Johns Hopkins first East Africa findings published

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According to Professor McCormick, Director of Kenya’s Institute of Development Studies, civil society in East Africa is ‘under-researched and little understood’. The publication of the Johns Hopkins Comparative Non-Profit Sector Project (CNP) comparative study has therefore been eagerly anticipated. Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania now join South Africa as the representatives of sub-Saharan Africa in the 33-country study.

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