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Corruption, mistrust, and praise?

Assessing governments’ management of the COVID-19 pandemic in West Africa 

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Tax challenges

In Burkina Faso, many question government’s right to make citizens pay

More in Dispatch 437 (Available only in French)

COVID-19 impact?

Ugandans grow more discontent with economic and living conditions 

More in Dispatch 436

A never-ending problem

Ugandans say corruption has increased, rate government fight against corruption poorly. 

More in Dispatch 435

Beyond borders?

Africans prefer self-reliant development but remain skeptical of free trade and open borders

More in Dispatch 433

Who wants COVID-19 vaccination?

In 5 West African countries, hesitancy is high, trust is low. 

More in Dispatch 432

COVID questions

Zambians approve of pandemic response but voice concerns about aid, vaccines. 

More in Dispatch 431


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