What we do in Tanzania
Tanzania has made impressive gains in improving public access to health and education services over the last ten years and has committed to continue to improve services through increased use of e-Government, more Open Data and better sub-national governance programmes.
But public perception of corruption remains high. Service delivery is uneven across the country, and the lack of government transparency around management of public finances, particularly in the energy sector, has caused widespread public concern.
Making All Voices Count is working with a range of actors, including government, civil society, researchers, NGOs and technology actors to support initiatives that use innovation and technology to improve service delivery in Tanzania, and support greater public participation in policy-making on sustainable energy.
“Over 80% of Tanzanians regard corruption as one of the main problems facing their country and Tanzanian businesses identify corruption as the most problematic factor for doing business - DFID, 2013”
Research & Learning
PUBLICATION | February 22, 2017
Shifting the spotlight: understanding crowdsourcing intermediaries in transparency and accountability…
PUBLICATION | January 31, 2017
Exploring the potential for interactive radio to improve accountability and…
PUBLICATION | August 23, 2016
Engaging with local communities to prevent violence
PUBLICATION | June 15, 2016
Why is it so hard for non-state actors to be…