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Why vote?

More Ugandans see elections as a mechanism for accountability than a tool for representation

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Overpowered

Despite hydropower surplus, most Ugandans report lack of electricity

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Speaking up for Africa’s youth

Governments aren’t doing enough – but young people could do more, too

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Looking for justice

Most Kenyans seek – and find – justice outside formal court system

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Fear of retaliation

Africans see growing corruption, poor government response, but fear negative consequences if they speak out

 

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Power yes. Politics no.

Citizens say traditional leaders should have greater influence, but not on how people vote

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COVID-19 in Benin

Citizens approve of the government’s response but see aid distribution as inequitable

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