2013-2014 Policy brief on road blocks on main transit track routes
A contrast analysis of the 2012 and 2013-104 findings shows officially enforced read blocks, with an exception of TRA checkpoints are on the rise. Press release 2013-2014 Policy Brief , Full dataset contact Centre for Economic Prosperity
Did they work for us?
An analysis of the performance of Members of Parliament (MPs) has shown that MPs from parties with less seats tend to make the most interventions on average. The assessment considers interventions made by MPs during the first two years of the 2010 – 2015 parliamentary term. Did they work for us? Press release English Press release SwahiliComplete Dataset
Dar es Salaam Primary Schools | Do parents act to improve child learning?
Do parents in Dar es Salaam act to support their child’s learning process? Do students in Dar es Salaam primary schools have access to textbooks? When the support from the government is falling short do parents fill the gap?
2012 Policy brief on road blocks on main transit truck routes
This policy brief has summarized main findings on several stops made by truck drivers along the transit routes in a simplest way for easy uptake by the stakeholders. For Complete 2012 dataset please contact Centre for Economic Prosperity (CEP)
2011 Policy brief on road blocks on main truck transit routes
The time spent on transport and logistics in Tanzania is relatively longer compared to other countries in the region, making Tanzania uncompetitive in the global market.This brief explores what happens during various stops made by trucks along the main transit routes. It raises questions whether all the check stops on transit routes as currently enforced are necessary
Gongolamboto ADB Report
When cost of not doing is higher than cost of doing it…
It is undisputed that congestion is slowing down economic activities in the city without mercy, thus arresting production unnecessarily. How far has the problem been taken seriously to the tune of the city’s importance in the national economy?
While tax payers (citizens’) vehicles queue to pay and get on board of the Kigamboni ferry, public servants’ vehicles are often found to not pay and skip the queue. But who has more privilege over the other?