Skip to main content
Document image

This bulletin of the Research on Poverty and Alleviation (REPOA) and Afrobarometer reports the findings of the Afrobarometer survey of 2005. The survey concentrates on a variety of issues related to corruption. Overall, the findings suggest that the government of Tanzania may be achieving at least modest success via its current efforts: public perceptions of its efforts are improving, while reported experiences with corruption appear to be on the decline.