January 2019

Magufuli’s Fifth-Phase Government prioritized efforts to clampdown on corruption, improve public administration and manage public resources for improved social outcomes. 72 per cent of Tanzanians say corruption has decreased somewhat. Similarly, 71 per cent say the government is fighting corruption fairly well. This has been accompanied by improvements in human development outcomes and living conditions. Tanzania has recorded improved ratings according to the Human Development Index since the beginning of the New Year. Improved health outcomes have driven this progress, along with robust gains in education and incomes. Tanzania embarked on its second Five-Year Development Plan, 2016/17 to 2020/21 (FYDP II), which picks up on interventions which fell short under The National Strategy for Growth and Reduction of Poverty (NSGRP II or MKUKUTA II) and FYDP I.

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