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The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) in Tanzania prepared these shapefiles for EAs, villages, districts and regions. The shapefiles are for use in ARCGIS and can be downloaded from below. The shapefiles were prepared for the 2002 census and do not reflect districts created since that time.
This data set presents the household and school findings of the first Annual Learning Assessment undertaken by Uwezo in Tanzania. Uwezo measures basic literacy and numeracy, as well as a set of household and school characteristics. The data have been collected in 2010.
The full report on the first round can be downloaded from the Uwezo website by clicking here.
There are three data sets
the individual weights are in the children/household data set.
Data set compiled and analyzed by Uwazi using on information from Tanzania’s parliament. The data base presents interventions made by all MPs in Tanzania since the 2005 election and closing of Parliament in July 2010. The data base allows to rank all MPs from most to least active. The data set can be downloaded from here
Another data set presents MP activity levels up to session 18, in session 18 and 19 as well as how CCM MPs fared in their primaries. This data set can be downloaded from here.
The Finscope Tanzania survey is a national survey on the demand for, and barriers to financial services. It reflects the views of individuals aged 16 years and above. The Finscope survey has been implemented by the Financial Sector Deepening Trust (FSDT) in Tanzania. The survey has been done in 2006 and 2009. For more information on FSDT and Finscope click here.
For the summary report, click here