing concerns about government restrictions on media freedom, Africans overwhelmingly support an independent media that holds government accountable, according to new survey findings from Afrobarometer. Read more
World Health Day: Despite gains, barriers keep health care high on Africans’ priority list (Afrobarometer survey) Almost half of Africans go without needed health care, and one in seven have to pay bribes to obtain needed care, according to new findings from Afrobarometer. Read more
World Water Day: Africans expect governments to do a better job of ensuring safe water and sanitation, survey finds Almost half of Africans go without enough clean water for home use, and a majority have to leave their compounds in order to access water, according to new findings from Afrobarometer. Read more
Powerless: Lack of grid access, unreliable electricity supply still plague majority of Africans While more Africans live within reach of an electric grid than a decade ago, only four in 10 enjoy a reliable power supply, according to new survey findings from Afrobarometer. In some countries, that proportion is four in 100. Read more
Reportage Afrobaromètre Ireep, 2016, 01 mars avril sur l'électricité Les coupures d’électricité rotatives peuvent défrayer la chronique; l’absence complète d'infrastructures électriques pas souvent. Tous ces deux phénomènes découlent du déficit en énergie électrique de l'Afrique, un obstacle important au... Read more
Africanos são tolerantes em relação à religião, etnia, nacionalidade e HIV, mas não em relação à homossexualidade Ao contrário das representações comuns, os Africanos expressam elevados graus de tolerância para com pessoas de grupos étnicos diferentes, pessoas de religiões diferentes, imigrantes e pessoas portadoras de HIV/SIDA (PVVS), mostram as mais recentes... Read more
Africans tolerant on religion, ethnicity, nationality, and HIV, but not on homosexuality, Afrobarometer survey finds Contrary to common portrayals, Africans express high degrees of tolerance for people from different ethnic groups, people of different religions, immigrants, and people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA), newly released Afrobarometer survey findings show. Read more
Is Africa paving a road out of poverty? By Robert Mattes; Boniface Dulani; E. Gyimah-Boadi. Read more

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